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Old   August 1, 2021, 22:27
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Hi all,

I use a new objective function in the discrete adjoint solver. But the derivative of this new objective function is about 1e-11 and much smaller than of other existed objective functions.

Should I do anything to make this new objective function available to the discrete solver?

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I got it!

In CFVMFlowSolverBase<V,R>::EvaluateCommonObjFunc(con st CConfi
g& config) const, the new obj func should be added. Otherwise, the obj func in the discrete solver will be zero, and the derivative is not correct.
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