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Old   August 10, 2021, 05:42
Default Saving restart files at different frequency from surface files
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Dear all,

I am trying to obtain time-resolved surface data for an airfoil. I would like to be able to save one restart file at the end of the simulation, while saving a surface file at each time step of the simulation.

This would allow me to restart the simulation if necessary from where it left off.

Is this possible in SU2 ?

Thanks in advance.
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Hello,
That is not possible.
You can make the volume file lighter by including only "SOLUTION" in the "VOLUME_OUTPUT".
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