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Old   September 13, 2023, 02:50
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Hi there,


If I have a nastran structural file with information about the mode shapes, how do I pass this information into SU2 to compute the interpolated displacement onto the surface mesh?


I understand that there are some python wrappers available for this purpose (FSI_computation.py etc). But they only apply to FSI with unsteady/ steady flow simulations. I am hoping to get this done with the fluid part solved using harmonic balance.


Can anyone advise me on this matter? Thank you!
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