How to handle the case when the Design Tool of the Adjoint Solver does not show all expected zones for modification?
June 6, 2022 at 8:32 amFAQParticipant
It can occur that the Design Tool does not list all expected zones in the list “Zones To Be Modified”. As an example there is a wall boundary condition “wall-xy” defined in the setup, but “wall-xy” does not appear in the list “Zones To Be Modified”. This indicates that the corresponding post-processing surface has not been created. The current workaround is to define the surface from the zones with the operation
Setting up Domain > Surface > Create > Zone In the “Zone Surface” window then select the zone in the left panel and click on “Create”. Now the zone will also appear in the list of surfaces in this panel and also in the Design Tool.
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