Systematic Continuous Adjoint Approach to Viscous Aerodynamic Design on Unstructured Grids

@article{Castro2007SystematicCA,
  title={Systematic Continuous Adjoint Approach to Viscous Aerodynamic Design on Unstructured Grids},
  author={Carlos Castro and Carlos Lozano and Francisco Palacios and E. Zuazua},
  journal={AIAA Journal},
  year={2007},
  volume={45},
  pages={2125-2139}
}
DOI: 10.2514/1.24859 A continuous adjoint approach to aerodynamic design for viscous compressible flow on unstructured grids is developed. Sensitivity gradients arecomputed using tools ofshapedeformation of boundaryintegrals. Theresulting expressions involve second-order derivatives of the flow variables that require numerical solvers with greater than second-order accuracy. A systematic way of reducing the order of these terms is presented. The accuracy of the sensitivity derivatives is… 

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