Stanford University Unstructured (SU2)  Version 2.0 (2013) Software suite for the simulation and design of aerospace systems, using unstructured grid technology
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Headers of the main subroutines for storing the primal grid structure. The subroutines and functions are in the primal_grid_structure.cpp file. More...

#include <iostream>
#include <vector>
#include "dual_grid_structure.hpp"
#include "config_structure.hpp"
#include "primal_grid_structure.inl"

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## Classes

class  CPrimalGrid
Class for primal grid element definition. The primal grid is directly read from the .su2 file, and can be 2 o 3 dimensional. More...
class  CVertexMPI
Class for vertex element definition. This kind of element is used in the parallelization stuff. More...
class  CLine
Class for line element definition. More...
class  CTriangle
Class for triangle element definition. More...
class  CRectangle
Class for rectangle element definition. More...
class  CTetrahedron
Class for tetrahedron element definition. More...
class  CHexahedron
Class for hexahedron element definition. More...
class  CWedge
Class for wedge element definition. More...
class  CPyramid
Class for pyramid element definition. More...

## Detailed Description

Headers of the main subroutines for storing the primal grid structure. The subroutines and functions are in the primal_grid_structure.cpp file.

Version:
2.0.

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