Dear PyFR team,

I am trying to use cublas in PyFR and I am using the Euler vortex case for testing. However, I am confused because when I print the matrix that is input to cublas, I found that it is three-dimensional (64, 4, 400). I am using the print function `print(A.get())`

to print the matrix. Shouldn’t the input matrix to cublas be two-dimensional? And I also noticed that `A.ncol`

is 1664. How is this number calculated? I am having a hard time understanding this.

I would greatly appreciate it if you could provide some clarification on this issue.

Best regards,