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Default Selection Surface for contour plot by journal file
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I've been doing some iterations on a cluster using a journal file. After getting my solution i decided to look at the contours plot for the total pressure. I can't do that using the GUI interface since i'm giving a journal file so the cluster can read it and execute it . the command line for visualizing the contour plot of the pressure are:

/display/contour/total-pressure 30000 70000 [Pa]

The only problem i have is the selection of the surface where i will plot my contours.

How can i do that ? my surface name is "interior-29" of curse i will take a screenshot using the save-picture command at the end

Thanks in advance.
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