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Old   September 9, 2022, 08:06
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Hello,

I am new on SU2, I try to simulate a field around an axisymmetric body. I have a mesh 3D with following zone "Farfield", "Body", "Outlet", "Symmetric plane". I setting my file .cfg and solve the field, when I postprocessing the data, the domain I see is unique, all zone is under "Zone 0" and I can't activate or deactivate the single zone.
Is there an option to allow me to setting zone separate in file .cfg so I can see a single zone in postprocessing process?
The mesh is an unstructured mesh build in ICEM CFD and the postprocessing program is Tecplot; there isn't a different law for the mesh, every zone and part have the same mesh.

Thanks for your attention!
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I do not use tecplot, so I do not know what the limitations are here. However, if you save the results as PARAVIEW_MULTIBLOCK, then you get the separated zones in paraview.
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Thanks for your answer. I try it!
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