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Dear SU2er,

I want to run a aircraft inlet model at a high back pressure, but with high pressure, the shock wave will be pushed out of the lip very quickly causing divergence.To prevent it, I have used local initialization with two zone mesh in Fluent.I wonder if there is a similar method in SU2 to prevent divergence. I think multi-zone or multi-mesh can solve this problem, but I haven't figured out how to do it yet.

If there are similar tutorials in SU2? I would appreciate it much, thanks in advance.
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