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Hey guys

I've got a few issues with my case. It is a simple flow through a nozzle(kind of) filling a vessel(simple box). Files attached.

My nozzle has its top closed and i'm using a momentum source(yellow part of the image file pre.png) to achieve a flow rate through it. Is this the correct approach for this case? I'll also have the nozzle moving upwards(GMO) in the next simulations.
I have a fine multiblock(2 blocks) mesh (arnd 2 million) hoping to capture the solids. But i get very weird looking solid domain(mesh3d , 2d-view image files).
I've been looking hard to locate the problem but in vain.
Any help will be appreciated.

Thanks
Akshay
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