December 28, 2020 at 11:00 pm

Karthik R

Administrator

Hello,nYes, you should be able to obtain the curve of Thrust as a function of different speeds of rotation. You will need to run separate simulations for each speed of rotation you are interested in, obtain the final steady-state value of thrust, and finally create your plot.nRegarding the speeds used in the video - I can only make a guess. It might be to simplify the flow analysis. As the fluid velocity increase, the unsteadiness in this problem will also increase. You might have to babysit the convergence for such cases, especially if you are running a steady-state analysis. nAlso, don't worry about the English, and no question is stupid.nThank you.nKarthikn