
Re: Graph of Lift force relation to angle of attack (AOA) and Speed
Jared Conway Jul 29, 2013 2:28 AM (in response to Greg Polymerou)2013, parameter study will get you close.
Otherwise, run the studies, batch output the results. Put them in a spreadsheet and plot in excel.

Re: Graph of Lift force relation to angle of attack (AOA) and Speed
Greg Polymerou Jul 29, 2013 5:52 AM (in response to Jared Conway)Is there any helpful link where I can read about how to do the parameter study? Otherwise I have to go with with the excel spreadsheet but it won't be what I need, as I'm looking for an optimum result between two Goals and not just to produce a graph.

Re: Graph of Lift force relation to angle of attack (AOA) and Speed
Jared Conway Jul 29, 2013 4:06 PM (in response to Greg Polymerou)if you're using 2013, there are some discussions about it in the help which i find useful.
we also posted this on our blog recently: http://www.hawkridgesys.com/blog/flowsimulation2013parametricstudies/
can you elaborate on this new requirement: "as I'm looking for an optimum result between two Goals and not just to produce a graph."
the software does have an option for a parametric optimization based on a goal. but if you're going that direction, why would you need the curves?

