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Default Analysis of angle of attack vs lift generated
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I am interested in finding the relation between independent and dependent variables in CFD. For example:
I want to study the change in lift generated by a wing vs the angle of attack so that i can choose the optimum angle.

My query is: Is there an option in Fluent where I can have the angle of attack as a variable, give it a start value, end value and an increment, and Fluent would automatically carry out the analysis for all the values in the range?
Will i have to change the setup manually after each simulation till i have the results for all the cases i am interested in?

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