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Why am I getting an ever increasing value of Cp with the increase of TSR?

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Old   January 23, 2022, 23:38
Default Why am I getting an ever increasing value of Cp with the increase of TSR?
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I am trying to get the bell-shaped Cp vs TSR graph in my 2D simulation of the H-Darrieus vertical axis wind turbine (using a sliding mesh model). However, I am always getting an ever increase of Cp value with the increase of TSR value i.e. the more I increase the value of the angular velocity of the sliding mesh, the higher the moment coefficient gets. What am I doing wrong and how can I get the bell-shaped curve?

#I am trying to replicate the task of the paper I have attached #I have attached my ANSYS file
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