Hi @agiardina, no not explicitly. If this was your desire you could run a series of simulations at different rotating velocities and a fixed wind speed to determine where your zero moments would approximately be.
I must say tho I fail to see why you want to do this, usually adjusting the blade pitch to try and keep power constant. Varying power would require a geared generator allowing more power to be taken at high wind speeds, i.e. higher rotating velocities. This is obviously better but would make your design and simulations that much more complex. So to get the information you want, you need to run a lot of simulations to understand how your design performs under different wind speeds and pitch angles.
This is just information I have learnt whilst doing my own research, I do encourage you to read the resources.
@jousefm actually I can’t seem to find my post. When I clicked your link above it said I didn’t have access to it.