I am working on fictional stars, and I want to have as many points about them as I can, and most things I found relatively easy, except for rotational speed.
I am not sure exactly how to find at what speed a star should be rotating in relation to its mass and spectral class. I found a small list of a few ones on wikipedia, but it doesn't help that much as it doesn't include the exact class I am looking for at the moment.
So, how is it that one can estimate what rotational velocity a star should have given the parameters. The parametres I know include Mass, Stellar Class, Radius, Density, Volume, Luminosity, Expected Maximum Age, Current Age (technically it changes as my world takes place over a long period, but the difference is in like, thousands of years, not billions) and Temperature.
I am aware massive outliers can exist, like Achernar, but I just need help finding like, the average, expected range so that I can use believable values.
Your help is much appreciated. Equations and citations would be beneficial, which is why I used the Hard Science tag.
As requested by Neil Iyer, here is a random one of my stars so you can try answering that. I still do request a generalized answer, though.
Temperature: 7158 K
Age: 3.6 Gyr
Mass, Radius, Density, and Luminosity are based on the Sun.
One more specification, I am looking for equatorial velocity.