we have this weird experiment given to us and its about how if u get a water flowing down a tube and make it slide down and hit a surface and make it flow hard/fast enuff the water makes a shape of a circle with some radius. we're supposed to do an experiemnt focusing on wat variables affect the size of the circle created by the gush of water. i've thought of rate of flow, volume of water, force of water ,presusre, density, .... got any few pointers on how i can approach this experemnt? what field is this related to.. fluid dynamics? wuld appreciate some direction for this experemnt

cuz force of water... looked up stuff on volumetric flow and flux and stuff... how could something concrete, mathematical i can use? thanks a lot