"Blade Pitch" is the world's first scientific exhibit with live simulation. Conceived in Nuremberg, built at the Aberdeen Science Centre, presented in the video.
From Nuremberg to Aberdeen Science Centre: Experience physics interactively
„Blade Pitch" is the world's first science exhibit with live simulation. Exclusively at Aberdeen Science Centre: Digital engineering technology for young explorers. Experience the installation in the video and feel the fascination of live simulation with Ansys Discovery now.
Matthias Rudloff, Project leader at Hüttinger: “When I first saw live simulation, I thought 'OK, an animation.' But that falls short. Because what you see literally happens live and shows the real physical processes. Such a wow effect is a great addition to our range of interactive exhibits.”
What happens when you change the angle of the blade of a wind turbine? Or the wind strength? Or the blade is realigned because the wind increases? “Blade Pitch” is a clever exhibit from Hüttinger, a specialist in interactive exhibition concepts, which young visitors to the Energy Area of the Aberdeen Science Centre (ASC) can use to play out exactly such scenarios. The highlight: The experiments are visualized simultaneously on the screen via live simulation, which greatly helps in understanding how everything is connected in terms of physics.
Experience in the video "Blade Pitch", a joint project of Hüttinger, Aberdeen Science Centre, Ansys and CADFEM.