After identifying the best blade configurations through the ANSYS simulations, the next significant step was to bring these virtual models to life. We leveraged the power of 3D printing technology to produce tangible models of our turbine designs for real-world testing.
3D printing allowed us to quickly and accurately manufacture our unique blade designs, creating exact physical copies of our most promising simulated models. This step was crucial, as it enabled us to move from theory to practice, transitioning from digital testing environments to actual performance tests.
With our 3D-printed models in hand, we were prepared to put our innovative wind turbines to the test, evaluating their performance under realistic conditions and gaining valuable insights to refine our design further. This hands-on testing phase is a critical component of our development process, enabling us to iterate and improve our design based on real-world data.