This question can now be answered in a very understandable and vivid way. Dobrila Grujikj has created a computer animation on the TMS battery as part of her three-month IAESTE internship at IPM.
This question can now be answered very understandably and vividly. Dobrila Grujikj, student from the "Ss. Cyril and Methodius University" in Skopje (North Macedonia), has created a computer animation on the TMS battery as part of her three-month IAESTE internship at IPM.
Dobrila Grujikj studies at the "Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering" and has already gained some practical experience in the creation of computer animations during her studies, on which she could now build.
Under the guidance of Thomas Schäfer, she first dealt with the functioning of the TMS battery and considered which simplifications were necessary to make the functioning easy to understand in an animation. She also received important support from Steffen Härtelt, a technician at the THERESA test facility.
She then created an appropriate storyboard and carried out the modeling of the main components of the TMS battery system, including the TMS combi machine. Afterwards, all settings for the animation of the scenes, the lighting and the camera setup were done before rendering the animation. Finally, explanations were added to the animation and it was finalized. The result is impressive! You can find the created animation on the TMS project website.
On 21.12. the colleagues of IPM said goodbye to Dobrila Grujikj and honored your work.