(Pic) The Mercedes-Benz Museum’s Artificial Tornado

(Pic) The Mercedes-Benz Museum’s Artificial Tornado
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The Mercedes-Benz Museum has a unique ventilation system which has been used to create an artificial tornado that's more than a hundred feet tall.

Dan Gould
  • 2 march 2010

The Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Germany has a unique ventilation system which has been used to create an artificial tornado that’s more than a hundred feet tall.

144 jets and 28 tons of air come together to make a jet stream which draws smoke out of the building, and up to an exhaust vent on the roof.

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