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Serving the world's high-tech industries

Is it in your DNA to push the envelope? Then our AI driven design services will really demonstrate its value. Our typical clients are situated in high-tech industries, working on state-of-the-art technology and pushing the boundaries of engineering. Contact us to know how we can achieve 20%-30% extra cooling efficiency for your thermal design.

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  • July 19th, 2018

Press Release - Electric Hybrid Vehicle Technology Magazine - Thermal Management


"Temperature affects all cars, but it has an even bigger impact on electric vehicles. Cold impedes range, and batteries, motors and power electronics all require cooling, consuming much-needed energy. But new developments in thermal management are helping extend the range and lifetime of EVs" Richard N Williams

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  • Diabatix
  • July 17th, 2018

Engine Cooling


Engines are a preponderant heat source in both mobile applications and manufacturing machines. In this lecture, Joris delves into the cooling of engines. The first engine he studies is the combustion engine of a bomber plane manufactured just before WW II. The second engine is an electric motor, which was used in a manufacturing line. Surprisingly, engines are still cooled the same way today. How do current designs look like? Find it out on our website

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  • July 10th, 2018

Shared article - Quantum Car Battery


Quickly, new developments are rising up in the car industry. As an illustration machine learning is one of them. It makes it possible to develop improved materials faster than before. Our company works with AI to make sure our designs outperform in real-world circumstances. We evaluate different material options, comparing cooling capacity, energy efficiency, weight, and cost.

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