Our American office was approached by Microsoft to help solve a key challenge in their quest to develop a more efficient datacenter cooling system, using two-phase immersion cooling that would help the company towards the realisation of their emissions reduction goals.
They tasked us with designing a passive method of removing air from the system that may be introduced during a maintenance procedure, as the air would have a detrimental effect on the overall cooling performance.
By designing and constructing our own test rig, on which we could conduct a range of in-depth trials and analyses, and developing cutting edge CFD models for rapid design evaluation, we were able to deliver a passive air purging process as requested and deliver a modelling system that can be used for future system developments.
JTG Daugherty Racing were keen to enhance their performance in the NASCAR Cup Series, and tasked us with developing aerodynamic improvements that would help achieve on-track success.
The Supercars Championship is known for its thrilling racing, derived from a simple ethos: on each race day the best driver & team combination can win.
D2H Advanced Technologies was tasked with designing a new battery box for an American EV manufacturer developing their latest electric vehicle, with strict targets for both weight and rigidity.
We were asked to design a bespoke Power Calibration System for Team Ineos, one of professional cycling’s most successful and well-known teams. Our previous work with elite cycling clients enabled us to quickly understand the brief and develop a practical, cost-efficient solution.
When motorsport governing body, the FIA, sought to update the safety standard of seats used in closed-cockpit cars, they turned to us to help improve the construction of the most popular seat in the world of motor sport.
The Toyota Gazoo Racing UK team run by Speedworks in the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) engaged us to develop the BTCC Corolla’s aerodynamic performance in a compressed timescale, which we achieved with our class-leading computational fluid dynamics (CFD).