Development of market leading
heat transfer solutions

 

We value our R&D Lab – Center of Excellence, and through research we find the solutions for tomorrow.
We believe that a digital twin are a key enabling technology for optimised coolers and lifetime estimates.
We participate in national and international funded projects in our quest to push the boundaries.
We are an active part in branding Vestas aircoil as a technology based company.
We are active in development of coolers for our customers through best in class analyses.

 

“The Digital Twin will be a game-changer for us, to know more about individual engines and how many identical engines can have different impacts on identical coolers. Just to have that knowledge about what happens is really what we are aiming for."
Claus H. Ibsen - Group R&D Director

The R&D Lab

In our R&D Lab – Center of Excellence we find we find the solutions for tomorrow through research. Basing our product development on solid knowledge is key for us. The quality in our product are there as we is focusing on the details which are important. Therefore we cherish our patents and proudly work with story telling. We are a company based on technology.

Improving our knowledge

We believe that a digital twin on top of conditional monitoring are a key enabling technology for optimised coolers and lifetime estimates. With the digital twin we help our customers and make use of the knowledge we generate in our R&D lab – center of excellence. Our goal is to continuously improve our knowledge on the stresses that the coolers experience in operation and through that knowledge design coolers which perform.

Our inspiration

Inspiration from the outside are valued. Therefore we participate in national and international funded projects in our quest to push the boundaries. For two decades we have been active in funded projects with national and international research institutes and companies.
Always coming out with knowledge that improve our product, help our customers and in the end do good for our environment.

What we are here for

Yes we want to do research and yes we want put on our science coat. But we do not forget that we are here for our customers and we deliver through best in class analyses. This is a cardinal point for us. Continuously improve the analysis we carry out in support of development of the coolers for our customer. Our customers product evolves and develops –such do our coolers.

Stories from the R&D department

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New article
Oct 13, 2022, 4:34 PM

InDEStruct: engineering advanced heat transfer systems

Optimisation of a charge air cooler. Read about our InDEStruct project and the multi-disciplinary design optimisation framework of Atul Singh in the latest issue of Open Access Government. where…
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eBook
Oct 7, 2022, 12:36 PM

Collaborating with Academia

Our fantastic new eBook is out now on Open Access Government. If you are looking for a one-stop insight into our R&D plans and collaboration with high ranking Universities this is the…
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Oct 6, 2022, 3:22 PM

Visit from Joe Alexandersen, SDU.

Today we had a visit from the always inspiring Joe Alexandersen from Syddansk Universitet - University of Southern Denmark. He introduced us to the present status of Multiphysics…
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New article
Sep 9, 2022, 12:49 PM

Closing the gap between science and industry

New article in the very first issue of Aether. The European Union uses a technology readiness ladder to decide where on that platform a project or technology is. It was originally developed…
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New Employee
Sep 6, 2022, 4:30 PM

Welcome to our new R&D Vibration Engineer

A warm welcome to Mr. Bilal Ali Qadri who started in our R&D group this month. This is a key strengthening of our team competences.  He holds a PhD in Vibration-based structural health…
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New article
Aug 8, 2022, 9:20 AM

Developing high-performance heat exchangers for low-emission power systems

New article in issue 14 of the European Dissemination Media Agency. In the quest to lower emissions from engine systems, heat exchangers are a key enabling technology for low-emission power…
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New article
Aug 2, 2022, 3:29 PM

How can we bridge the industrial-academic gap?

New article in Open Access Government issue 35. Vestas aircoil A/S values the potential of being part of the Horizon 2020 project InDEStruct. Besides the project outcome, it has also been a…
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Digital Twin
May 23, 2022, 4:08 PM

Cooler prepared for model update.

We have produced a cooler with quite a few temperature sensors mounted (thermocouples). This is a small but important step in our drive towards digital twins of our coolers. The sensors are…
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Mar 22, 2022, 12:54 PM

Bridging the gap between academia and industry

Vestas aircoil are quite serious about our collaboration with Universities. We believe in taking advantage of the latest research to improve our product to our customers. Lately we have…
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