Rethinking heat exchanger design through algorithmic engineering


By Lin Kayser, Co-founder and CEO, Hyperganic

Hyperganic has partnered with TRUMPF, the German industrial machine manufacturing giant, to radically accelerate the innovation of heat exchangers and their design process.

Hyperganic is a deep tech company that reshapes the way we create physical objects and machines. Engineers encode the laborious, human-driven engineering processes into computer algorithms using the Hyperganic software platform. As a result, this Algorithmic Engineering process scales with the amount of computational power deployed and not with the amount of working time spent on a design. The created objects are more complex, more functional and more customized to their use cases and often approach the complexity of natural objects. They are ideally suited for mass-production using industrial 3D printing (Additive Manufacturing, AM).

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