Posted on 28 Oct 2021 by The Engineer
PTC explains how its cloud-based CAD software is helping Oxford University spin-out Qdot Technology fast-track its journey to commercialisation.
The team at Qdot Technology like to think of themselves as “serial problem-solvers”. In keeping with that ethos, the high-performance cooling technologies developed by this Oxford University spin-out company have a wide range of potential applications.
For a start, they can be used to remove the intense heat that builds up in a tokamak, an experimental form of power plant designed to harness the energy of fusion. In fact, the Qdot team is already working with Tokamak Energy, a company currently building a fusion power plant at the Milton Park scientific hub near Oxford.