Designing Greener Magnetic Applications, a two day seminar organised by the UK Magnetics Society, will take place in Grenoble, France, September 21 – 22, 2016. The seminar will bring together speakers from leading industry and academic groups to explore the latest developments, applications and trends in the design and development of magnetic devices that help reduce the carbon footprint of their modern day equivalents.
The emphasis will be on electrical machines and generators, as well as their associated technologies such as materials and computer systems. Although the applications will be varied, the common theme is how designers are making them greener. A small exhibition will take place during the networking breaks in the programme.
Following the talks there will be a tour of the CEA Tech laboratory which makes moulded magnets providing appropriate forms for different applications while reducing the use of RE without sacrificing performance.
- Permanent Magnets Manufacturing at CEA-LITEN: Powder Metallurgy Route and Process Modelling
- Speaker to be confirmed, CEA
- Analytic and Numerical Vibroacoustic Modelling of High Speed Permanent Magnet Motors
- Guillaume Verez, MMT
- Energy Efficient Design in Electrical Engineering
- Vincent Mazauric, Schneider Electric
- Noise of Electrical Machines: Diagnosis and Reduction Based on the Use of Multi-Physical Modelling
- Jean-Baptiste Dupont of VIBRATEC
- Reduction of losses in power transformers
- Speaker to be confirmed, Altair / CEDRAT
- Modelling ITER’s TF coil system
- Gabriele D’Amico, ITER
As well as talks from:
- Nottingham University
- Cobham Technical Services
- Arnold Magnetic Technologies
- Linear Motion Technologies