Seminar to focus on the current state and use of magnetic materials in hybrid and electric vehicles

July 4, 2012

A one day seminar on the current state and use of magnetic materials in hybrid and electric vehicles will take place on 11th July 2012 in Birmingham, UK.

Organised jointly by the UK Magnetics Society and the IET, the event will take place at the TRW Conekt Technical Centre in Solihull.

The efficient use of magnetic materials will be at the forefront of the development of the next generation of electric and hybrid vehicles, state the organisers. The conflicting pressures of high performance and cost sensitivity require a detailed understanding of material characteristics and their influence on overall system design.

Existing EV and HEV systems will be considered and future performance increase opportunities discussed.

A number of Hybrid Vehicles and / or Electric Vehicles will be on display for the delegates during the day.

 

Programme:

UKMS afternoon session:

  • Jeremy Greenwood, Jaguar Land Rover Ltd / Paul Sykes, Nidec SR Drives Ltd – Leopard; An EV for Arduous Usage and the Move to Switched Reluctance Motor Technology
  • James Goss, Bristol University – Modelling the Performance Envelope of a Permanent Magnet Traction Motor
  • Eddie Wearing / Andrew Whitehead Protean Electric Ltd – Integrating In-wheel Motors and Electromagnetic Design
  • Jawad Al-Tayie, Cummins Generator Technologies – Delivering Green Commercial Vehicle Solutions
  • Tim Woolmer YASA Motors
  • John Reeve, Ricardo UK Ltd

IET evening session:

  • Adrian Vinsome, Cenex
  • Paul Robson, Zytek Automotive Ltd – EV and Hybrid Power – Pushing Performance Boundaries from the  Race Track to the  Motorway
  • Roger Critchley, ALSTOM GRID

For more information contact: [email protected]  

www.ukmagsoc.org  

 

Posted by: Paul Whittaker, Editor ipmd.net, [email protected]   

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