Nick Simpson, University of Bristol

14 July 2022 09:30 - 10:00

The electrification of transport, in pursuit of Carbon Net Zero, is driving demand for a step change in the power-density of electrical machines.

A viable route is to exploit the geometric freedom of metal additive manufacturing to realise next-generation electrical windings enabling targeted electromagnetic loss mitigation, integrated thermal management, and high-temperature insulation coatings.

This talk will present some of the latest advances in the field of Additive Manufacturing in Electrical Machines and discuss some of the ongoing challenges.

Dr. Nick Simpson, Senior Lecturer in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Bristol