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.