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Organized in the Holiday Club Saimaa, Rauha (FINLAND), between 13th and 16th of August. The seminar will feature oral and poster presentations, lectures from high-speed specialist and learning events for Doctoral students. Organizer is Hipo EU MSCA DN and HiECSs.  

Accommodation and nourishment is covered by participants (registration fee app 150 €). Registration is open for all (doctoral students, researchers, academics, industry experts, etc.) Register here https://link.webropolsurveys.com/S/637F958C86210888

Agenda: High-speed machines 

13.8.2024  Start at 14:00

Introduction

Why High-speed machines?  J. Saari

General view to HS machine types

Rotor dynamics, K. Tammi

Keynote: Automotive Company

Evening activities (frisbee golf + sauna)

14.8.2024

Theme:Concept Design of a High-Speed Machine:

Electromagnetics  

Thermals 

Mechanics

Drives selection  

Lunch

Detailed design

Deep-dive: Detailed electromagnetic design 

Special focus: AC losses in windings and PMs

Laptop exercises (Matlab)

15.8.2024

Theme:Machine types and examples of their performance

IM Motors

PM Motors for Aviation Applications 

Synchronous reluctance Motors

Group work 

Lunch

Case study: Retaining sleeves for surface-PM machines, Industry speech 

Additive manufacturing

Manufacturing effects in laminated steel cores 

Assignment 

Evening activities (rowing boat, Stand Up Paddle, or swimming)

16.8.2024

Theme:Industrial aspects, next trends, future

INVITED INDUSTRY SPEECHES:

Keynote: Trends, academic challenges

Permanent Magnets in High-Speed Applications, S. Ruoho (Nordmag)

Industry speeches on magnetic bearings, from Compressor and automotive companies

12:30 End, wrap up

This research was funded by Horizon Europe MSCA DN grant no. 101072580. Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or [name of the granting authority]. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them. 

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