Event Programme

10 May - 12 May

Day 1

CWIEME Central Stage

10 May

10:00 - 10:10

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 10:00 05/10/2022 10:10 CWIEME Welcoming Speech CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

CWIEME Welcoming Speech

10 May

10:10 - 10:10

MARKET OVERVIEW & INDUSTRY TRENDS

10 May

10:10 - 10:30

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 10:10 05/10/2022 10:30 Global & Regional Growth Opportunities and Challenges
  • Geo-Political Risks & Overseas Competition
  • Adapting Business Models in a Post Covid19 world
  • Supply chain challenges
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Global & Regional Growth Opportunities and Challenges

  • Geo-Political Risks & Overseas Competition
  • Adapting Business Models in a Post Covid19 world
  • Supply chain challenges

Speakers

Javiera McGuiggan
Assistant Vice President. Global Business Leader , Cargill

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10 May

10:40 - 11:00

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 10:40 05/10/2022 11:00 Electrical Steel (GO & NGO) Market: Drivers, Challenges, and Opportunities

This presentation will focus on the e- mobility sector using non- grain oriented electrical steel. Nevertheless, will still cover the market volumes for GO

  • Production & Demand for GO and NGO by region
  • Global Trade flows for GO and NGO
  • Market drivers of demand and supply
  • Trend towards thinner electrical steel
  • Focus of E-mobility on electrical steel demand
  • Demand and capacity outlook for EV grade NGO
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Electrical Steel (GO & NGO) Market: Drivers, Challenges, and Opportunities

This presentation will focus on the e- mobility sector using non- grain oriented electrical steel. Nevertheless, will still cover the market volumes for GO

  • Production & Demand for GO and NGO by region
  • Global Trade flows for GO and NGO
  • Market drivers of demand and supply
  • Trend towards thinner electrical steel
  • Focus of E-mobility on electrical steel demand
  • Demand and capacity outlook for EV grade NGO

Speakers

Wolfgang Lipp
Vice President , SMR- Steel & Metals Market Research

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10 May

11:10 - 11:30

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 11:10 05/10/2022 11:30 Transformers Market Trends & Innovations

This session will cover the latest trends in the transformers segment

  • Overview of Transformer market in EMEA region
    • Network expansion plans by major utilities in the region
    • Transformer market sizing and growth
  • Key growth drivers
    • Renewable energy plans under European green deal
    • Electric vehicle charging infrastructure
    • Infrastructure developments in Middle East
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Transformers Market Trends & Innovations

This session will cover the latest trends in the transformers segment

  • Overview of Transformer market in EMEA region
    • Network expansion plans by major utilities in the region
    • Transformer market sizing and growth
  • Key growth drivers
    • Renewable energy plans under European green deal
    • Electric vehicle charging infrastructure
    • Infrastructure developments in Middle East

Speakers

Hassan Zaheer
Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) , Power Technology Research (PTR)

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10 May

11:30 - 11:45

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 11:30 05/10/2022 11:45 Market Trends & Innovations: Debate Session & Q&A

This debate and Q&A will follow on from Saqib’s presentation and provide an opportunity to delve deeper into the topics discussed, with interactive engagement from the audience.

CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Market Trends & Innovations: Debate Session & Q&A

This debate and Q&A will follow on from Saqib’s presentation and provide an opportunity to delve deeper into the topics discussed, with interactive engagement from the audience.

Moderators

Hassan Zaheer
Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) , Power Technology Research (PTR)

Speakers

Javiera McGuiggan
Assistant Vice President. Global Business Leader , Cargill
Wolfgang Lipp
Vice President , SMR- Steel & Metals Market Research

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10 May

12:00 - 12:00

TRANSFORMERS MARKET

10 May

12:00 - 12:20

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 12:00 05/10/2022 12:20 Sustainability in the Transformers Sector: Challenges, Opportunities and Optimisation
  • Directions that can ensure higher sustainability, such as lower losses, use of recyclable and renewable materials (biodegradable fluids), retrofittable features, selection of optimal transformer lifetime, application of modular concepts, solutions enabling improved maintainability and operation
  • Different views about what should be covered by this subject, what metrics should be used, what limits set, as well as what the focus of our efforts should be in order to get the best results in a shorter time frame?
  • The presentation will focus on sustainability based on results of research, which also includes results for other areas, such as new technologies, innovation, transformer components, transformer oil, transformer service, digitalisation, outlook of market and technology, and business on the transformer market
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Sustainability in the Transformers Sector: Challenges, Opportunities and Optimisation

  • Directions that can ensure higher sustainability, such as lower losses, use of recyclable and renewable materials (biodegradable fluids), retrofittable features, selection of optimal transformer lifetime, application of modular concepts, solutions enabling improved maintainability and operation
  • Different views about what should be covered by this subject, what metrics should be used, what limits set, as well as what the focus of our efforts should be in order to get the best results in a shorter time frame?
  • The presentation will focus on sustainability based on results of research, which also includes results for other areas, such as new technologies, innovation, transformer components, transformer oil, transformer service, digitalisation, outlook of market and technology, and business on the transformer market

Speakers

Mladen Banovic
Editor-in-Chief , Transformers Magazine

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10 May

13:40 - 14:10

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 13:40 05/10/2022 14:10 Eco Design Transformers: aims for two major objectives on the Transformer products
  • Reduce electrical losses (1 step in 2015/ 2nd step in 2021) 
  • Clarify and make more visible indication of performance 
  • Harmonisation of maximum loss levels in the European Union
  • Efficiency request on medium power transformers for the 1st time

 

In Partnership with Opti-Consult and DuPont

CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Eco Design Transformers: aims for two major objectives on the Transformer products

  • Reduce electrical losses (1 step in 2015/ 2nd step in 2021) 
  • Clarify and make more visible indication of performance 
  • Harmonisation of maximum loss levels in the European Union
  • Efficiency request on medium power transformers for the 1st time

 

In Partnership with Opti-Consult and DuPont

Speakers

Hakan Aktay
Business Development Manager , Opti- Consult
Jean-Claude Duart
Technical Manager , DuPont

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10 May

14:20 - 14:40

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 14:20 05/10/2022 14:40 Technical Panel

Contribution To EU Green Deal Objectives: Maximising Distribution Transformer Resource-Efficiency

 
  • Through the Green Deal and the Circular Economy Action Plan the EU is strongly committed to improving both energy efficiency and material efficiency.
  • Avoiding electrical application trade-off between both goals, delivering the benefits without the need for compromise
  • Stringent requirements in terms of loss reduction, compactness and absence of toxic substances have stimulated various technological innovations
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Technical Panel

Contribution To EU Green Deal Objectives: Maximising Distribution Transformer Resource-Efficiency

 
  • Through the Green Deal and the Circular Economy Action Plan the EU is strongly committed to improving both energy efficiency and material efficiency.
  • Avoiding electrical application trade-off between both goals, delivering the benefits without the need for compromise
  • Stringent requirements in terms of loss reduction, compactness and absence of toxic substances have stimulated various technological innovations

Speakers

Alberto Cracco
Managing Director , Westrafo
Fernando Nuño
Clean Energy Transition Portfolio Manager , International Copper Association
Roberto Fernández
Regional Technical Leader , Cargill BioIndustrial- Power Generation

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10 May

14:50 - 15:20

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 14:50 05/10/2022 15:20 Innovation of Transformer Oils: Gas to Liquid Technology
  • Overview of the development journey of transformer oil based on GTL technology.   
  • GTL based transformer oil Diala S4 rewarded by OEMs for its high quality and easy of handling, it has also shown exceptional resistance to degradation
  • GTL technology is virtually sulphur free so therefore minimises the risk of oil related corrosive sulphur development causing silver and/or copper corrosion
  • Shell has recently developed Diala S5 transformer oil, based on GTL technology, offering readily biodegradability and superb cold flow properties

 

In Partnership with Shell

CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Innovation of Transformer Oils: Gas to Liquid Technology

  • Overview of the development journey of transformer oil based on GTL technology.   
  • GTL based transformer oil Diala S4 rewarded by OEMs for its high quality and easy of handling, it has also shown exceptional resistance to degradation
  • GTL technology is virtually sulphur free so therefore minimises the risk of oil related corrosive sulphur development causing silver and/or copper corrosion
  • Shell has recently developed Diala S5 transformer oil, based on GTL technology, offering readily biodegradability and superb cold flow properties

 

In Partnership with Shell

Speakers

Ed Van Schaik
Product Application Specialist Power , Shell

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10 May

15:30 - 16:00

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 15:30 05/10/2022 16:00 CO2 reduced electrical steel by thyssenkrupp Steel Europe for the decarbonisation of the electricity process chain: bluemint® powercore®

ThyssenKrupp Steel Europe offers with bluemint® powercore first CO2 reduced electrical steel products. The manufacture of these products and the positive impact on the Scope 3 emissions of transformers, generators and motors will be described.

  • thyssenkrupp Steel Europe’s transformation path to climate neutrality
  • First CO2reduction measures in steel production which have already been implemented
  • Available CO2reduced products bluemint® pure and bluemint® recycled which are based on the achieved CO2 reductions
  • Carbon intensity of electrical steel products: conventional products vs. bluemint® products
  • Application examples: Improvements in the Scope 3 emissions in the production of transformers, generators and motors

 

In Partnership with ThyssenKrupp

CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

CO2 reduced electrical steel by thyssenkrupp Steel Europe for the decarbonisation of the electricity process chain: bluemint® powercore®

ThyssenKrupp Steel Europe offers with bluemint® powercore first CO2 reduced electrical steel products. The manufacture of these products and the positive impact on the Scope 3 emissions of transformers, generators and motors will be described.

  • thyssenkrupp Steel Europe’s transformation path to climate neutrality
  • First CO2reduction measures in steel production which have already been implemented
  • Available CO2reduced products bluemint® pure and bluemint® recycled which are based on the achieved CO2 reductions
  • Carbon intensity of electrical steel products: conventional products vs. bluemint® products
  • Application examples: Improvements in the Scope 3 emissions in the production of transformers, generators and motors

 

In Partnership with ThyssenKrupp

Speakers

Dr. Carmen Ostwald
Head of Business Development bluemint® Steel, Center of Decarbonisation , ThyssenKrupp

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10 May

16:00 - 16:00

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 16:00 05/10/2022 16:00 CLOSE OF DAY ONE CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

CLOSE OF DAY ONE

10 May

16:30 - 18:00

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 16:30 05/10/2022 18:00 CWIEME Global Awards 2022 Join your peers to celebrate excellence from across the industry at the CWIEME Global Awards. This year’s categories include CWIEME Excellence Award, CWIEME Sustainability Leadership Award, CWIEME Lifetime Achievement Award among others all celebrating the best the industry has to offer.

The presentation ceremony begins at 4:30pm on the CWIEME Central Stage, with celebratory drinks and canapes provided. 

 
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

CWIEME Global Awards 2022

Join your peers to celebrate excellence from across the industry at the CWIEME Global Awards. This year’s categories include CWIEME Excellence Award, CWIEME Sustainability Leadership Award, CWIEME Lifetime Achievement Award among others all celebrating the best the industry has to offer.

The presentation ceremony begins at 4:30pm on the CWIEME Central Stage, with celebratory drinks and canapes provided. 

 

11 May

10:00 - 10:10

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 10:00 05/11/2022 10:10 Welcome Remarks CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Welcome Remarks

11 May

10:09 - 10:09

DIVERSITY, EQUITY & INCLUSION

11 May

10:10 - 10:15

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 10:10 05/11/2022 10:15 Keynote Speech Strengthening Europe's Commitment to Inclusion and Equality CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Keynote Speech

Strengthening Europe's Commitment to Inclusion and Equality

Speakers

Dr. Helena Dalli
First EU Commissioner for Equality , European Comission

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11 May

10:15 - 10:50

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 10:15 05/11/2022 10:50 Breakfast Debate

CWIEME DIVERSITY, EQUITY & INCLUSION

  • What kind of initiatives is the industry promoting to have a more inclusive sector?
  • What are the main obstacles and how are companies tackling barriers?
  • Hear inspirational stories from industry leaders and gain insight into what a more diverse workforce can mean for your organisation
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Breakfast Debate

CWIEME DIVERSITY, EQUITY & INCLUSION

  • What kind of initiatives is the industry promoting to have a more inclusive sector?
  • What are the main obstacles and how are companies tackling barriers?
  • Hear inspirational stories from industry leaders and gain insight into what a more diverse workforce can mean for your organisation

Moderators

Elizabeth Donnelly
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) , Women’s Engineering Society (WES)

Speakers

Javiera McGuiggan
Assistant Vice President. Global Business Leader , Cargill
Kamila Flidr
Technical Account Manager| President Altair Women in Tech EMEA ERG , Altair

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11 May

10:59 - 10:59

ACCELERATING ELECTRIFICATION THROUGH SIMULATION, ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI), AND HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMPUTING (HPC)

11 May

11:00 - 11:00

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 11:00 05/11/2022 11:00 In Partnership with Altair Official Electrification Technology Partner 


As CWIEME’s official Electrification Technology Partner, Altair is hosting a dedicated technical session which will show how simulation, artificial intelligence (AI), and high-performance computing (HPC) help accelerating the electrification in various industries.  
Presentations from customers and Altair experts will follow, which will illustrate through various examples state-of-the art high-efficiency electric machine development. 

 

CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

In Partnership with Altair Official Electrification Technology Partner 


As CWIEME’s official Electrification Technology Partner, Altair is hosting a dedicated technical session which will show how simulation, artificial intelligence (AI), and high-performance computing (HPC) help accelerating the electrification in various industries.  
Presentations from customers and Altair experts will follow, which will illustrate through various examples state-of-the art high-efficiency electric machine development. 

 

11 May

11:00 - 11:15

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 11:00 05/11/2022 11:15 How the Convergence of Simulation, HPC, and AI Accelerates the Creation of a More Electric and Sustainable World
  • The use of simulation has tremendously shortened product development cycles 
  • New designs have been introduced with reduced use of physical prototypes 
  • Complex simulations can be done easily on cloud-based compute infrastructure 
  • Lately maturing AI technology gives further boost to computational product development 
  • The fast-paced introduction of electromobility benefitted from mature computational technology 
  • The convergence of simulation, AI, and HPC adds to more sustainable products and product development processes
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

How the Convergence of Simulation, HPC, and AI Accelerates the Creation of a More Electric and Sustainable World

  • The use of simulation has tremendously shortened product development cycles 
  • New designs have been introduced with reduced use of physical prototypes 
  • Complex simulations can be done easily on cloud-based compute infrastructure 
  • Lately maturing AI technology gives further boost to computational product development 
  • The fast-paced introduction of electromobility benefitted from mature computational technology 
  • The convergence of simulation, AI, and HPC adds to more sustainable products and product development processes

Speakers

Dr. Uwe Schramm
Chief Vision Officer , Altair

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11 May

11:15 - 11:35

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 11:15 05/11/2022 11:35 Leveraging Advanced Simulation Tools to Evaluate Novel Motor Topology Performance
  • EVR Motors has developed a new, innovative motor topology it calls the Trapezoidal Stator RFPM, with 3D shaped stator teeth made from soft magnetic composites
  • This patented topology enables design of motors with double the power density relative to similarly powered, state of the art radial flux motors
  • EVR’s motor was largely designed using Altair EM tools. Following prototype success, EVR R&D is continuing with Altair tools to calibrate models vs. measurements and to analyse and optimize the existing motors and numerous new motor designs
  • This presentation will review two topics, out of a long list of simulations we have performed - one dealing with iron losses under PWM excitation, the second will demonstrate rotor dimension optimization using FluxMotor & HyperStudy
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Leveraging Advanced Simulation Tools to Evaluate Novel Motor Topology Performance

  • EVR Motors has developed a new, innovative motor topology it calls the Trapezoidal Stator RFPM, with 3D shaped stator teeth made from soft magnetic composites
  • This patented topology enables design of motors with double the power density relative to similarly powered, state of the art radial flux motors
  • EVR’s motor was largely designed using Altair EM tools. Following prototype success, EVR R&D is continuing with Altair tools to calibrate models vs. measurements and to analyse and optimize the existing motors and numerous new motor designs
  • This presentation will review two topics, out of a long list of simulations we have performed - one dealing with iron losses under PWM excitation, the second will demonstrate rotor dimension optimization using FluxMotor & HyperStudy

Speakers

Kobi Ingram
Electrical & Control Engineer , EVR Motors

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11 May

11:35 - 11:55

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 11:35 05/11/2022 11:55 Multi-disciplinary Design Optimization: Exploring the Pareto-Front
  • To design our next-gen of innovative and affordable electric powertrains, the availability of a multi-disciplinary design platform is of key importance 
  • With such a platform, Punch Powertrain is able to make trade-offs between a multitude of design criteria, including performance, cost, efficiency, thermals, structural integrity and NVH 
  • For a given set of design requirements and constraints, Pareto-fronts can be generated and explored to find the most suitable solution(s) 
  • To perform the required calculations, the simulation process leans strongly on efficient parallelization of the analysis effort 
  • Altair Flux plays a major role in this process, and in particular in the electromagnetic analysis of the motor design 
  • During the presentation, an overview will be given of the main features and capabilities of the developed optimization platform 
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Multi-disciplinary Design Optimization: Exploring the Pareto-Front

  • To design our next-gen of innovative and affordable electric powertrains, the availability of a multi-disciplinary design platform is of key importance 
  • With such a platform, Punch Powertrain is able to make trade-offs between a multitude of design criteria, including performance, cost, efficiency, thermals, structural integrity and NVH 
  • For a given set of design requirements and constraints, Pareto-fronts can be generated and explored to find the most suitable solution(s) 
  • To perform the required calculations, the simulation process leans strongly on efficient parallelization of the analysis effort 
  • Altair Flux plays a major role in this process, and in particular in the electromagnetic analysis of the motor design 
  • During the presentation, an overview will be given of the main features and capabilities of the developed optimization platform 

Speakers

Dr. Ruud Sprangers
Advanced Technology Engineer , Punch Powertrain

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11 May

11:55 - 12:15

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 11:55 05/11/2022 12:15 Designing e-Motors for the Koenigsegg Gemera's Record-breaking Goals

Founded in 1994 by Christian von Koenigsegg, Koenigsegg Automotive AB is a world leader in engineering and manufacturing of ultimate performance megacars and cutting-edge mobility technologies. 

  • Developed for the Gemera 4-seater megacar, the electric motor called the Quark, is a tiny powerhouse 
  • The Quark deploys up to 250kW and 600Nm, all in a package of 32kg. The peak power and torque figures are available for 20 seconds, which will help push the Gemera up to its top speed of 400km/h 
  • The design of the Quark optimizes axial-flux design by harnessing radial-flux leakage to augment the total output of the motor, thus offering a good balance between power and torque 
  • Cutting edge motors require cutting edge software. Therefore, Koenigsegg has chosen to use Altair Flux for electromagnetic design. We have pushed the limits of software and hardware to find the best in electromagnetic performance and efficiency by using a number of levers available in Flux 
  • From refining the parts flux paths, geometry, to testing numerous soft and hard magnetic materials and winding configurations. The result is a motor that exceeded initial targets and is industry-leading in terms of power and torque density 
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Designing e-Motors for the Koenigsegg Gemera's Record-breaking Goals

Founded in 1994 by Christian von Koenigsegg, Koenigsegg Automotive AB is a world leader in engineering and manufacturing of ultimate performance megacars and cutting-edge mobility technologies. 

  • Developed for the Gemera 4-seater megacar, the electric motor called the Quark, is a tiny powerhouse 
  • The Quark deploys up to 250kW and 600Nm, all in a package of 32kg. The peak power and torque figures are available for 20 seconds, which will help push the Gemera up to its top speed of 400km/h 
  • The design of the Quark optimizes axial-flux design by harnessing radial-flux leakage to augment the total output of the motor, thus offering a good balance between power and torque 
  • Cutting edge motors require cutting edge software. Therefore, Koenigsegg has chosen to use Altair Flux for electromagnetic design. We have pushed the limits of software and hardware to find the best in electromagnetic performance and efficiency by using a number of levers available in Flux 
  • From refining the parts flux paths, geometry, to testing numerous soft and hard magnetic materials and winding configurations. The result is a motor that exceeded initial targets and is industry-leading in terms of power and torque density 

Speakers

Dragos-Mihai Postariu
Electric Motors Design Lead , Koenigsegg Automotive

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11 May

12:15 - 12:30

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 12:15 05/11/2022 12:30 Panel Discussion

In this panel discussion, our session presenters and other selected customers will discuss the Future of simulation- and data-driven design of electric motors and drives

CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Panel Discussion

In this panel discussion, our session presenters and other selected customers will discuss the Future of simulation- and data-driven design of electric motors and drives

Moderators

Vincent Leconte
Senior Director of Business Development- Electromechanical Solutions , Altair

Speakers

Dr. Ruud Sprangers
Advanced Technology Engineer , Punch Powertrain
Dragos-Mihai Postariu
Electric Motors Design Lead , Koenigsegg Automotive
Kobi Ingram
Electrical & Control Engineer , EVR Motors

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11 May

12:39 - 12:39

MATERIAL INNOVATIONS & ADVANCEMENTS   - MAGNETS & TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS

11 May

12:40 - 13:10

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 12:40 05/11/2022 13:10 What does the Tg of ARALDITE® and ARATHANE® thermosets mean for EV applications?
  • Epoxy resins enjoy wide popularity among electronics industries due to their excellent electrical and mechanical properties, as well as their ability to offer protection against chemicals and elevated temperatures
  • The Tg can act as a very powerful (and also misleading) physical quantity to describe those epoxy and polyurethane resins
  • The Tg of ARALDITE® and ARATHANE® products ranges from -60°C to +200°C. We will introduce typical EV applications like batteries, stators and rotors and explain how to select the right insulation resin

 

In Partnership with Huntsman Advanced Materials

CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

What does the Tg of ARALDITE® and ARATHANE® thermosets mean for EV applications?

  • Epoxy resins enjoy wide popularity among electronics industries due to their excellent electrical and mechanical properties, as well as their ability to offer protection against chemicals and elevated temperatures
  • The Tg can act as a very powerful (and also misleading) physical quantity to describe those epoxy and polyurethane resins
  • The Tg of ARALDITE® and ARATHANE® products ranges from -60°C to +200°C. We will introduce typical EV applications like batteries, stators and rotors and explain how to select the right insulation resin

 

In Partnership with Huntsman Advanced Materials

Speakers

Dr. Florian Gnaedinger
Sales Leader E-Mobility & Automotive Electronics , Huntsman Advanced Materials

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11 May

13:30 - 14:00

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 13:30 05/11/2022 14:00 A New Proposal of Magnet Wire for Essex Furukawa: New Products Aimed at High Performance and Carbon Neutral
  • Constantly developing new winding wires for the future with high functionality and products that are carbon neutral. In this presentation, Essex Furukawa will propose:
    • The new insulating material
    • The magnet wire specialized for electrical properties

 

In Partnership with Essex Furukawa

CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

A New Proposal of Magnet Wire for Essex Furukawa: New Products Aimed at High Performance and Carbon Neutral

  • Constantly developing new winding wires for the future with high functionality and products that are carbon neutral. In this presentation, Essex Furukawa will propose:
    • The new insulating material
    • The magnet wire specialized for electrical properties

 

In Partnership with Essex Furukawa

Speakers

Masakazu (Mike) Mesaki
Global R&D, Senior Vice president , Essex Furukawa
Matthew E. Leach
Global New Product Introduction and Innovation, Vice President , Essex Furukawa

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11 May

14:10 - 14:40

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 14:10 05/11/2022 14:40 Holistic Approach of Process and Resin Influence on Electric Lifetime Expectation of an E-drive Motor
  • To learn and master the interaction between resin chemistry and process-knowledge and how both are affecting the life expectation of an e-drive motor in the automotive environment
  • A charge of 21 hairpin stators have been trickle-impregnated with different next generation resin types. To cover the end-winding and to prove a certain level of heat dissipation the technology of end-winding potting in an air bubble free encapsulation process was used
  • Stators are tested with electrical and thermal test methods to distinguish the influence on the lifetime and deep understanding which chemistry with which process parameters can provide longer life expectations of next generation electric e-Drive machines especially with the outlook into 800V platforms

 

In Partnership with bdtronic and VonRoll

CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Holistic Approach of Process and Resin Influence on Electric Lifetime Expectation of an E-drive Motor

  • To learn and master the interaction between resin chemistry and process-knowledge and how both are affecting the life expectation of an e-drive motor in the automotive environment
  • A charge of 21 hairpin stators have been trickle-impregnated with different next generation resin types. To cover the end-winding and to prove a certain level of heat dissipation the technology of end-winding potting in an air bubble free encapsulation process was used
  • Stators are tested with electrical and thermal test methods to distinguish the influence on the lifetime and deep understanding which chemistry with which process parameters can provide longer life expectations of next generation electric e-Drive machines especially with the outlook into 800V platforms

 

In Partnership with bdtronic and VonRoll

Speakers

Alexander Neumann
Head of Business Line , VonRoll
Andy Jorissen
Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) , bdtronic

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11 May

14:50 - 15:20

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 14:50 05/11/2022 15:20 The Third Generation of NdFeB Magnets: 3D GBD
  • Reduce, Re-use, Recycle are buzzwords flying around all markets today; JLMAG is championing technologies in all three categories. In answer to the reduce part of the equation, JLMAG is presenting the Third Generation of NdFeB Magnets: 3D GBD
  • Conventional GBD was already a game-changer, strongly reducing Heavy Rare Earth usage while still maintaining a high level of coercivity. This has paved the way for many technologies unthinkable in the past
  • With the new era 3D GBD will bring, technical boundaries will be pushed further once more
  • By applying the HRE exclusively where it is needed, a significant potential for cost saving is realised. Furthermore, it brings previously unachievable performance into reach

 

In Partnership with JL Mag

CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

The Third Generation of NdFeB Magnets: 3D GBD

  • Reduce, Re-use, Recycle are buzzwords flying around all markets today; JLMAG is championing technologies in all three categories. In answer to the reduce part of the equation, JLMAG is presenting the Third Generation of NdFeB Magnets: 3D GBD
  • Conventional GBD was already a game-changer, strongly reducing Heavy Rare Earth usage while still maintaining a high level of coercivity. This has paved the way for many technologies unthinkable in the past
  • With the new era 3D GBD will bring, technical boundaries will be pushed further once more
  • By applying the HRE exclusively where it is needed, a significant potential for cost saving is realised. Furthermore, it brings previously unachievable performance into reach

 

In Partnership with JL Mag

Speakers

Dr. Alexander Furgeri
Group Magnet & Magnetic-systems Expert , JL Mag

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11 May

15:30 - 16:00

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 15:30 05/11/2022 16:00 Success Stories of Adhesives and Thermally Conductive Potting Compound for Different Application Areas in an Electric Motor
  • Magnet bonding rotor success stories overcoming challenges in order to fulfil the application and process requirements.
  • E-Motor, battery and power electronics success stories fulfilling an improved heat dissipation 
  • Benefits to be achieved by using Kisling adhesives and thermally conductive potting compounds and process consultancy and on-site support   
  • Insight into current developments (PU gap filler & high Tg PU potting compound) 

 

In Partnership with Kisling

CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Success Stories of Adhesives and Thermally Conductive Potting Compound for Different Application Areas in an Electric Motor

  • Magnet bonding rotor success stories overcoming challenges in order to fulfil the application and process requirements.
  • E-Motor, battery and power electronics success stories fulfilling an improved heat dissipation 
  • Benefits to be achieved by using Kisling adhesives and thermally conductive potting compounds and process consultancy and on-site support   
  • Insight into current developments (PU gap filler & high Tg PU potting compound) 

 

In Partnership with Kisling

Speakers

Dr. Michael Karcher
Head of Market Management & Application Technology , Kisling

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11 May

16:10 - 16:40

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 16:10 05/11/2022 16:40 Laser Scribing for Grain Oriented Electrical Steel
  • Among the several techniques which aim to produce a constantly better grain oriented electrical steel, laser scribing is the technique which attracted the greatest interest in the field of steel industry.
  • Laser scribing is a clean, fast, stable and non-contact technique which ensures a reduction of the core loss up to 10% and, at the same time, does not affect the integrity of the sheet coating.
  • In this presentation we will investigate the important parameters that regulate the laser scribing process in a real production line and their basic physical explanations.

In Partnership with Castellini Officine Meccaniche 
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Laser Scribing for Grain Oriented Electrical Steel

  • Among the several techniques which aim to produce a constantly better grain oriented electrical steel, laser scribing is the technique which attracted the greatest interest in the field of steel industry.
  • Laser scribing is a clean, fast, stable and non-contact technique which ensures a reduction of the core loss up to 10% and, at the same time, does not affect the integrity of the sheet coating.
  • In this presentation we will investigate the important parameters that regulate the laser scribing process in a real production line and their basic physical explanations.

In Partnership with Castellini Officine Meccaniche 

Speakers

Simone Peli
Research and Development Scientist , Castellini Officine Meccaniche

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11 May

16:40 - 16:40

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 16:40 05/11/2022 16:40 CLOSE OF DAY TWO CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

CLOSE OF DAY TWO

12 May

10:00 - 10:10

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/12/2022 10:00 05/12/2022 10:10 Opening Remarks CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Opening Remarks

12 May

10:10 - 10:10

MOTOR & DRIVE SYSTEMS

12 May

10:10 - 10:40

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/12/2022 10:10 05/12/2022 10:40 HaPiPro²: Product and Production Concepts for the Variant-flexible Hairpin Stator Production - Excerpts from a Research Project
  • Hairpin stator and production process concepts about variant flexibility and process stability
  • Holistic process assessment from wire forming to secondary insulation
  • Joint establishment of a production infrastructure for variant flexible prototyping
  • Impressions of the industry partners - advantages of participation in a research project
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

HaPiPro²: Product and Production Concepts for the Variant-flexible Hairpin Stator Production - Excerpts from a Research Project

  • Hairpin stator and production process concepts about variant flexibility and process stability
  • Holistic process assessment from wire forming to secondary insulation
  • Joint establishment of a production infrastructure for variant flexible prototyping
  • Impressions of the industry partners - advantages of participation in a research project

Speakers

Christian Stäck
Research Assistant Electric Drive Production , Production Engineering of E-Mobility Components (PEM) - RWTH Aachen University
Dr. Ing. Bernhard Burkhart
Head of R&D and Support , Engiro GmbH

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12 May

10:50 - 11:20

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/12/2022 10:50 05/12/2022 11:20 High-tech Adhesives: Solutions for E-Mobility
  • Bonding technology is key to improve the performance of e-motors. When it comes to harsh requirements with high temperatures and stress due to rotational forces, high-tech adhesives can protect and reliably bond parts like magnets
  • New materials developed by DELO provide maximum strength over the complete temperature range of use up to +180 °C
  • These products not only ensure an increase in the performance, but also fast and efficient processes

 

In partnership with

CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

High-tech Adhesives: Solutions for E-Mobility

  • Bonding technology is key to improve the performance of e-motors. When it comes to harsh requirements with high temperatures and stress due to rotational forces, high-tech adhesives can protect and reliably bond parts like magnets
  • New materials developed by DELO provide maximum strength over the complete temperature range of use up to +180 °C
  • These products not only ensure an increase in the performance, but also fast and efficient processes

 

In partnership with

Speakers

Roman Schilcher
Product Manager , DELO Industrial Adhesives

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12 May

11:30 - 11:30

INDUSTRY 4.0’s

12 May

11:30 - 12:00

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/12/2022 11:30 05/12/2022 12:00 Robotic Coil Winding: Bringing the Benefits of Automation
  • Coil winding methods broadly occupy two extremes: high-speed, highly automated but relatively inflexible solutions for mass production at one end; and semi-automated or manual processes for low volume and prototyping
  • Bringing the benefits of automation to lower volume coil manufacture could offer several advantages, firstly in reducing costs through improved productivity, but also in providing increased process reliability and greater traceability for high performance applications
  • Experimentally demonstrate a six-axis industrial robot manipulator with a custom end-effector as the basis of a flexible needle winding machine. We present the cell design, initial results on concentrated coils and report cycle times.
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Robotic Coil Winding: Bringing the Benefits of Automation

  • Coil winding methods broadly occupy two extremes: high-speed, highly automated but relatively inflexible solutions for mass production at one end; and semi-automated or manual processes for low volume and prototyping
  • Bringing the benefits of automation to lower volume coil manufacture could offer several advantages, firstly in reducing costs through improved productivity, but also in providing increased process reliability and greater traceability for high performance applications
  • Experimentally demonstrate a six-axis industrial robot manipulator with a custom end-effector as the basis of a flexible needle winding machine. We present the cell design, initial results on concentrated coils and report cycle times.

Speakers

Gianmarco Pisanelli
Tech Lead- Novel Robotics , Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) Factory

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12 May

12:00 - 12:00

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/12/2022 12:00 05/12/2022 12:00 CLOSE OF DAY THREE AND CWIEME BERLIN 2022 CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

CLOSE OF DAY THREE AND CWIEME BERLIN 2022

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage

10 May

10:00 - 10:05

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 10:00 05/10/2022 10:05 CWIEME Welcoming Speech CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

CWIEME Welcoming Speech

10 May

10:05 - 10:05

E- MOBILITY: GLOBAL MARKET ANALYSIS, ECONOMIC TRENDS, AND INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

10 May

10:05 - 10:30

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 10:05 05/10/2022 10:30 Keynote Speech

Mobility in Change: Concepts for the Future

This session will cover:

  • Comprehensive insight into the maturity of the transformation towards new mobility solutions 
  • Deep dive into the necessary key components 
  • Arising challenges within manufacturing 
  • Solutions for tackling and overcoming these challenges 
CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Keynote Speech

Mobility in Change: Concepts for the Future

This session will cover:

  • Comprehensive insight into the maturity of the transformation towards new mobility solutions 
  • Deep dive into the necessary key components 
  • Arising challenges within manufacturing 
  • Solutions for tackling and overcoming these challenges 

Speakers

Mario Kehrer
Chief Engineer , Production Engineering of E-Mobility Components (PEM) - RWTH Aachen University

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10 May

10:40 - 11:20

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 10:40 05/10/2022 11:20 Panel Discussion

Government Policies and Regulations Promoting E-Mobility

  • This session will look at key government policies and regulations promoting e-mobility and look to provide answers to the following questions:
  • What are the strategies that different Governments are following to promote E- Mobility
  • Government subsidies and other grants to promote E- Mobility? Or policy based?
  • What are the challenges for the sector? How is the industry coping with all the changing requirements?
CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Panel Discussion

Government Policies and Regulations Promoting E-Mobility

  • This session will look at key government policies and regulations promoting e-mobility and look to provide answers to the following questions:
  • What are the strategies that different Governments are following to promote E- Mobility
  • Government subsidies and other grants to promote E- Mobility? Or policy based?
  • What are the challenges for the sector? How is the industry coping with all the changing requirements?

Moderators

Théo Fievet
Coordinator , The Platform for Electromobility

Speakers

Pedro Gomes
Project Manager and Coordinator| WC Clean Vehicles & Air Quality , Polis Network
Petar Georgiev
Head of Strategy and Partnerships , Ampeco

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10 May

11:30 - 12:00

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 11:30 05/10/2022 12:00 Technology and Global Supply Chain: Trends for Driveline Components on Hybrid and Fully Electric Vehicles
  • As the growth of electrification technology intensifies globally, we will explore driveline technology in all forms of hybrid electric vehicles based on IHS Markit's global light duty automotive research.
  • Analyse technical trends of electric motors based on the vehicle's PX definition, attempting to look into technical specifications such as type of motor, it's function, location, integration level amongst other technical features
  • Explore the cooling methods associated with these electric motors and systems
  • Look at how traditional driveline technology such as power transfer units will continue to play their role in the global market
CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Technology and Global Supply Chain: Trends for Driveline Components on Hybrid and Fully Electric Vehicles

  • As the growth of electrification technology intensifies globally, we will explore driveline technology in all forms of hybrid electric vehicles based on IHS Markit's global light duty automotive research.
  • Analyse technical trends of electric motors based on the vehicle's PX definition, attempting to look into technical specifications such as type of motor, it's function, location, integration level amongst other technical features
  • Explore the cooling methods associated with these electric motors and systems
  • Look at how traditional driveline technology such as power transfer units will continue to play their role in the global market

Speakers

Claudio Vittori
Associate Manager | Supply Chain & Technology Group | E-Mobility Components Research , S&P Global Mobility

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10 May

12:10 - 12:10

COMPONENT INNOVATIONS: PERFORMANCE, DESIGN & SUSTAINABILITY

10 May

12:10 - 12:30

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 12:10 05/10/2022 12:30 High-Rate Laser Ablation for E-mobility
  • The focused laser beam will be used to vaporise material or to perform a surface treatment. One application is the local ablation of isolating coatings from copper hair pins using high power continuous wave laser beam sources
  • The challenge are targeted ablation rates of more than 1,000 mm2/s, the high pro-duction requirements for the hair pin production as well as the specific optical design for high reflective materials, like copper
  • Control solutions and outlook for further use cases of laser processes using high dynamic beam deflection units
CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

High-Rate Laser Ablation for E-mobility

  • The focused laser beam will be used to vaporise material or to perform a surface treatment. One application is the local ablation of isolating coatings from copper hair pins using high power continuous wave laser beam sources
  • The challenge are targeted ablation rates of more than 1,000 mm2/s, the high pro-duction requirements for the hair pin production as well as the specific optical design for high reflective materials, like copper
  • Control solutions and outlook for further use cases of laser processes using high dynamic beam deflection units

Speakers

Peter Rauscher
Group Manager High Speed Laser Processing , Fraunhofer Institute Material and Beam Technology IWS

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10 May

13:30 - 14:00

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 13:30 05/10/2022 14:00 Highly Efficient, Power Dense and Sustainable Traction Motor Designs: iCARe® 420 Save Higher-Strength Low-Loss Electrical Steels
  • ArcelorMittal’s iCARe® 420 Save electrical steel grades offer high yield strength levels - guaranteed above 420 MPa - without affecting its magnetic properties for traction motor applications
  • ArcelorMittal’s iCARe® 420 Save grade is the ideal choice to simultaneously provide a higher yield strength and a higher fatigue limit necessary for optimum rotor designs, as well as low magnetic losses in a wide frequency range for both stator and rotor core components.
  • These properties enable optimal motor designs, resulting in higher energy savings, increased motor compactness, and/or more sustainable designs – with a reduced usage of copper and rare-earth permanent magnets.
  • Case studies to illustrate the added value of iCARe® 420 Save grades along different axes of sustainable traction motor design for e-mobility applications

 

In Partnership with ArcelorMittal

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Highly Efficient, Power Dense and Sustainable Traction Motor Designs: iCARe® 420 Save Higher-Strength Low-Loss Electrical Steels

  • ArcelorMittal’s iCARe® 420 Save electrical steel grades offer high yield strength levels - guaranteed above 420 MPa - without affecting its magnetic properties for traction motor applications
  • ArcelorMittal’s iCARe® 420 Save grade is the ideal choice to simultaneously provide a higher yield strength and a higher fatigue limit necessary for optimum rotor designs, as well as low magnetic losses in a wide frequency range for both stator and rotor core components.
  • These properties enable optimal motor designs, resulting in higher energy savings, increased motor compactness, and/or more sustainable designs – with a reduced usage of copper and rare-earth permanent magnets.
  • Case studies to illustrate the added value of iCARe® 420 Save grades along different axes of sustainable traction motor design for e-mobility applications

 

In Partnership with ArcelorMittal

Speakers

Dr. Ahmed Abdallh
Research Engineer Electromagnetic applications , ArcelorMittal
Dr. Lode Vandenbossche
Development Engineer Electrical Steels , ArcelorMittal

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10 May

14:10 - 14:40

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 14:10 05/10/2022 14:40 Increase Cu Slot Fill and Improved Thermal Performance of eMotors: Solvay's Ajedium™ PEEK Slot liners
  • For eMotor designers, small improvements in power and efficiency can have real world tangible benefits like weight savings and increased range
  • Solvay has been working with eMotor designers to evaluate Ajedium™ PEEK slot liners effectiveness as a high voltage, high temperature slot insulation material for eMotors in electric vehicles
  • EV industry shifts from 400 volt systems to 800 volts or higher, it's clear that traditional paper and paper laminates are not optimised for these new environments
  • Ajedium™ PEEK slot liners can help bridge this gap by offering similar electrical and mechanical performance at much lower thicknesses, in some cases this can be decreased by as much as ⅔ the thickness of incumbent solutions
  • Ajedium™ PEEK slot liners have improved thermal conductivity, more than 3x that of current laminated and paper systems to help reduce the overall e.motor temperature

 

In Partnership with Solvay Materials

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Increase Cu Slot Fill and Improved Thermal Performance of eMotors: Solvay's Ajedium™ PEEK Slot liners

  • For eMotor designers, small improvements in power and efficiency can have real world tangible benefits like weight savings and increased range
  • Solvay has been working with eMotor designers to evaluate Ajedium™ PEEK slot liners effectiveness as a high voltage, high temperature slot insulation material for eMotors in electric vehicles
  • EV industry shifts from 400 volt systems to 800 volts or higher, it's clear that traditional paper and paper laminates are not optimised for these new environments
  • Ajedium™ PEEK slot liners can help bridge this gap by offering similar electrical and mechanical performance at much lower thicknesses, in some cases this can be decreased by as much as ⅔ the thickness of incumbent solutions
  • Ajedium™ PEEK slot liners have improved thermal conductivity, more than 3x that of current laminated and paper systems to help reduce the overall e.motor temperature

 

In Partnership with Solvay Materials

Speakers

Dr. DeeDee Smith
E-mobility Marketing Manager , Solvay Materials

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10 May

14:50 - 15:20

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 14:50 05/10/2022 15:20 One Logic For E-Motor Production from Drive Control and PLC to Vision and Measurement Technology
  • Traction motors for electric vehicles are currently being built using hairpin technology.  
    • Examples include the VW ID.3 and ID.4, the Porsche Taycan, and the Audi e-tron. Unlike conventional winding technology, production with hairpin technology is essentially an assembly process and requires fast cycle times from the control technology.
  • With PC-based control from Beckhoff, these fast cycle times can be achieved in plants with different machine modules that carry out the individual production steps. It is essential to have a continuous data set from the sensor to the cloud complete with timestamps. The integration of all control functions, such as the PLC, motion control, vision, and measurement technology, into a single platform is fundamental for optimum synchronization.  
  • Beckhoff lays the foundations for high-performance plant engineering with its flexible and scalable systems that can be parametrized and programmed in a single engineering tool. This makes it possible to produce high-quality stators with hairpins in the shortest possible time.
     

In Partnership with Beckhoff Automation

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

One Logic For E-Motor Production from Drive Control and PLC to Vision and Measurement Technology

  • Traction motors for electric vehicles are currently being built using hairpin technology.  
    • Examples include the VW ID.3 and ID.4, the Porsche Taycan, and the Audi e-tron. Unlike conventional winding technology, production with hairpin technology is essentially an assembly process and requires fast cycle times from the control technology.
  • With PC-based control from Beckhoff, these fast cycle times can be achieved in plants with different machine modules that carry out the individual production steps. It is essential to have a continuous data set from the sensor to the cloud complete with timestamps. The integration of all control functions, such as the PLC, motion control, vision, and measurement technology, into a single platform is fundamental for optimum synchronization.  
  • Beckhoff lays the foundations for high-performance plant engineering with its flexible and scalable systems that can be parametrized and programmed in a single engineering tool. This makes it possible to produce high-quality stators with hairpins in the shortest possible time.
     

In Partnership with Beckhoff Automation

Speakers

Tilman Plaß
Industry Manager Automotive , Beckhoff Automation

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10 May

15:30 - 16:00

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 15:30 05/10/2022 16:00 Fully Automated Optimisation Engine for Advanced Modular Motor Platform Studies
  • In close cooperation, ZF and Altair have developed a unique environment based on Altair e-Motor Director to support the synthesis of complete e-motor platforms. From previously calculated design of experiments (DoEs) and given requirements, an attempt is made to find a platform that meets all requirements and at the same time keeps costs low by using identical parts that can be reused in the individual e-motors.
  • In principle, it would be possible to build each motor from as many identical parts as possible, which would lead to a low- cost platform, but the requirements cannot be optimally met.  
  • It would also be possible to optimise all motors only to the requirements, regardless of identical parts. That would lead to the optimum in terms of meeting the requirements but would not be a good solution in terms of costs, since all the parts for an e- motor must be specially manufactured.
  • The aim of this developed environment is to find the optimum between these two extremes by counting the number of identical parts and also weighting them depending on the costs.
  • The finally found e-motor platform now represents the trade-off in terms of meeting the requirements while at the same time increasing the number of identical parts and thus reducing costs.

 

In Partnership with Altair Official Electrification Technology Partner

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Fully Automated Optimisation Engine for Advanced Modular Motor Platform Studies

  • In close cooperation, ZF and Altair have developed a unique environment based on Altair e-Motor Director to support the synthesis of complete e-motor platforms. From previously calculated design of experiments (DoEs) and given requirements, an attempt is made to find a platform that meets all requirements and at the same time keeps costs low by using identical parts that can be reused in the individual e-motors.
  • In principle, it would be possible to build each motor from as many identical parts as possible, which would lead to a low- cost platform, but the requirements cannot be optimally met.  
  • It would also be possible to optimise all motors only to the requirements, regardless of identical parts. That would lead to the optimum in terms of meeting the requirements but would not be a good solution in terms of costs, since all the parts for an e- motor must be specially manufactured.
  • The aim of this developed environment is to find the optimum between these two extremes by counting the number of identical parts and also weighting them depending on the costs.
  • The finally found e-motor platform now represents the trade-off in terms of meeting the requirements while at the same time increasing the number of identical parts and thus reducing costs.

 

In Partnership with Altair Official Electrification Technology Partner

Speakers

Dr. Lars Fredriksson
Senior VP – Strategic Solutions , Altair
Michael Heroth
Doctoral Researcher and Development Engineer Electric Drive , ZF Group

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10 May

16:00 - 16:00

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 16:00 05/10/2022 16:00 CLOSE OF DAY ONE CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

CLOSE OF DAY ONE

11 May

10:00 - 10:10

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 10:00 05/11/2022 10:10 Welcome Remarks CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Welcome Remarks

11 May

10:10 - 10:10

SPECIAL VEHICLES ELECTRIFICATION

11 May

10:10 - 10:40

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 10:10 05/11/2022 10:40 Market Overview of Buses and Trucks Electrification
  • Global truck and bus market landscape
  • Evolving targets of automotive OEMs and their impact on the commercial vehicle market
  • Impact of electrification in transport sector by private and public entity carbon-neutrality targets
  • Global initiatives accelerating the transition towards electric bus and truck adoption
  • Comparison between the electrification and adoption rates of different truck and bus classes/weight segments
CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Market Overview of Buses and Trucks Electrification

  • Global truck and bus market landscape
  • Evolving targets of automotive OEMs and their impact on the commercial vehicle market
  • Impact of electrification in transport sector by private and public entity carbon-neutrality targets
  • Global initiatives accelerating the transition towards electric bus and truck adoption
  • Comparison between the electrification and adoption rates of different truck and bus classes/weight segments

Speakers

Michael Sheppard
Chief Executive Officer , Power Technology Research (PTR)

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11 May

10:50 - 10:50

COMPONENT INNOVATIONS: PERFORMANCE, DESIGN & SUSTAINABILITY

11 May

10:50 - 11:20

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 10:50 05/11/2022 11:20 E-Mobility Motors: Two Technologies Rare Earth-Free
  • The demand for neodymium is expected to grow by 6% annually over the period to 2030, which leads to a significant gap in supply by the end of the decade
  • Are there enough resources to meet the growing demand and to enable the high uptake of EVs in the coming decades?
  • The  ReFreeDrive project funded by the European Commission Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme has pushed the boundary of two motor technologies which do not use any critical raw material:
    • Induction with copper rotor (both die-cast and fabricated versions) and synchronous reluctance (either assisted with ferrite magnets or without).
  • Advanced design and multiple innovations introduced: optimised electrical steels, special copper alloys, new manufacturing methods, hairpin winding, innovative cooling
CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

E-Mobility Motors: Two Technologies Rare Earth-Free

  • The demand for neodymium is expected to grow by 6% annually over the period to 2030, which leads to a significant gap in supply by the end of the decade
  • Are there enough resources to meet the growing demand and to enable the high uptake of EVs in the coming decades?
  • The  ReFreeDrive project funded by the European Commission Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme has pushed the boundary of two motor technologies which do not use any critical raw material:
    • Induction with copper rotor (both die-cast and fabricated versions) and synchronous reluctance (either assisted with ferrite magnets or without).
  • Advanced design and multiple innovations introduced: optimised electrical steels, special copper alloys, new manufacturing methods, hairpin winding, innovative cooling

Speakers

Misa (Micha) Milosavljevic
Project Leader – Electric Powertrain Components and Systems , IFP Energies Nouvelles
Péter Szilágyi
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) , Breuckmann eMobility GmbH
Tomas Jezdinsky
Market Research Consultant , International Copper Association

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11 May

11:30 - 12:00

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 11:30 05/11/2022 12:00 Unlocking EV Performance Improvement: Motor Optimisation Using Torque Dense Materials and Advanced Powertrain Technology
  • Higher power and torque density in advanced electric motors for land, air, and naval electric vehicles, along with increased efficiency are of key importance to improve the vehicle performance
  • Recent advancements in the processing of thin laminated stator and rotor stacks have been paramount in enabling optimal motor performance.
  • Examples of power dense and high efficiency motors using high performance soft magnetic alloys will be presented in detail:
  • High induction, high permeability, and low loss soft magnetic stator and rotor materials to increase the torque and power density of the motor in combination with improved efficiency
  • Various options will be presented to realise the torque and power benefits by about 15-35% using such high-performance material solutions vs. current technology
  • These high-performance motors can result in improved electric vehicle performance such as higher acceleration, improved range, higher payload capacity, and increased space

 

In Partnership with Carpenter Technology

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Unlocking EV Performance Improvement: Motor Optimisation Using Torque Dense Materials and Advanced Powertrain Technology

  • Higher power and torque density in advanced electric motors for land, air, and naval electric vehicles, along with increased efficiency are of key importance to improve the vehicle performance
  • Recent advancements in the processing of thin laminated stator and rotor stacks have been paramount in enabling optimal motor performance.
  • Examples of power dense and high efficiency motors using high performance soft magnetic alloys will be presented in detail:
  • High induction, high permeability, and low loss soft magnetic stator and rotor materials to increase the torque and power density of the motor in combination with improved efficiency
  • Various options will be presented to realise the torque and power benefits by about 15-35% using such high-performance material solutions vs. current technology
  • These high-performance motors can result in improved electric vehicle performance such as higher acceleration, improved range, higher payload capacity, and increased space

 

In Partnership with Carpenter Technology

Speakers

Dr. Nir Vaks
Global Director of Carpenter Electrification & Leader of the Soft Magnetics Centre of Excellence and Technology Center , Carpenter Technology

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11 May

12:10 - 12:40

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 12:10 05/11/2022 12:40 Direct, Permanent Magnet Rotor Temperature Measurement for e-motors

The presentation introduces the sensor technology, shows first application examples both on the engine test bench and for real on road drives.

  • Benefits of permanent measurement of the rotor or magnet temperature in test bench, test driving and real driving operation will be discussed:
  • To ensure the protection of the magnets in the rotor and to avoid thermal damage
  • To maximise power utilisation and minimise (thermal) reserves (avoid derating, reduce the share of rare earth)
  • To further improve the accuracy of the torque and thus to increase the efficiency in the driving cycle
  • To enable torque monitoring with sufficient accuracy to guarantee functional safety

 

In Partnership with pro-micron GmbH

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Direct, Permanent Magnet Rotor Temperature Measurement for e-motors

The presentation introduces the sensor technology, shows first application examples both on the engine test bench and for real on road drives.

  • Benefits of permanent measurement of the rotor or magnet temperature in test bench, test driving and real driving operation will be discussed:
  • To ensure the protection of the magnets in the rotor and to avoid thermal damage
  • To maximise power utilisation and minimise (thermal) reserves (avoid derating, reduce the share of rare earth)
  • To further improve the accuracy of the torque and thus to increase the efficiency in the driving cycle
  • To enable torque monitoring with sufficient accuracy to guarantee functional safety

 

In Partnership with pro-micron GmbH

Speakers

Bernd Cebulski
Team Manager E- Machine Design , IAV GmbH
Dr. Rainer Wunderlich
Chief Technology Officer (CTO) , pro-micron GmbH

Explore

11 May

12:50 - 13:20

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 12:50 05/11/2022 13:20 Special Alloys for E-Mobility Application: Improvement of Electric Motor Performance and Efficiency
  • Simulations on a sports car powertrain with a 335 kW motor and using FeSi and FeCo alloys
  • Analysis of the results obtained comparing classic FeSi material and AFK502 grade, which contains 49% cobalt, and how it enables a significant increase in the performance of the simulated powertrain
  • Results obtained using AFK502 demonstrate that increases the power density of the motor over what can be achieved using an FeSi grade. This allows for a weight savings on the overall system, which increases the vehicle’s range
  • Comparison between 18% cobalt grade, AFK18, to FeS, and how this special alloy provides increased efficiency to the electrical machines at a lower cost

 

In Partnership with Aperam

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Special Alloys for E-Mobility Application: Improvement of Electric Motor Performance and Efficiency

  • Simulations on a sports car powertrain with a 335 kW motor and using FeSi and FeCo alloys
  • Analysis of the results obtained comparing classic FeSi material and AFK502 grade, which contains 49% cobalt, and how it enables a significant increase in the performance of the simulated powertrain
  • Results obtained using AFK502 demonstrate that increases the power density of the motor over what can be achieved using an FeSi grade. This allows for a weight savings on the overall system, which increases the vehicle’s range
  • Comparison between 18% cobalt grade, AFK18, to FeS, and how this special alloy provides increased efficiency to the electrical machines at a lower cost

 

In Partnership with Aperam

Speakers

Frédéric Godard
Development Manager , Aperam Alloys Imphy

Explore

11 May

13:30 - 13:30

BATTERY MARKET: CHALLENGES & OPPORTUNITIES 

11 May

13:30 - 14:00

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 13:30 05/11/2022 14:00 Battery Market Overview
  • Batteries play a vital role in the transition to electric mobility. The battery production market is mostly dominated by manufacturers from China and other third countries, but the EU wants to change this.
     This session will cover:
  • Analysis of the supply chain. Which battery manufacturers are supporting the main EV regions?
  • Availability of raw materials
  • Cell strategies
  • Future chemistries coming to the market, where and when?
  • Second life and recycling overview
CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Battery Market Overview

  • Batteries play a vital role in the transition to electric mobility. The battery production market is mostly dominated by manufacturers from China and other third countries, but the EU wants to change this.
     This session will cover:
  • Analysis of the supply chain. Which battery manufacturers are supporting the main EV regions?
  • Availability of raw materials
  • Cell strategies
  • Future chemistries coming to the market, where and when?
  • Second life and recycling overview

Speakers

William Roberts
Research Analyst , Rho-Motion

Explore

11 May

14:50 - 14:50

CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE

11 May

14:50 - 15:20

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 14:50 05/11/2022 15:20 E-Mobility Charging Infrastructure Technologies and Operational Change Impacts.
  • The EV charging infrastructure build up faces operational, regulatory, and financial hurdle
  • The lack of infrastructure is the top barrier for EVs expansion, followed by lack of availability of appropriate vehicle types, purchase price and operational change impacts.  Distinct types of charges points. Charging infrastructure for fleets
  • Examples of policy instruments promoting charging infrastructure.
  • Financial incentives, target number of charging points to be built, building codes and electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE)
CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

E-Mobility Charging Infrastructure Technologies and Operational Change Impacts.

  • The EV charging infrastructure build up faces operational, regulatory, and financial hurdle
  • The lack of infrastructure is the top barrier for EVs expansion, followed by lack of availability of appropriate vehicle types, purchase price and operational change impacts.  Distinct types of charges points. Charging infrastructure for fleets
  • Examples of policy instruments promoting charging infrastructure.
  • Financial incentives, target number of charging points to be built, building codes and electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE)

Speakers

Petar Georgiev
Head of Strategy and Partnerships , Ampeco

Explore

11 May

15:30 - 16:00

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 15:30 05/11/2022 16:00 Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure of the Decade Ahead
  • Global outlook of electric vehicles 
  • Consumer perspectives on electric vehicle adoption and perceived bottlenecks 
  • Vehicle-side charging technology forecasts 
  • Infrastructure-side forecast of station deployment
CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure of the Decade Ahead

  • Global outlook of electric vehicles 
  • Consumer perspectives on electric vehicle adoption and perceived bottlenecks 
  • Vehicle-side charging technology forecasts 
  • Infrastructure-side forecast of station deployment

Speakers

Claudio Vittori
Associate Manager | Supply Chain & Technology Group | E-Mobility Components Research , S&P Global Mobility

Explore

11 May

16:00 - 16:00

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 16:00 05/11/2022 16:00 CLOSE OF DAY TWO CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

CLOSE OF DAY TWO

12 May

10:00 - 10:10

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/12/2022 10:00 05/12/2022 10:10 Welcoming Remarks CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Welcoming Remarks

12 May

10:10 - 10:10

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/12/2022 10:10 05/12/2022 10:10 CLIMATE CHANGE: ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS REGARDING AUTOMOTIVE EMISSIONS.

THE DRIVE FOR GREEN ENERGY. SUSTAINABILITY. COP26 OUTCOMES. 

WHAT ARE THE BIG CHALLENGES FOR THE INDUSTRY?

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

CLIMATE CHANGE: ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS REGARDING AUTOMOTIVE EMISSIONS.

THE DRIVE FOR GREEN ENERGY. SUSTAINABILITY. COP26 OUTCOMES. 

WHAT ARE THE BIG CHALLENGES FOR THE INDUSTRY?

12 May

10:10 - 10:50

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/12/2022 10:10 05/12/2022 10:50 Panel Discussion

Fit For 55 Legislation Package: Debate and Analysis of the Main Impacts, Challenges and How to Overcome the Barriers

  • European Green deal “Fit for 55 legislation Package” supporting its commitment to reduce net greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55 per cent by 2030
  • The package presents a policy action plan on how to reach Europe’s climate targets with the ambition to become the first climate- neutral continent by 2050
  • This session will analyse the Fit for 55 legislation package and what it means for our industry
CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Panel Discussion

Fit For 55 Legislation Package: Debate and Analysis of the Main Impacts, Challenges and How to Overcome the Barriers

  • European Green deal “Fit for 55 legislation Package” supporting its commitment to reduce net greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55 per cent by 2030
  • The package presents a policy action plan on how to reach Europe’s climate targets with the ambition to become the first climate- neutral continent by 2050
  • This session will analyse the Fit for 55 legislation package and what it means for our industry

Moderators

Chris Gerber
CEO | Founder , Genessis Consulting and Advisory Services

Speakers

Sasho Tripunovski
Change Management Expert , University of Vienna
Tim Killen
Chief Sales Officer (CSO) , Deugro

Explore

12 May

11:00 - 11:40

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/12/2022 11:00 05/12/2022 11:40 Fireside Chat

The Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Directive (Afid) In the EU and Other Governments:  Roll- Out Plans

  • What are the main challenges of the Afid for the industry and what is the impact?
  • Chinaannounced a USD 1.4 trillion digital infrastructure public spending programme that includes funding for EV charging stations. This has trickled down to the local level, with more than ten cities announcing targets to install about 1.2 million chargers by 2025
  • In the USA, an infrastructure plan proposed in early 2021 would establish grant and incentive programmes to install 500. 000 chargers, adding to about 100. 000 existing charging points
  • This session will look at these roll out plans in more detail and evaluate the challenges and opportunities
CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Fireside Chat

The Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Directive (Afid) In the EU and Other Governments:  Roll- Out Plans

  • What are the main challenges of the Afid for the industry and what is the impact?
  • Chinaannounced a USD 1.4 trillion digital infrastructure public spending programme that includes funding for EV charging stations. This has trickled down to the local level, with more than ten cities announcing targets to install about 1.2 million chargers by 2025
  • In the USA, an infrastructure plan proposed in early 2021 would establish grant and incentive programmes to install 500. 000 chargers, adding to about 100. 000 existing charging points
  • This session will look at these roll out plans in more detail and evaluate the challenges and opportunities

Speakers

Aleksander Rajch
Director – External Affairs and Board Member , PSPA- Polish Alternative Fuels Association
Hassan Zaheer
Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) , Power Technology Research (PTR)

Explore

12 May

11:50 - 12:30

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/12/2022 11:50 05/12/2022 12:30 Q&A Technical Session with Audi

How Decarbonisation and Emission Regulations are Changing the Powertrain Market

  • This Q&A session provide an opportunity to the audience to delve deeper into the Powertrain Market, asking directly  and engaging with our AUDI Expert.
  • What are the most important changes in the powertrain market regarding its main components and systems?
  • Regulation, technology and infrastructure will be the drivers of adoption of alternative powertrains over the next five to ten years. How is the industry coping with all these factors?
  • How can the innovation go hand to hand with sustainability?
  • Suppliers need to adjust their strategies in response to a shifting component market
  • What strategies are OEM's following
CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Q&A Technical Session with Audi

How Decarbonisation and Emission Regulations are Changing the Powertrain Market

  • This Q&A session provide an opportunity to the audience to delve deeper into the Powertrain Market, asking directly  and engaging with our AUDI Expert.
  • What are the most important changes in the powertrain market regarding its main components and systems?
  • Regulation, technology and infrastructure will be the drivers of adoption of alternative powertrains over the next five to ten years. How is the industry coping with all these factors?
  • How can the innovation go hand to hand with sustainability?
  • Suppliers need to adjust their strategies in response to a shifting component market
  • What strategies are OEM's following

Speakers

Dr. Jari Hyvönen
Senior Project Manager PPE Powertrain , Audi AG

Explore

12 May

12:30 - 12:30

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/12/2022 12:30 05/12/2022 12:30 Close of Day Three and CWIEME BERLIN 2022 CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Close of Day Three and CWIEME BERLIN 2022

Day 2

CWIEME Central Stage

10 May

10:00 - 10:10

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 10:00 05/10/2022 10:10 CWIEME Welcoming Speech CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

CWIEME Welcoming Speech

10 May

10:10 - 10:10

MARKET OVERVIEW & INDUSTRY TRENDS

10 May

10:10 - 10:30

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 10:10 05/10/2022 10:30 Global & Regional Growth Opportunities and Challenges
  • Geo-Political Risks & Overseas Competition
  • Adapting Business Models in a Post Covid19 world
  • Supply chain challenges
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Global & Regional Growth Opportunities and Challenges

  • Geo-Political Risks & Overseas Competition
  • Adapting Business Models in a Post Covid19 world
  • Supply chain challenges

Speakers

Javiera McGuiggan
Assistant Vice President. Global Business Leader , Cargill

Explore

10 May

10:40 - 11:00

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 10:40 05/10/2022 11:00 Electrical Steel (GO & NGO) Market: Drivers, Challenges, and Opportunities

This presentation will focus on the e- mobility sector using non- grain oriented electrical steel. Nevertheless, will still cover the market volumes for GO

  • Production & Demand for GO and NGO by region
  • Global Trade flows for GO and NGO
  • Market drivers of demand and supply
  • Trend towards thinner electrical steel
  • Focus of E-mobility on electrical steel demand
  • Demand and capacity outlook for EV grade NGO
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Electrical Steel (GO & NGO) Market: Drivers, Challenges, and Opportunities

This presentation will focus on the e- mobility sector using non- grain oriented electrical steel. Nevertheless, will still cover the market volumes for GO

  • Production & Demand for GO and NGO by region
  • Global Trade flows for GO and NGO
  • Market drivers of demand and supply
  • Trend towards thinner electrical steel
  • Focus of E-mobility on electrical steel demand
  • Demand and capacity outlook for EV grade NGO

Speakers

Wolfgang Lipp
Vice President , SMR- Steel & Metals Market Research

Explore

10 May

11:10 - 11:30

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 11:10 05/10/2022 11:30 Transformers Market Trends & Innovations

This session will cover the latest trends in the transformers segment

  • Overview of Transformer market in EMEA region
    • Network expansion plans by major utilities in the region
    • Transformer market sizing and growth
  • Key growth drivers
    • Renewable energy plans under European green deal
    • Electric vehicle charging infrastructure
    • Infrastructure developments in Middle East
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Transformers Market Trends & Innovations

This session will cover the latest trends in the transformers segment

  • Overview of Transformer market in EMEA region
    • Network expansion plans by major utilities in the region
    • Transformer market sizing and growth
  • Key growth drivers
    • Renewable energy plans under European green deal
    • Electric vehicle charging infrastructure
    • Infrastructure developments in Middle East

Speakers

Hassan Zaheer
Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) , Power Technology Research (PTR)

Explore

10 May

11:30 - 11:45

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 11:30 05/10/2022 11:45 Market Trends & Innovations: Debate Session & Q&A

This debate and Q&A will follow on from Saqib’s presentation and provide an opportunity to delve deeper into the topics discussed, with interactive engagement from the audience.

CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Market Trends & Innovations: Debate Session & Q&A

This debate and Q&A will follow on from Saqib’s presentation and provide an opportunity to delve deeper into the topics discussed, with interactive engagement from the audience.

Moderators

Hassan Zaheer
Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) , Power Technology Research (PTR)

Speakers

Javiera McGuiggan
Assistant Vice President. Global Business Leader , Cargill
Wolfgang Lipp
Vice President , SMR- Steel & Metals Market Research

Explore

10 May

12:00 - 12:00

TRANSFORMERS MARKET

10 May

12:00 - 12:20

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 12:00 05/10/2022 12:20 Sustainability in the Transformers Sector: Challenges, Opportunities and Optimisation
  • Directions that can ensure higher sustainability, such as lower losses, use of recyclable and renewable materials (biodegradable fluids), retrofittable features, selection of optimal transformer lifetime, application of modular concepts, solutions enabling improved maintainability and operation
  • Different views about what should be covered by this subject, what metrics should be used, what limits set, as well as what the focus of our efforts should be in order to get the best results in a shorter time frame?
  • The presentation will focus on sustainability based on results of research, which also includes results for other areas, such as new technologies, innovation, transformer components, transformer oil, transformer service, digitalisation, outlook of market and technology, and business on the transformer market
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Sustainability in the Transformers Sector: Challenges, Opportunities and Optimisation

  • Directions that can ensure higher sustainability, such as lower losses, use of recyclable and renewable materials (biodegradable fluids), retrofittable features, selection of optimal transformer lifetime, application of modular concepts, solutions enabling improved maintainability and operation
  • Different views about what should be covered by this subject, what metrics should be used, what limits set, as well as what the focus of our efforts should be in order to get the best results in a shorter time frame?
  • The presentation will focus on sustainability based on results of research, which also includes results for other areas, such as new technologies, innovation, transformer components, transformer oil, transformer service, digitalisation, outlook of market and technology, and business on the transformer market

Speakers

Mladen Banovic
Editor-in-Chief , Transformers Magazine

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10 May

13:40 - 14:10

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 13:40 05/10/2022 14:10 Eco Design Transformers: aims for two major objectives on the Transformer products
  • Reduce electrical losses (1 step in 2015/ 2nd step in 2021) 
  • Clarify and make more visible indication of performance 
  • Harmonisation of maximum loss levels in the European Union
  • Efficiency request on medium power transformers for the 1st time

 

In Partnership with Opti-Consult and DuPont

CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Eco Design Transformers: aims for two major objectives on the Transformer products

  • Reduce electrical losses (1 step in 2015/ 2nd step in 2021) 
  • Clarify and make more visible indication of performance 
  • Harmonisation of maximum loss levels in the European Union
  • Efficiency request on medium power transformers for the 1st time

 

In Partnership with Opti-Consult and DuPont

Speakers

Hakan Aktay
Business Development Manager , Opti- Consult
Jean-Claude Duart
Technical Manager , DuPont

Explore

10 May

14:20 - 14:40

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 14:20 05/10/2022 14:40 Technical Panel

Contribution To EU Green Deal Objectives: Maximising Distribution Transformer Resource-Efficiency

 
  • Through the Green Deal and the Circular Economy Action Plan the EU is strongly committed to improving both energy efficiency and material efficiency.
  • Avoiding electrical application trade-off between both goals, delivering the benefits without the need for compromise
  • Stringent requirements in terms of loss reduction, compactness and absence of toxic substances have stimulated various technological innovations
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Technical Panel

Contribution To EU Green Deal Objectives: Maximising Distribution Transformer Resource-Efficiency

 
  • Through the Green Deal and the Circular Economy Action Plan the EU is strongly committed to improving both energy efficiency and material efficiency.
  • Avoiding electrical application trade-off between both goals, delivering the benefits without the need for compromise
  • Stringent requirements in terms of loss reduction, compactness and absence of toxic substances have stimulated various technological innovations

Speakers

Alberto Cracco
Managing Director , Westrafo
Fernando Nuño
Clean Energy Transition Portfolio Manager , International Copper Association
Roberto Fernández
Regional Technical Leader , Cargill BioIndustrial- Power Generation

Explore

10 May

14:50 - 15:20

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 14:50 05/10/2022 15:20 Innovation of Transformer Oils: Gas to Liquid Technology
  • Overview of the development journey of transformer oil based on GTL technology.   
  • GTL based transformer oil Diala S4 rewarded by OEMs for its high quality and easy of handling, it has also shown exceptional resistance to degradation
  • GTL technology is virtually sulphur free so therefore minimises the risk of oil related corrosive sulphur development causing silver and/or copper corrosion
  • Shell has recently developed Diala S5 transformer oil, based on GTL technology, offering readily biodegradability and superb cold flow properties

 

In Partnership with Shell

CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Innovation of Transformer Oils: Gas to Liquid Technology

  • Overview of the development journey of transformer oil based on GTL technology.   
  • GTL based transformer oil Diala S4 rewarded by OEMs for its high quality and easy of handling, it has also shown exceptional resistance to degradation
  • GTL technology is virtually sulphur free so therefore minimises the risk of oil related corrosive sulphur development causing silver and/or copper corrosion
  • Shell has recently developed Diala S5 transformer oil, based on GTL technology, offering readily biodegradability and superb cold flow properties

 

In Partnership with Shell

Speakers

Ed Van Schaik
Product Application Specialist Power , Shell

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10 May

15:30 - 16:00

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 15:30 05/10/2022 16:00 CO2 reduced electrical steel by thyssenkrupp Steel Europe for the decarbonisation of the electricity process chain: bluemint® powercore®

ThyssenKrupp Steel Europe offers with bluemint® powercore first CO2 reduced electrical steel products. The manufacture of these products and the positive impact on the Scope 3 emissions of transformers, generators and motors will be described.

  • thyssenkrupp Steel Europe’s transformation path to climate neutrality
  • First CO2reduction measures in steel production which have already been implemented
  • Available CO2reduced products bluemint® pure and bluemint® recycled which are based on the achieved CO2 reductions
  • Carbon intensity of electrical steel products: conventional products vs. bluemint® products
  • Application examples: Improvements in the Scope 3 emissions in the production of transformers, generators and motors

 

In Partnership with ThyssenKrupp

CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

CO2 reduced electrical steel by thyssenkrupp Steel Europe for the decarbonisation of the electricity process chain: bluemint® powercore®

ThyssenKrupp Steel Europe offers with bluemint® powercore first CO2 reduced electrical steel products. The manufacture of these products and the positive impact on the Scope 3 emissions of transformers, generators and motors will be described.

  • thyssenkrupp Steel Europe’s transformation path to climate neutrality
  • First CO2reduction measures in steel production which have already been implemented
  • Available CO2reduced products bluemint® pure and bluemint® recycled which are based on the achieved CO2 reductions
  • Carbon intensity of electrical steel products: conventional products vs. bluemint® products
  • Application examples: Improvements in the Scope 3 emissions in the production of transformers, generators and motors

 

In Partnership with ThyssenKrupp

Speakers

Dr. Carmen Ostwald
Head of Business Development bluemint® Steel, Center of Decarbonisation , ThyssenKrupp

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10 May

16:00 - 16:00

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 16:00 05/10/2022 16:00 CLOSE OF DAY ONE CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

CLOSE OF DAY ONE

10 May

16:30 - 18:00

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 16:30 05/10/2022 18:00 CWIEME Global Awards 2022 Join your peers to celebrate excellence from across the industry at the CWIEME Global Awards. This year’s categories include CWIEME Excellence Award, CWIEME Sustainability Leadership Award, CWIEME Lifetime Achievement Award among others all celebrating the best the industry has to offer.

The presentation ceremony begins at 4:30pm on the CWIEME Central Stage, with celebratory drinks and canapes provided. 

 
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

CWIEME Global Awards 2022

Join your peers to celebrate excellence from across the industry at the CWIEME Global Awards. This year’s categories include CWIEME Excellence Award, CWIEME Sustainability Leadership Award, CWIEME Lifetime Achievement Award among others all celebrating the best the industry has to offer.

The presentation ceremony begins at 4:30pm on the CWIEME Central Stage, with celebratory drinks and canapes provided. 

 

11 May

10:00 - 10:10

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 10:00 05/11/2022 10:10 Welcome Remarks CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Welcome Remarks

11 May

10:09 - 10:09

DIVERSITY, EQUITY & INCLUSION

11 May

10:10 - 10:15

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 10:10 05/11/2022 10:15 Keynote Speech Strengthening Europe's Commitment to Inclusion and Equality CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Keynote Speech

Strengthening Europe's Commitment to Inclusion and Equality

Speakers

Dr. Helena Dalli
First EU Commissioner for Equality , European Comission

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11 May

10:15 - 10:50

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 10:15 05/11/2022 10:50 Breakfast Debate

CWIEME DIVERSITY, EQUITY & INCLUSION

  • What kind of initiatives is the industry promoting to have a more inclusive sector?
  • What are the main obstacles and how are companies tackling barriers?
  • Hear inspirational stories from industry leaders and gain insight into what a more diverse workforce can mean for your organisation
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Breakfast Debate

CWIEME DIVERSITY, EQUITY & INCLUSION

  • What kind of initiatives is the industry promoting to have a more inclusive sector?
  • What are the main obstacles and how are companies tackling barriers?
  • Hear inspirational stories from industry leaders and gain insight into what a more diverse workforce can mean for your organisation

Moderators

Elizabeth Donnelly
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) , Women’s Engineering Society (WES)

Speakers

Javiera McGuiggan
Assistant Vice President. Global Business Leader , Cargill
Kamila Flidr
Technical Account Manager| President Altair Women in Tech EMEA ERG , Altair

Explore

11 May

10:59 - 10:59

ACCELERATING ELECTRIFICATION THROUGH SIMULATION, ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI), AND HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMPUTING (HPC)

11 May

11:00 - 11:00

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 11:00 05/11/2022 11:00 In Partnership with Altair Official Electrification Technology Partner 


As CWIEME’s official Electrification Technology Partner, Altair is hosting a dedicated technical session which will show how simulation, artificial intelligence (AI), and high-performance computing (HPC) help accelerating the electrification in various industries.  
Presentations from customers and Altair experts will follow, which will illustrate through various examples state-of-the art high-efficiency electric machine development. 

 

CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

In Partnership with Altair Official Electrification Technology Partner 


As CWIEME’s official Electrification Technology Partner, Altair is hosting a dedicated technical session which will show how simulation, artificial intelligence (AI), and high-performance computing (HPC) help accelerating the electrification in various industries.  
Presentations from customers and Altair experts will follow, which will illustrate through various examples state-of-the art high-efficiency electric machine development. 

 

11 May

11:00 - 11:15

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 11:00 05/11/2022 11:15 How the Convergence of Simulation, HPC, and AI Accelerates the Creation of a More Electric and Sustainable World
  • The use of simulation has tremendously shortened product development cycles 
  • New designs have been introduced with reduced use of physical prototypes 
  • Complex simulations can be done easily on cloud-based compute infrastructure 
  • Lately maturing AI technology gives further boost to computational product development 
  • The fast-paced introduction of electromobility benefitted from mature computational technology 
  • The convergence of simulation, AI, and HPC adds to more sustainable products and product development processes
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

How the Convergence of Simulation, HPC, and AI Accelerates the Creation of a More Electric and Sustainable World

  • The use of simulation has tremendously shortened product development cycles 
  • New designs have been introduced with reduced use of physical prototypes 
  • Complex simulations can be done easily on cloud-based compute infrastructure 
  • Lately maturing AI technology gives further boost to computational product development 
  • The fast-paced introduction of electromobility benefitted from mature computational technology 
  • The convergence of simulation, AI, and HPC adds to more sustainable products and product development processes

Speakers

Dr. Uwe Schramm
Chief Vision Officer , Altair

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11 May

11:15 - 11:35

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 11:15 05/11/2022 11:35 Leveraging Advanced Simulation Tools to Evaluate Novel Motor Topology Performance
  • EVR Motors has developed a new, innovative motor topology it calls the Trapezoidal Stator RFPM, with 3D shaped stator teeth made from soft magnetic composites
  • This patented topology enables design of motors with double the power density relative to similarly powered, state of the art radial flux motors
  • EVR’s motor was largely designed using Altair EM tools. Following prototype success, EVR R&D is continuing with Altair tools to calibrate models vs. measurements and to analyse and optimize the existing motors and numerous new motor designs
  • This presentation will review two topics, out of a long list of simulations we have performed - one dealing with iron losses under PWM excitation, the second will demonstrate rotor dimension optimization using FluxMotor & HyperStudy
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Leveraging Advanced Simulation Tools to Evaluate Novel Motor Topology Performance

  • EVR Motors has developed a new, innovative motor topology it calls the Trapezoidal Stator RFPM, with 3D shaped stator teeth made from soft magnetic composites
  • This patented topology enables design of motors with double the power density relative to similarly powered, state of the art radial flux motors
  • EVR’s motor was largely designed using Altair EM tools. Following prototype success, EVR R&D is continuing with Altair tools to calibrate models vs. measurements and to analyse and optimize the existing motors and numerous new motor designs
  • This presentation will review two topics, out of a long list of simulations we have performed - one dealing with iron losses under PWM excitation, the second will demonstrate rotor dimension optimization using FluxMotor & HyperStudy

Speakers

Kobi Ingram
Electrical & Control Engineer , EVR Motors

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11 May

11:35 - 11:55

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 11:35 05/11/2022 11:55 Multi-disciplinary Design Optimization: Exploring the Pareto-Front
  • To design our next-gen of innovative and affordable electric powertrains, the availability of a multi-disciplinary design platform is of key importance 
  • With such a platform, Punch Powertrain is able to make trade-offs between a multitude of design criteria, including performance, cost, efficiency, thermals, structural integrity and NVH 
  • For a given set of design requirements and constraints, Pareto-fronts can be generated and explored to find the most suitable solution(s) 
  • To perform the required calculations, the simulation process leans strongly on efficient parallelization of the analysis effort 
  • Altair Flux plays a major role in this process, and in particular in the electromagnetic analysis of the motor design 
  • During the presentation, an overview will be given of the main features and capabilities of the developed optimization platform 
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Multi-disciplinary Design Optimization: Exploring the Pareto-Front

  • To design our next-gen of innovative and affordable electric powertrains, the availability of a multi-disciplinary design platform is of key importance 
  • With such a platform, Punch Powertrain is able to make trade-offs between a multitude of design criteria, including performance, cost, efficiency, thermals, structural integrity and NVH 
  • For a given set of design requirements and constraints, Pareto-fronts can be generated and explored to find the most suitable solution(s) 
  • To perform the required calculations, the simulation process leans strongly on efficient parallelization of the analysis effort 
  • Altair Flux plays a major role in this process, and in particular in the electromagnetic analysis of the motor design 
  • During the presentation, an overview will be given of the main features and capabilities of the developed optimization platform 

Speakers

Dr. Ruud Sprangers
Advanced Technology Engineer , Punch Powertrain

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11 May

11:55 - 12:15

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 11:55 05/11/2022 12:15 Designing e-Motors for the Koenigsegg Gemera's Record-breaking Goals

Founded in 1994 by Christian von Koenigsegg, Koenigsegg Automotive AB is a world leader in engineering and manufacturing of ultimate performance megacars and cutting-edge mobility technologies. 

  • Developed for the Gemera 4-seater megacar, the electric motor called the Quark, is a tiny powerhouse 
  • The Quark deploys up to 250kW and 600Nm, all in a package of 32kg. The peak power and torque figures are available for 20 seconds, which will help push the Gemera up to its top speed of 400km/h 
  • The design of the Quark optimizes axial-flux design by harnessing radial-flux leakage to augment the total output of the motor, thus offering a good balance between power and torque 
  • Cutting edge motors require cutting edge software. Therefore, Koenigsegg has chosen to use Altair Flux for electromagnetic design. We have pushed the limits of software and hardware to find the best in electromagnetic performance and efficiency by using a number of levers available in Flux 
  • From refining the parts flux paths, geometry, to testing numerous soft and hard magnetic materials and winding configurations. The result is a motor that exceeded initial targets and is industry-leading in terms of power and torque density 
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Designing e-Motors for the Koenigsegg Gemera's Record-breaking Goals

Founded in 1994 by Christian von Koenigsegg, Koenigsegg Automotive AB is a world leader in engineering and manufacturing of ultimate performance megacars and cutting-edge mobility technologies. 

  • Developed for the Gemera 4-seater megacar, the electric motor called the Quark, is a tiny powerhouse 
  • The Quark deploys up to 250kW and 600Nm, all in a package of 32kg. The peak power and torque figures are available for 20 seconds, which will help push the Gemera up to its top speed of 400km/h 
  • The design of the Quark optimizes axial-flux design by harnessing radial-flux leakage to augment the total output of the motor, thus offering a good balance between power and torque 
  • Cutting edge motors require cutting edge software. Therefore, Koenigsegg has chosen to use Altair Flux for electromagnetic design. We have pushed the limits of software and hardware to find the best in electromagnetic performance and efficiency by using a number of levers available in Flux 
  • From refining the parts flux paths, geometry, to testing numerous soft and hard magnetic materials and winding configurations. The result is a motor that exceeded initial targets and is industry-leading in terms of power and torque density 

Speakers

Dragos-Mihai Postariu
Electric Motors Design Lead , Koenigsegg Automotive

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11 May

12:15 - 12:30

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 12:15 05/11/2022 12:30 Panel Discussion

In this panel discussion, our session presenters and other selected customers will discuss the Future of simulation- and data-driven design of electric motors and drives

CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Panel Discussion

In this panel discussion, our session presenters and other selected customers will discuss the Future of simulation- and data-driven design of electric motors and drives

Moderators

Vincent Leconte
Senior Director of Business Development- Electromechanical Solutions , Altair

Speakers

Dr. Ruud Sprangers
Advanced Technology Engineer , Punch Powertrain
Dragos-Mihai Postariu
Electric Motors Design Lead , Koenigsegg Automotive
Kobi Ingram
Electrical & Control Engineer , EVR Motors

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11 May

12:39 - 12:39

MATERIAL INNOVATIONS & ADVANCEMENTS   - MAGNETS & TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS

11 May

12:40 - 13:10

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 12:40 05/11/2022 13:10 What does the Tg of ARALDITE® and ARATHANE® thermosets mean for EV applications?
  • Epoxy resins enjoy wide popularity among electronics industries due to their excellent electrical and mechanical properties, as well as their ability to offer protection against chemicals and elevated temperatures
  • The Tg can act as a very powerful (and also misleading) physical quantity to describe those epoxy and polyurethane resins
  • The Tg of ARALDITE® and ARATHANE® products ranges from -60°C to +200°C. We will introduce typical EV applications like batteries, stators and rotors and explain how to select the right insulation resin

 

In Partnership with Huntsman Advanced Materials

CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

What does the Tg of ARALDITE® and ARATHANE® thermosets mean for EV applications?

  • Epoxy resins enjoy wide popularity among electronics industries due to their excellent electrical and mechanical properties, as well as their ability to offer protection against chemicals and elevated temperatures
  • The Tg can act as a very powerful (and also misleading) physical quantity to describe those epoxy and polyurethane resins
  • The Tg of ARALDITE® and ARATHANE® products ranges from -60°C to +200°C. We will introduce typical EV applications like batteries, stators and rotors and explain how to select the right insulation resin

 

In Partnership with Huntsman Advanced Materials

Speakers

Dr. Florian Gnaedinger
Sales Leader E-Mobility & Automotive Electronics , Huntsman Advanced Materials

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11 May

13:30 - 14:00

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 13:30 05/11/2022 14:00 A New Proposal of Magnet Wire for Essex Furukawa: New Products Aimed at High Performance and Carbon Neutral
  • Constantly developing new winding wires for the future with high functionality and products that are carbon neutral. In this presentation, Essex Furukawa will propose:
    • The new insulating material
    • The magnet wire specialized for electrical properties

 

In Partnership with Essex Furukawa

CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

A New Proposal of Magnet Wire for Essex Furukawa: New Products Aimed at High Performance and Carbon Neutral

  • Constantly developing new winding wires for the future with high functionality and products that are carbon neutral. In this presentation, Essex Furukawa will propose:
    • The new insulating material
    • The magnet wire specialized for electrical properties

 

In Partnership with Essex Furukawa

Speakers

Masakazu (Mike) Mesaki
Global R&D, Senior Vice president , Essex Furukawa
Matthew E. Leach
Global New Product Introduction and Innovation, Vice President , Essex Furukawa

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11 May

14:10 - 14:40

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 14:10 05/11/2022 14:40 Holistic Approach of Process and Resin Influence on Electric Lifetime Expectation of an E-drive Motor
  • To learn and master the interaction between resin chemistry and process-knowledge and how both are affecting the life expectation of an e-drive motor in the automotive environment
  • A charge of 21 hairpin stators have been trickle-impregnated with different next generation resin types. To cover the end-winding and to prove a certain level of heat dissipation the technology of end-winding potting in an air bubble free encapsulation process was used
  • Stators are tested with electrical and thermal test methods to distinguish the influence on the lifetime and deep understanding which chemistry with which process parameters can provide longer life expectations of next generation electric e-Drive machines especially with the outlook into 800V platforms

 

In Partnership with bdtronic and VonRoll

CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Holistic Approach of Process and Resin Influence on Electric Lifetime Expectation of an E-drive Motor

  • To learn and master the interaction between resin chemistry and process-knowledge and how both are affecting the life expectation of an e-drive motor in the automotive environment
  • A charge of 21 hairpin stators have been trickle-impregnated with different next generation resin types. To cover the end-winding and to prove a certain level of heat dissipation the technology of end-winding potting in an air bubble free encapsulation process was used
  • Stators are tested with electrical and thermal test methods to distinguish the influence on the lifetime and deep understanding which chemistry with which process parameters can provide longer life expectations of next generation electric e-Drive machines especially with the outlook into 800V platforms

 

In Partnership with bdtronic and VonRoll

Speakers

Alexander Neumann
Head of Business Line , VonRoll
Andy Jorissen
Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) , bdtronic

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11 May

14:50 - 15:20

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 14:50 05/11/2022 15:20 The Third Generation of NdFeB Magnets: 3D GBD
  • Reduce, Re-use, Recycle are buzzwords flying around all markets today; JLMAG is championing technologies in all three categories. In answer to the reduce part of the equation, JLMAG is presenting the Third Generation of NdFeB Magnets: 3D GBD
  • Conventional GBD was already a game-changer, strongly reducing Heavy Rare Earth usage while still maintaining a high level of coercivity. This has paved the way for many technologies unthinkable in the past
  • With the new era 3D GBD will bring, technical boundaries will be pushed further once more
  • By applying the HRE exclusively where it is needed, a significant potential for cost saving is realised. Furthermore, it brings previously unachievable performance into reach

 

In Partnership with JL Mag

CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

The Third Generation of NdFeB Magnets: 3D GBD

  • Reduce, Re-use, Recycle are buzzwords flying around all markets today; JLMAG is championing technologies in all three categories. In answer to the reduce part of the equation, JLMAG is presenting the Third Generation of NdFeB Magnets: 3D GBD
  • Conventional GBD was already a game-changer, strongly reducing Heavy Rare Earth usage while still maintaining a high level of coercivity. This has paved the way for many technologies unthinkable in the past
  • With the new era 3D GBD will bring, technical boundaries will be pushed further once more
  • By applying the HRE exclusively where it is needed, a significant potential for cost saving is realised. Furthermore, it brings previously unachievable performance into reach

 

In Partnership with JL Mag

Speakers

Dr. Alexander Furgeri
Group Magnet & Magnetic-systems Expert , JL Mag

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11 May

15:30 - 16:00

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 15:30 05/11/2022 16:00 Success Stories of Adhesives and Thermally Conductive Potting Compound for Different Application Areas in an Electric Motor
  • Magnet bonding rotor success stories overcoming challenges in order to fulfil the application and process requirements.
  • E-Motor, battery and power electronics success stories fulfilling an improved heat dissipation 
  • Benefits to be achieved by using Kisling adhesives and thermally conductive potting compounds and process consultancy and on-site support   
  • Insight into current developments (PU gap filler & high Tg PU potting compound) 

 

In Partnership with Kisling

CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Success Stories of Adhesives and Thermally Conductive Potting Compound for Different Application Areas in an Electric Motor

  • Magnet bonding rotor success stories overcoming challenges in order to fulfil the application and process requirements.
  • E-Motor, battery and power electronics success stories fulfilling an improved heat dissipation 
  • Benefits to be achieved by using Kisling adhesives and thermally conductive potting compounds and process consultancy and on-site support   
  • Insight into current developments (PU gap filler & high Tg PU potting compound) 

 

In Partnership with Kisling

Speakers

Dr. Michael Karcher
Head of Market Management & Application Technology , Kisling

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11 May

16:10 - 16:40

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 16:10 05/11/2022 16:40 Laser Scribing for Grain Oriented Electrical Steel
  • Among the several techniques which aim to produce a constantly better grain oriented electrical steel, laser scribing is the technique which attracted the greatest interest in the field of steel industry.
  • Laser scribing is a clean, fast, stable and non-contact technique which ensures a reduction of the core loss up to 10% and, at the same time, does not affect the integrity of the sheet coating.
  • In this presentation we will investigate the important parameters that regulate the laser scribing process in a real production line and their basic physical explanations.

In Partnership with Castellini Officine Meccaniche 
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Laser Scribing for Grain Oriented Electrical Steel

  • Among the several techniques which aim to produce a constantly better grain oriented electrical steel, laser scribing is the technique which attracted the greatest interest in the field of steel industry.
  • Laser scribing is a clean, fast, stable and non-contact technique which ensures a reduction of the core loss up to 10% and, at the same time, does not affect the integrity of the sheet coating.
  • In this presentation we will investigate the important parameters that regulate the laser scribing process in a real production line and their basic physical explanations.

In Partnership with Castellini Officine Meccaniche 

Speakers

Simone Peli
Research and Development Scientist , Castellini Officine Meccaniche

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11 May

16:40 - 16:40

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 16:40 05/11/2022 16:40 CLOSE OF DAY TWO CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

CLOSE OF DAY TWO

12 May

10:00 - 10:10

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/12/2022 10:00 05/12/2022 10:10 Opening Remarks CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Opening Remarks

12 May

10:10 - 10:10

MOTOR & DRIVE SYSTEMS

12 May

10:10 - 10:40

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/12/2022 10:10 05/12/2022 10:40 HaPiPro²: Product and Production Concepts for the Variant-flexible Hairpin Stator Production - Excerpts from a Research Project
  • Hairpin stator and production process concepts about variant flexibility and process stability
  • Holistic process assessment from wire forming to secondary insulation
  • Joint establishment of a production infrastructure for variant flexible prototyping
  • Impressions of the industry partners - advantages of participation in a research project
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

HaPiPro²: Product and Production Concepts for the Variant-flexible Hairpin Stator Production - Excerpts from a Research Project

  • Hairpin stator and production process concepts about variant flexibility and process stability
  • Holistic process assessment from wire forming to secondary insulation
  • Joint establishment of a production infrastructure for variant flexible prototyping
  • Impressions of the industry partners - advantages of participation in a research project

Speakers

Christian Stäck
Research Assistant Electric Drive Production , Production Engineering of E-Mobility Components (PEM) - RWTH Aachen University
Dr. Ing. Bernhard Burkhart
Head of R&D and Support , Engiro GmbH

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12 May

10:50 - 11:20

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/12/2022 10:50 05/12/2022 11:20 High-tech Adhesives: Solutions for E-Mobility
  • Bonding technology is key to improve the performance of e-motors. When it comes to harsh requirements with high temperatures and stress due to rotational forces, high-tech adhesives can protect and reliably bond parts like magnets
  • New materials developed by DELO provide maximum strength over the complete temperature range of use up to +180 °C
  • These products not only ensure an increase in the performance, but also fast and efficient processes

 

In partnership with

CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

High-tech Adhesives: Solutions for E-Mobility

  • Bonding technology is key to improve the performance of e-motors. When it comes to harsh requirements with high temperatures and stress due to rotational forces, high-tech adhesives can protect and reliably bond parts like magnets
  • New materials developed by DELO provide maximum strength over the complete temperature range of use up to +180 °C
  • These products not only ensure an increase in the performance, but also fast and efficient processes

 

In partnership with

Speakers

Roman Schilcher
Product Manager , DELO Industrial Adhesives

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12 May

11:30 - 11:30

INDUSTRY 4.0’s

12 May

11:30 - 12:00

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/12/2022 11:30 05/12/2022 12:00 Robotic Coil Winding: Bringing the Benefits of Automation
  • Coil winding methods broadly occupy two extremes: high-speed, highly automated but relatively inflexible solutions for mass production at one end; and semi-automated or manual processes for low volume and prototyping
  • Bringing the benefits of automation to lower volume coil manufacture could offer several advantages, firstly in reducing costs through improved productivity, but also in providing increased process reliability and greater traceability for high performance applications
  • Experimentally demonstrate a six-axis industrial robot manipulator with a custom end-effector as the basis of a flexible needle winding machine. We present the cell design, initial results on concentrated coils and report cycle times.
CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

Robotic Coil Winding: Bringing the Benefits of Automation

  • Coil winding methods broadly occupy two extremes: high-speed, highly automated but relatively inflexible solutions for mass production at one end; and semi-automated or manual processes for low volume and prototyping
  • Bringing the benefits of automation to lower volume coil manufacture could offer several advantages, firstly in reducing costs through improved productivity, but also in providing increased process reliability and greater traceability for high performance applications
  • Experimentally demonstrate a six-axis industrial robot manipulator with a custom end-effector as the basis of a flexible needle winding machine. We present the cell design, initial results on concentrated coils and report cycle times.

Speakers

Gianmarco Pisanelli
Tech Lead- Novel Robotics , Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) Factory

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12 May

12:00 - 12:00

CWIEME Central Stage


Add to calendar 05/12/2022 12:00 05/12/2022 12:00 CLOSE OF DAY THREE AND CWIEME BERLIN 2022 CWIEME Central Stage Europe/London

CWIEME Central Stage

CLOSE OF DAY THREE AND CWIEME BERLIN 2022

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage

10 May

10:00 - 10:05

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 10:00 05/10/2022 10:05 CWIEME Welcoming Speech CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

CWIEME Welcoming Speech

10 May

10:05 - 10:05

E- MOBILITY: GLOBAL MARKET ANALYSIS, ECONOMIC TRENDS, AND INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

10 May

10:05 - 10:30

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 10:05 05/10/2022 10:30 Keynote Speech

Mobility in Change: Concepts for the Future

This session will cover:

  • Comprehensive insight into the maturity of the transformation towards new mobility solutions 
  • Deep dive into the necessary key components 
  • Arising challenges within manufacturing 
  • Solutions for tackling and overcoming these challenges 
CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Keynote Speech

Mobility in Change: Concepts for the Future

This session will cover:

  • Comprehensive insight into the maturity of the transformation towards new mobility solutions 
  • Deep dive into the necessary key components 
  • Arising challenges within manufacturing 
  • Solutions for tackling and overcoming these challenges 

Speakers

Mario Kehrer
Chief Engineer , Production Engineering of E-Mobility Components (PEM) - RWTH Aachen University

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10 May

10:40 - 11:20

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 10:40 05/10/2022 11:20 Panel Discussion

Government Policies and Regulations Promoting E-Mobility

  • This session will look at key government policies and regulations promoting e-mobility and look to provide answers to the following questions:
  • What are the strategies that different Governments are following to promote E- Mobility
  • Government subsidies and other grants to promote E- Mobility? Or policy based?
  • What are the challenges for the sector? How is the industry coping with all the changing requirements?
CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Panel Discussion

Government Policies and Regulations Promoting E-Mobility

  • This session will look at key government policies and regulations promoting e-mobility and look to provide answers to the following questions:
  • What are the strategies that different Governments are following to promote E- Mobility
  • Government subsidies and other grants to promote E- Mobility? Or policy based?
  • What are the challenges for the sector? How is the industry coping with all the changing requirements?

Moderators

Théo Fievet
Coordinator , The Platform for Electromobility

Speakers

Pedro Gomes
Project Manager and Coordinator| WC Clean Vehicles & Air Quality , Polis Network
Petar Georgiev
Head of Strategy and Partnerships , Ampeco

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10 May

11:30 - 12:00

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 11:30 05/10/2022 12:00 Technology and Global Supply Chain: Trends for Driveline Components on Hybrid and Fully Electric Vehicles
  • As the growth of electrification technology intensifies globally, we will explore driveline technology in all forms of hybrid electric vehicles based on IHS Markit's global light duty automotive research.
  • Analyse technical trends of electric motors based on the vehicle's PX definition, attempting to look into technical specifications such as type of motor, it's function, location, integration level amongst other technical features
  • Explore the cooling methods associated with these electric motors and systems
  • Look at how traditional driveline technology such as power transfer units will continue to play their role in the global market
CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Technology and Global Supply Chain: Trends for Driveline Components on Hybrid and Fully Electric Vehicles

  • As the growth of electrification technology intensifies globally, we will explore driveline technology in all forms of hybrid electric vehicles based on IHS Markit's global light duty automotive research.
  • Analyse technical trends of electric motors based on the vehicle's PX definition, attempting to look into technical specifications such as type of motor, it's function, location, integration level amongst other technical features
  • Explore the cooling methods associated with these electric motors and systems
  • Look at how traditional driveline technology such as power transfer units will continue to play their role in the global market

Speakers

Claudio Vittori
Associate Manager | Supply Chain & Technology Group | E-Mobility Components Research , S&P Global Mobility

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10 May

12:10 - 12:10

COMPONENT INNOVATIONS: PERFORMANCE, DESIGN & SUSTAINABILITY

10 May

12:10 - 12:30

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 12:10 05/10/2022 12:30 High-Rate Laser Ablation for E-mobility
  • The focused laser beam will be used to vaporise material or to perform a surface treatment. One application is the local ablation of isolating coatings from copper hair pins using high power continuous wave laser beam sources
  • The challenge are targeted ablation rates of more than 1,000 mm2/s, the high pro-duction requirements for the hair pin production as well as the specific optical design for high reflective materials, like copper
  • Control solutions and outlook for further use cases of laser processes using high dynamic beam deflection units
CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

High-Rate Laser Ablation for E-mobility

  • The focused laser beam will be used to vaporise material or to perform a surface treatment. One application is the local ablation of isolating coatings from copper hair pins using high power continuous wave laser beam sources
  • The challenge are targeted ablation rates of more than 1,000 mm2/s, the high pro-duction requirements for the hair pin production as well as the specific optical design for high reflective materials, like copper
  • Control solutions and outlook for further use cases of laser processes using high dynamic beam deflection units

Speakers

Peter Rauscher
Group Manager High Speed Laser Processing , Fraunhofer Institute Material and Beam Technology IWS

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10 May

13:30 - 14:00

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 13:30 05/10/2022 14:00 Highly Efficient, Power Dense and Sustainable Traction Motor Designs: iCARe® 420 Save Higher-Strength Low-Loss Electrical Steels
  • ArcelorMittal’s iCARe® 420 Save electrical steel grades offer high yield strength levels - guaranteed above 420 MPa - without affecting its magnetic properties for traction motor applications
  • ArcelorMittal’s iCARe® 420 Save grade is the ideal choice to simultaneously provide a higher yield strength and a higher fatigue limit necessary for optimum rotor designs, as well as low magnetic losses in a wide frequency range for both stator and rotor core components.
  • These properties enable optimal motor designs, resulting in higher energy savings, increased motor compactness, and/or more sustainable designs – with a reduced usage of copper and rare-earth permanent magnets.
  • Case studies to illustrate the added value of iCARe® 420 Save grades along different axes of sustainable traction motor design for e-mobility applications

 

In Partnership with ArcelorMittal

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Highly Efficient, Power Dense and Sustainable Traction Motor Designs: iCARe® 420 Save Higher-Strength Low-Loss Electrical Steels

  • ArcelorMittal’s iCARe® 420 Save electrical steel grades offer high yield strength levels - guaranteed above 420 MPa - without affecting its magnetic properties for traction motor applications
  • ArcelorMittal’s iCARe® 420 Save grade is the ideal choice to simultaneously provide a higher yield strength and a higher fatigue limit necessary for optimum rotor designs, as well as low magnetic losses in a wide frequency range for both stator and rotor core components.
  • These properties enable optimal motor designs, resulting in higher energy savings, increased motor compactness, and/or more sustainable designs – with a reduced usage of copper and rare-earth permanent magnets.
  • Case studies to illustrate the added value of iCARe® 420 Save grades along different axes of sustainable traction motor design for e-mobility applications

 

In Partnership with ArcelorMittal

Speakers

Dr. Ahmed Abdallh
Research Engineer Electromagnetic applications , ArcelorMittal
Dr. Lode Vandenbossche
Development Engineer Electrical Steels , ArcelorMittal

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10 May

14:10 - 14:40

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 14:10 05/10/2022 14:40 Increase Cu Slot Fill and Improved Thermal Performance of eMotors: Solvay's Ajedium™ PEEK Slot liners
  • For eMotor designers, small improvements in power and efficiency can have real world tangible benefits like weight savings and increased range
  • Solvay has been working with eMotor designers to evaluate Ajedium™ PEEK slot liners effectiveness as a high voltage, high temperature slot insulation material for eMotors in electric vehicles
  • EV industry shifts from 400 volt systems to 800 volts or higher, it's clear that traditional paper and paper laminates are not optimised for these new environments
  • Ajedium™ PEEK slot liners can help bridge this gap by offering similar electrical and mechanical performance at much lower thicknesses, in some cases this can be decreased by as much as ⅔ the thickness of incumbent solutions
  • Ajedium™ PEEK slot liners have improved thermal conductivity, more than 3x that of current laminated and paper systems to help reduce the overall e.motor temperature

 

In Partnership with Solvay Materials

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Increase Cu Slot Fill and Improved Thermal Performance of eMotors: Solvay's Ajedium™ PEEK Slot liners

  • For eMotor designers, small improvements in power and efficiency can have real world tangible benefits like weight savings and increased range
  • Solvay has been working with eMotor designers to evaluate Ajedium™ PEEK slot liners effectiveness as a high voltage, high temperature slot insulation material for eMotors in electric vehicles
  • EV industry shifts from 400 volt systems to 800 volts or higher, it's clear that traditional paper and paper laminates are not optimised for these new environments
  • Ajedium™ PEEK slot liners can help bridge this gap by offering similar electrical and mechanical performance at much lower thicknesses, in some cases this can be decreased by as much as ⅔ the thickness of incumbent solutions
  • Ajedium™ PEEK slot liners have improved thermal conductivity, more than 3x that of current laminated and paper systems to help reduce the overall e.motor temperature

 

In Partnership with Solvay Materials

Speakers

Dr. DeeDee Smith
E-mobility Marketing Manager , Solvay Materials

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10 May

14:50 - 15:20

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 14:50 05/10/2022 15:20 One Logic For E-Motor Production from Drive Control and PLC to Vision and Measurement Technology
  • Traction motors for electric vehicles are currently being built using hairpin technology.  
    • Examples include the VW ID.3 and ID.4, the Porsche Taycan, and the Audi e-tron. Unlike conventional winding technology, production with hairpin technology is essentially an assembly process and requires fast cycle times from the control technology.
  • With PC-based control from Beckhoff, these fast cycle times can be achieved in plants with different machine modules that carry out the individual production steps. It is essential to have a continuous data set from the sensor to the cloud complete with timestamps. The integration of all control functions, such as the PLC, motion control, vision, and measurement technology, into a single platform is fundamental for optimum synchronization.  
  • Beckhoff lays the foundations for high-performance plant engineering with its flexible and scalable systems that can be parametrized and programmed in a single engineering tool. This makes it possible to produce high-quality stators with hairpins in the shortest possible time.
     

In Partnership with Beckhoff Automation

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

One Logic For E-Motor Production from Drive Control and PLC to Vision and Measurement Technology

  • Traction motors for electric vehicles are currently being built using hairpin technology.  
    • Examples include the VW ID.3 and ID.4, the Porsche Taycan, and the Audi e-tron. Unlike conventional winding technology, production with hairpin technology is essentially an assembly process and requires fast cycle times from the control technology.
  • With PC-based control from Beckhoff, these fast cycle times can be achieved in plants with different machine modules that carry out the individual production steps. It is essential to have a continuous data set from the sensor to the cloud complete with timestamps. The integration of all control functions, such as the PLC, motion control, vision, and measurement technology, into a single platform is fundamental for optimum synchronization.  
  • Beckhoff lays the foundations for high-performance plant engineering with its flexible and scalable systems that can be parametrized and programmed in a single engineering tool. This makes it possible to produce high-quality stators with hairpins in the shortest possible time.
     

In Partnership with Beckhoff Automation

Speakers

Tilman Plaß
Industry Manager Automotive , Beckhoff Automation

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10 May

15:30 - 16:00

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 15:30 05/10/2022 16:00 Fully Automated Optimisation Engine for Advanced Modular Motor Platform Studies
  • In close cooperation, ZF and Altair have developed a unique environment based on Altair e-Motor Director to support the synthesis of complete e-motor platforms. From previously calculated design of experiments (DoEs) and given requirements, an attempt is made to find a platform that meets all requirements and at the same time keeps costs low by using identical parts that can be reused in the individual e-motors.
  • In principle, it would be possible to build each motor from as many identical parts as possible, which would lead to a low- cost platform, but the requirements cannot be optimally met.  
  • It would also be possible to optimise all motors only to the requirements, regardless of identical parts. That would lead to the optimum in terms of meeting the requirements but would not be a good solution in terms of costs, since all the parts for an e- motor must be specially manufactured.
  • The aim of this developed environment is to find the optimum between these two extremes by counting the number of identical parts and also weighting them depending on the costs.
  • The finally found e-motor platform now represents the trade-off in terms of meeting the requirements while at the same time increasing the number of identical parts and thus reducing costs.

 

In Partnership with Altair Official Electrification Technology Partner

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Fully Automated Optimisation Engine for Advanced Modular Motor Platform Studies

  • In close cooperation, ZF and Altair have developed a unique environment based on Altair e-Motor Director to support the synthesis of complete e-motor platforms. From previously calculated design of experiments (DoEs) and given requirements, an attempt is made to find a platform that meets all requirements and at the same time keeps costs low by using identical parts that can be reused in the individual e-motors.
  • In principle, it would be possible to build each motor from as many identical parts as possible, which would lead to a low- cost platform, but the requirements cannot be optimally met.  
  • It would also be possible to optimise all motors only to the requirements, regardless of identical parts. That would lead to the optimum in terms of meeting the requirements but would not be a good solution in terms of costs, since all the parts for an e- motor must be specially manufactured.
  • The aim of this developed environment is to find the optimum between these two extremes by counting the number of identical parts and also weighting them depending on the costs.
  • The finally found e-motor platform now represents the trade-off in terms of meeting the requirements while at the same time increasing the number of identical parts and thus reducing costs.

 

In Partnership with Altair Official Electrification Technology Partner

Speakers

Dr. Lars Fredriksson
Senior VP – Strategic Solutions , Altair
Michael Heroth
Doctoral Researcher and Development Engineer Electric Drive , ZF Group

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10 May

16:00 - 16:00

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/10/2022 16:00 05/10/2022 16:00 CLOSE OF DAY ONE CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

CLOSE OF DAY ONE

11 May

10:00 - 10:10

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 10:00 05/11/2022 10:10 Welcome Remarks CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Welcome Remarks

11 May

10:10 - 10:10

SPECIAL VEHICLES ELECTRIFICATION

11 May

10:10 - 10:40

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 10:10 05/11/2022 10:40 Market Overview of Buses and Trucks Electrification
  • Global truck and bus market landscape
  • Evolving targets of automotive OEMs and their impact on the commercial vehicle market
  • Impact of electrification in transport sector by private and public entity carbon-neutrality targets
  • Global initiatives accelerating the transition towards electric bus and truck adoption
  • Comparison between the electrification and adoption rates of different truck and bus classes/weight segments
CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Market Overview of Buses and Trucks Electrification

  • Global truck and bus market landscape
  • Evolving targets of automotive OEMs and their impact on the commercial vehicle market
  • Impact of electrification in transport sector by private and public entity carbon-neutrality targets
  • Global initiatives accelerating the transition towards electric bus and truck adoption
  • Comparison between the electrification and adoption rates of different truck and bus classes/weight segments

Speakers

Michael Sheppard
Chief Executive Officer , Power Technology Research (PTR)

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11 May

10:50 - 10:50

COMPONENT INNOVATIONS: PERFORMANCE, DESIGN & SUSTAINABILITY

11 May

10:50 - 11:20

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 10:50 05/11/2022 11:20 E-Mobility Motors: Two Technologies Rare Earth-Free
  • The demand for neodymium is expected to grow by 6% annually over the period to 2030, which leads to a significant gap in supply by the end of the decade
  • Are there enough resources to meet the growing demand and to enable the high uptake of EVs in the coming decades?
  • The  ReFreeDrive project funded by the European Commission Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme has pushed the boundary of two motor technologies which do not use any critical raw material:
    • Induction with copper rotor (both die-cast and fabricated versions) and synchronous reluctance (either assisted with ferrite magnets or without).
  • Advanced design and multiple innovations introduced: optimised electrical steels, special copper alloys, new manufacturing methods, hairpin winding, innovative cooling
CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

E-Mobility Motors: Two Technologies Rare Earth-Free

  • The demand for neodymium is expected to grow by 6% annually over the period to 2030, which leads to a significant gap in supply by the end of the decade
  • Are there enough resources to meet the growing demand and to enable the high uptake of EVs in the coming decades?
  • The  ReFreeDrive project funded by the European Commission Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme has pushed the boundary of two motor technologies which do not use any critical raw material:
    • Induction with copper rotor (both die-cast and fabricated versions) and synchronous reluctance (either assisted with ferrite magnets or without).
  • Advanced design and multiple innovations introduced: optimised electrical steels, special copper alloys, new manufacturing methods, hairpin winding, innovative cooling

Speakers

Misa (Micha) Milosavljevic
Project Leader – Electric Powertrain Components and Systems , IFP Energies Nouvelles
Péter Szilágyi
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) , Breuckmann eMobility GmbH
Tomas Jezdinsky
Market Research Consultant , International Copper Association

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11 May

11:30 - 12:00

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 11:30 05/11/2022 12:00 Unlocking EV Performance Improvement: Motor Optimisation Using Torque Dense Materials and Advanced Powertrain Technology
  • Higher power and torque density in advanced electric motors for land, air, and naval electric vehicles, along with increased efficiency are of key importance to improve the vehicle performance
  • Recent advancements in the processing of thin laminated stator and rotor stacks have been paramount in enabling optimal motor performance.
  • Examples of power dense and high efficiency motors using high performance soft magnetic alloys will be presented in detail:
  • High induction, high permeability, and low loss soft magnetic stator and rotor materials to increase the torque and power density of the motor in combination with improved efficiency
  • Various options will be presented to realise the torque and power benefits by about 15-35% using such high-performance material solutions vs. current technology
  • These high-performance motors can result in improved electric vehicle performance such as higher acceleration, improved range, higher payload capacity, and increased space

 

In Partnership with Carpenter Technology

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Unlocking EV Performance Improvement: Motor Optimisation Using Torque Dense Materials and Advanced Powertrain Technology

  • Higher power and torque density in advanced electric motors for land, air, and naval electric vehicles, along with increased efficiency are of key importance to improve the vehicle performance
  • Recent advancements in the processing of thin laminated stator and rotor stacks have been paramount in enabling optimal motor performance.
  • Examples of power dense and high efficiency motors using high performance soft magnetic alloys will be presented in detail:
  • High induction, high permeability, and low loss soft magnetic stator and rotor materials to increase the torque and power density of the motor in combination with improved efficiency
  • Various options will be presented to realise the torque and power benefits by about 15-35% using such high-performance material solutions vs. current technology
  • These high-performance motors can result in improved electric vehicle performance such as higher acceleration, improved range, higher payload capacity, and increased space

 

In Partnership with Carpenter Technology

Speakers

Dr. Nir Vaks
Global Director of Carpenter Electrification & Leader of the Soft Magnetics Centre of Excellence and Technology Center , Carpenter Technology

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11 May

12:10 - 12:40

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 12:10 05/11/2022 12:40 Direct, Permanent Magnet Rotor Temperature Measurement for e-motors

The presentation introduces the sensor technology, shows first application examples both on the engine test bench and for real on road drives.

  • Benefits of permanent measurement of the rotor or magnet temperature in test bench, test driving and real driving operation will be discussed:
  • To ensure the protection of the magnets in the rotor and to avoid thermal damage
  • To maximise power utilisation and minimise (thermal) reserves (avoid derating, reduce the share of rare earth)
  • To further improve the accuracy of the torque and thus to increase the efficiency in the driving cycle
  • To enable torque monitoring with sufficient accuracy to guarantee functional safety

 

In Partnership with pro-micron GmbH

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Direct, Permanent Magnet Rotor Temperature Measurement for e-motors

The presentation introduces the sensor technology, shows first application examples both on the engine test bench and for real on road drives.

  • Benefits of permanent measurement of the rotor or magnet temperature in test bench, test driving and real driving operation will be discussed:
  • To ensure the protection of the magnets in the rotor and to avoid thermal damage
  • To maximise power utilisation and minimise (thermal) reserves (avoid derating, reduce the share of rare earth)
  • To further improve the accuracy of the torque and thus to increase the efficiency in the driving cycle
  • To enable torque monitoring with sufficient accuracy to guarantee functional safety

 

In Partnership with pro-micron GmbH

Speakers

Bernd Cebulski
Team Manager E- Machine Design , IAV GmbH
Dr. Rainer Wunderlich
Chief Technology Officer (CTO) , pro-micron GmbH

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11 May

12:50 - 13:20

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage


Add to calendar 05/11/2022 12:50 05/11/2022 13:20 Special Alloys for E-Mobility Application: Improvement of Electric Motor Performance and Efficiency
  • Simulations on a sports car powertrain with a 335 kW motor and using FeSi and FeCo alloys
  • Analysis of the results obtained comparing classic FeSi material and AFK502 grade, which contains 49% cobalt, and how it enables a significant increase in the performance of the simulated powertrain
  • Results obtained using AFK502 demonstrate that increases the power density of the motor over what can be achieved using an FeSi grade. This allows for a weight savings on the overall system, which increases the vehicle’s range
  • Comparison between 18% cobalt grade, AFK18, to FeS, and how this special alloy provides increased efficiency to the electrical machines at a lower cost

 

In Partnership with Aperam

CWIEME E-Mobility Stage Europe/London

CWIEME E-MOBILITY STAGE

Special Alloys for E-Mobility Application: