Dr. Ahmed Abdallh

Research Engineer Electromagnetic applications ArcelorMittal

Ahmed Abdallh received the Master of Science degree in electrical engineering from Cairo University, Egypt in 2006, and the Ph.D. degree in electromechanical engineering from Ghent University, Belgium, in 2012. Then, Ahmed joined Flanders Make research centre for the manufacturing industry, where he focused on the electrification of vehicle and industrial drivetrains. Since 2019, he has joined ArcelorMittal global R&D in Gent as an electromagnetic research engineer where he is conducting research on electromagnetic applications of electrical steels in different domains.


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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

Tuesday 10 May 13:30 - 14:00 Room 1

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

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