Frédéric Godard

Development Manager Aperam Alloys Imphy

Frédéric Godard, Dipl. ing, is Development Manager for Aperam Alloys Imphy (France) and has been with Aperam Marketing & Development Team for 6 years, after various experiences namely in automotive industry.
He has been instrumental in the management of global development projects, from the technical specifications to mass production. He works cross-functionally with R&D to design innovative materials, in particular in the field of Iron-Cobalt alloys and more globally on soft-magnetics materials such as Nickel alloys.
 


Full Agenda Sessions

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

Wednesday 11 May 12:50 - 13:20 Room 1

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

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