Simone Peli

Research and Development Scientist Castellini Officine Meccaniche

The first part of Simone Peli career has been spent in the academic world (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Brescia, Università degli Studi of Milan, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (India), Elettra Sincrotrone in Trieste) as a researcher in the field of quantum materials studied by means of ultrashort pulses lasers. He has worked mainly in understanding the electronic dynamics which govern the amazing properties of quantum materials (cuprates, iridates, perovskites, etc.) and meta-materials (nano-spheres, nano-wires, micro ensemblse, etc.). The use of laser pulses with a time duration in the order of the femtoseconds is mandatory to carry on such kind of experiments.
In the last two years he has been working in Castellini Officine Meccaniche in the Research & Development department where we are adopting a scientific approach for studying the use of high-power industrial lasers in several production processes like laser cutting, laser welding, superficial treatment, laser cleaning; with the aim to develop innovative solutions based on solid technical foundations.
 


Full Agenda Sessions

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 

Wednesday 11 May 16:10 - 16:40 Room 1

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 
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