Our colleagues from the University of L’Aquila will be presenting their paper titled “Synchronous Reluctance Motor: Design, Optimization and Validation” at the Speedam Simposium which takes place from the 20th to the 22nd of June at the Amalfi coast in Italy.

This is the abstract of the published paper:

“The growing demand of high-performance motors requires the definition of more accurate design procedures. The only possibility to obtain such kind of results is to combine Finite Element programs with optimization procedures. For this reason, a multi-objective optimization algorithm has been developed, and it has been used to design a Synchronous Reluctance Motor with flux barriers rotor, starting from the stator core of a commercial three-phase induction motor of equivalent size. Based on the optimization results, a prototype has been built and tested.”

Let us know if you will be there, we will keep you posted.

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 770143