The international platform of technical information Electric Motor Engineering and the publishing house Tecniche Nuove, in collaboration with Professor Marco Villani, professor of Electrical Machines Design and Electric Systems for Mobility at the University of L’Aquila, on January 31st 2022, from 10.00 a.m. (CET) to 1 p.m. (CET) organize a webinar on the issue of electric motor cooling in automotive applications.
The technical implications concerning the heat dissipation in electric traction vehicles are manifold. Essentially, the high rotation speed that puts the whole vehicle power-unit to hard test.
Numerous solutions are under study to make vehicles reliable and safe; those to cool the active components of the electric motor are among the most numerous.
The workshop is aimed at highlighting the state-of-the-art from the engineering point of view, involving academic world and industries.
Addressees of these information are all players in automotive induced activities, from OEM, to Tier One and Tier Two suppliers.

The four Topics

Experts coming from the academic and engineering research world, together with suppliers of technologies and solutions, will debate the following topics during the meeting:
• Innovative cooling systems (ex. stator cooling, shaft cooling, end-winding cooling and combinations of more systems)
• «Customized» housings for electric traction motors (also manufactured with 3D printing technologies)
• Sealing systems for the liquid cooling of electric motors
• «Advanced» software for the thermal analysis of electric motors for automotive

The event will take place in live streaming in English, with final possibility of Q&A with our sector experts.


Online workshop – January 31st 2022
from 10.00 a.m. (CET) to 1 p.m. (CET)

Mechanical seals for electric motors cooling systems

Alessandro Ventura, Corporate Technical Director Meccanotecnica Umbra

Stator housing and Rotor shafts for Electric motors with integrated cooling circuits
Philipp Bucher, Head of Sales LCD LaserCut AG

Advanced software for thermal analysis of electric motors
Giada Venturini, E-Machine Engineer Motor Design Ltd
Husain Adam, Thermal Specialist Engineer Motor Design Ltd

EV/HEV motors Potting: advantages in terms of thermal dissipation
Alberto Menozzi, Plant Manager – Technical Director, Demak Polymers (Demak Group)


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