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Nov 22, 2019

National Level Workshop on Rudiments of BLDC & Reluctance Motor Design

Hosted by : PSG COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY

Department : All Departments
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ABOUT THE WORKSHOP:

The Electric motor technology is experiencing a progressive evolution in recent decades exclusively due to gaining momentum of EV’s, demand for energy efficient motors and electric motor for extreme environments. Numerous motor designs including rotor topologies, cooling system, winding, mechanical and magnetic material continues to evolve in the recent decades as part of innovation. Electric motor technology is the heart of all the engineering application enabling the industry to meet the market demand. Huge R&D projects is continuing in University and Industry worldwide focusing on research to reduce the cost, enhance torque density , power density with superior efficiency and reliability in electric motors. The key guidelines for BLDC, SynRM and SRM motor with industrial practice will be illustrated. This workshop will address the present scenario and illustrates the possible solution for the young design engineers.

OBJECTIVES:

The Key objective of conducting the workshop on “Rudiments of BLDC & Reluctance Motor Design” is to impart latest knowledge to young engineers involved in electrification, motor design for energy efficiency and other spectrum of applications. It emphasizes real world design problems to address the present scenario and illustrate possible solution to the fulfill gap on Industry -University collaborations. This workshop will supplement the fundamental concepts and design strategies involved in BLDC & Reluctance motors.

ELIGIBILITY

 Practicing engineers from motor industries

 Faculty working in engineering colleges

 Engineers from R&D organizations

 UG/PG engineering students

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