Yves Thiolière, expert of JMAG software, has more than 10 years’ experience in electric machine design using the FE method with JMAG. He has given numerous training courses and is also daily supporting JMAG users in electric machines design and other areas.
Sergi Riba is Electric Machine Design Engineer at Safran Electronics & Defense and currently collaborating with the Institute of Research and Technology (IRT) Saint Exupéry in Toulouse as responsible for the electric machines in the Epowerdrive project. Graduated with an engineering degree at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Sergi has been developing his competencies of electric and special machine design through all the missions he has worked on over the 15 past years, withing large corporations as GRIFOLS (pharmaceuticals industry), ZODIAC AEROSPACE and SAFRAN (aerospace industry). He became an expert in the development of actuating motors for fuel pumps, actuators for pilot seat, flight control or landing gear, among others, for aircrafts such as Airbus A400M, A320, A350, H160, Boing 737, Dassault F5X, Pilatus PC24, Mitsubishi MRJ. As part of the IRT Saint-Exupery since 2018, Sergi coordinate the activities of Research on Electric machine technologies in the field of “the more electrical aircraft” (iron loss, reliability, new topologies and additive manufacturing on electrical engineering).
Objective of the webinar
This 2-hour webinar aims at showing how JMAG can help motor design engineers working in the aerospace industry, especially on iron losses and thermal aspects, which are very sensitive topics in the aerospace industry. JMAG allows to get very accurate results thanks to advanced calculation methods and provide electric motor designers with useful features dedicated to their needs.
10.00 – 10.15: Technological needs for Aircraft’s Energy Transition – Keynote by Sergi Riba from Safran/IRT Saint Exupéry
10.15 – 11.45: Solutions for Aerospace challenges
10.45 – 11.15: Thermal calculation in JMAG and coupling
11.15 -11.45: Default management: short circuit with RT model