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ESSIAL International Technical Workshop

ESSIAL International Technical Workshop

26 th  March 2020

Andaltec Headquarters, Martos (Jaén)

Program

9:30 h: Registration Open

10 h: Opening and reception

José María Navarro, General Manager at Andaltec

10:15 h: ESSIAL project presentation and laser welding process

Jesús Castillo, R&D engineer at Andaltec

10:30 h Electrical steel manufacturing process and microscopy analysis in ESSIAL project

Jean-Pierre Birat and Camille Pineau, consultant and researcher at IRT-M2P

11:15 h Coffee Break

11:45 h In-line monitoring techniques and upscaling strategies to optimize the manufacturing time and so cost

Jérôme Patars, R&D Engineer at Lasea

12:30 h Impact of a local surface laser treatment on the magnetic properties of grain-oriented silicon iron sheets

Manar Nesser, PhD student at UPJV in collaboration with ESIEE-Amiens

13:15 h Guided tour through Andaltec headquarters

14 h Lunch

Registration

Registration is free of charge. You are just required to send your contact data (company name, number of attendants and e-mail address) to jesus.castillo@andaltec.org

ESSIAL Project

ESSIAL is a research project funded by the European Commission “European Union´s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme”. The ambition of the project is to use laser surface texturizing (laser scribing, irradiation, texturizing, …) on soft ferromagnetic materials, such as usual electrical steels and special alloys, in order to improve the performance and functionalities of laminated magnetic circuits.

These soft magnetic circuits, made from stack of steel sheets separated by an insulating layer, are becoming crucial in almost all industrial sectors, as they are key elements of industrial electrical machines (such as transformers, sensors, actuators, motors, generators …). Experts estimate that the market growth rate of soft magnetic materials will increase by 7.8% annually in the coming years!

www.essial.eu