You may have seen the term “second-order finite elements” mentioned once or twice. But what are they really, and where are they used? Read to learn.
Nicola Chiodetto is a PhD student at the Newcastle University developing superpowered electric motors for aircraft use. Read his interview here.
A brief introduction to my doctoral thesis titled “Circulating and Eddy-Current Losses in Random-Wound Electrical Machines”.
D.Sc. time. Soon. Hi folks! Just a brief, wholly me-centric post about, well, me today. Long story short: I recently successfully defended my doctoral thesis last Friday (15 September 2017). So, I should be officially getting my degree later this…
When analyzing electrical machines, a course, parametric mesh often outperforms a denser mesh. Here’s why, and some progress updates on the topic.
The magnetic forces in an electrical machine deform it, and the mechanical stresses influence the magnetics. Read more about this interaction here.
You are not the smartest person in the room. No-one is. Hi folks! Just a short post this time: I had a rare moment of inspiration (usually writing’s just manual labor instead), and I want to make the most of…
Alright, everyone’s seen electric cars. But what about electric aircraft? Who’s making them, and more importantly: why? Some challenges and benefits here.
How to recruit electrical engineers, or any other professionals in short supply. And how almost everybody is failing at that.
Learning kinda follows the Pareto principle, and kinda doesn’t. Additionally, by sheer non-luck, you often do need the stuff you happen to learn.