Circulating and eddy currents combined with PWM supply, illustrated with a nice video. What more could you wish for, really?
No matter what happened globally, on my personal level 2017 was a great year. Here’s a short rundown of the highlights, and what’s next.
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.
I attended a small conference, and ended up writing about passion. Not the sexual kind, but the fire that drives you forward. Life is full of surprises.
Radio-controlled helicopters are cool. Even more cool are the electric motors in them, with their insane power densities. I interviewed a proud hobbyist.
The social media campaign of our research group continues. This time, we shackled Pokémon Go to our purposes. Here’s what we did.
Arkkio’s method for torque computation of electrical machines is now available in Comsol. But what is Arkkio’s method, really? Read this and learn!
This week (or the last, depending on if you start your week on Monday or Sunday, like we here in Finland used to) it was finally time for something months in the making – the 24th Symposium on Electromagnetic Phenomena…
As you’ve probably noticed, I’ve got at least two post series going on about my research, and one about fat loss and fitness. Fairly general, in other words. Hence, I thought it would a nice change of pace to post…