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Jesus Paredes currently works at the Transport & Energy division of CEIT. His research focuses on the study of electric machines with hairpin winding, oil-flooded stator cooling systems and water jacket cooling systems. He has also studied multiphase machines and fault-tolerant permanent magnet machines
The invention relates to a rotating electrical machine comprising a part made of electrically insulating material (1) housed within each slot (4) of a stator core (2), characterised in that said part (1) is configured to establish a separation between each of the conductors (5.1, 5.2) of the stator winding (2) that pass through said slot (4), and t...
Growing environmental and economic concerns are driving various sectors to improve energy efficiency. In sectors such as aeronautics, this is achieved through electrification and weight reduction, which necessarily involves replacing conventional pneumatic, mechanical and hydraulic systems with electric drives. In addition, electric machines also o...
Electric power steering (EPS) plays a critical role towards safety and comfort especially for modern vehicles with ever-increasing complexity. The evolution of EPS technologies require not only vehicle dynamics and fuel efficiency but also higher standards of steering function. Apart from providing essential electromechanical energy conversion, the...
It is well known that multi-phase machines exhibit better performance (efficiency, torque density, fault tolerance, etc.) than 3-phase machines. From the manufacturing point of view, it is interesting to have the possibility of improving a machine design by just conducting minor changes in the production process. In this regard, 6-phase machines em...
This paper studies the feasibility of using synchronous reluctance machines (SynRM) for low speed-high torque applications. The challenge lies in obtaining low torque ripple values, high power factor, and, especially, high torque density values, comparable to those of permanent magnet synchronous machines (PMSMs), but without resorting to use perma...
A proof of concept of a high-speed synchronous reluctance starter/generator (S/G) for aircraft applications is presented. This type of machines has a high fault tolerance, high ruggedness, tolerance to harsh environments, compared with the switched reluctance machine it has a lower torque ripple and its torque density is comparable with that of ind...