Event

Non-Superconducting Cryogenic Electric Machines

UKMagSoc

Sep 25th 2024 - Sep 25th 2024

Nottingham, United Kingdom

Updated 14.5.24

 

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Accelerating towards its commitment to achieve Net Zero by 2050, the UK is advancing its efforts in all-electric transportation solutions. At the forefront of this endeavour are electric drive propulsion systems.

Liquid hydrogen emerges as a promising energy source for future aircraft, necessitating a cryogenic environment. While superconducting machines offer one avenue of exploration, the focus of this event lies on non-superconducting machines, poised for rapid adoption within the industry, with esteemed speakers from academia and industry providing insights into materials characterization at cryogenic temperatures, innovative cryogenic cooling methods, and cutting-edge testing rig designs.

VENUE

To be confirmed.

Nottingham, UK

DRAFT PROGRAMME

The event will run from 09:00-17:00 (UK time) and will include talks.

TRAVEL

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ACCOMMODATION

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The dress code for the event is business attire / smart casual

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Speakers

Liquid Hydrogen Taking Flight – The key research challenges to enabling Liquid hydrogen commercial aircraft.
by Huw Edwards of Aerospace Technology Institute

An overview of the key research challenges to enabling liquid hydrogen commercial aircraft and the activities within the Hydrogen Capability Network to address these.