Updated 26 October 2020
Soft Magnetic Materials are an essential area of the overall world of magnetics that we all rely on, but is normally over shadowed by Hard / Permanent Magnetic Materials.
Traditional Soft Magnetic (SMM) alloys such as Electrical Steels and SiFe products have been used for almost a century now and are the ‘back bone’ to most of the transformers in use today. Over the last 20 – 30 years as frequencies have increased to help reduce the size of transformers, more and more exotic products have been introduced into the SMM arena.
This seminar looks to highlight some of the areas associated with SMM, including the complex testing that can be required to validate their performance, as well as introduce some new materials and expand on what can be achieved with these interesting and essential alloys, and provide insight into new developments relating to applications for SMM, with a focus on power electronics from 50Hz up to switching frequencies approaching 1MHz, in the drive to make ever more efficient products that are smaller and cost effective in today’s challenging markets.
Join us to hear a diverse range of speakers including manufactures of components, wound parts, sub-system, and equipment manufacturers during the two afternoon seminar, which will also have networking opportuntirs and panel items.
The programme will run over two days, 10th and 11th November 2020, starting at 13:50 UK each day, through to around 18:00 UK. Each day will consist of talks with Q&A, panel discussions, exhibitors, and networking sessions.
All times are UK.
The seminar will be hosted on hopin because it offers an intuitive online conference experience. As well as the talks on the Stage, at any time you can
- visit and talk with exhibitors in the Expo,
- set up small Sessions to talk together,
- search for and Invite delegates you want to speak to through the People list,
- Chat to the whole event, a session or an exhibitor’s booth,
- Ask questions of speakers and the whole event via Chat,
- examine the event Schedule in Reception for any changes,
- try the random delegate connection of Networking (an online version of standing in the queue for coffee and talking to the person behind you).
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