The Global Coil Winding And Electrical Manufacturing Event

Ahmed Selema PhD

Research Engineer Ghent University | USP3D

Dr. Ahmed Selema received his PhD from Ghent University (UGent), Belgium. He is also a core lab member of Flanders Make, the strategic research centre for the manufacturing industry in Flanders, Belgium. He collaborates closely with various industrial companies in the EU at the EELab (UGent).

Currently working as the Technology Director at USP3D, he leads the development of electric motor windings known for their market-leading efficiency, power density, and sustainability. Giving the transformative shift to 3D printing technology, USP3D's aluminium windings are not only high-performing but also eco-efficient, contributing to lighter and greener solutions.

Dr. Selema's research interests include electrical machines and drives, electromagnetics, material characterization, energy-efficient motor design, advanced cooling & thermal management, and additive manufacturing.


2024 Agenda Sessions

Development of 3D Printed Windings for Next-Generation Electrical Machines

Additive Manufacturing (AM) has transformed the production of electrical machine windings, unlocking innovative design possibilities and a broader range of materials. Join this session to explore cutting-edge insights and progress enabled by 3D printing in the domains of winding design, thermal management, and manufacturing processes.

The presented topics include:

  • Mitigation of high frequency losses and hotspots
  • 3D-printed coils for lightweight applications
  • Strategies for thermal management and direct cooling

Tuesday 14 May 15:40 - 16:10 E- Mobility Stage

Manufacturing Techniques

Add to calendar 05/14/2024 15:40 05/14/2024 16:10 Development of 3D Printed Windings for Next-Generation Electrical Machines

Additive Manufacturing (AM) has transformed the production of electrical machine windings, unlocking innovative design possibilities and a broader range of materials. Join this session to explore cutting-edge insights and progress enabled by 3D printing in the domains of winding design, thermal management, and manufacturing processes.

The presented topics include:

  • Mitigation of high frequency losses and hotspots
  • 3D-printed coils for lightweight applications
  • Strategies for thermal management and direct cooling
E- Mobility Stage Europe/London