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Meeting 2017 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Pan American Materials Congress: Materials for Green Energy
Presentation Title Simulation of Bonded Magnet Performance for Renewable Energy Applications
Author(s) Helena Arifa Khazdozian, H. Ucar, C. B. Hatter, M. J. Kramer, M. Parans Paranthaman, I. C. Nlebedim
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Helena Arifa Khazdozian
Abstract Scope Permanent magnets based on rare earth elements (REE), such as sintered Nd2Fe14B, are central to many renewable energy applications including wind energy generation. However, REEs are considered critical materials due to the risk in their supply. Addressing such criticality requires both the development of REE-free permanent magnets and reducing the amount of REE magnets used in applications. To guide research and development, numerical techniques such as finite element methods (FEM) can be used to model the performance of materials. Finite element methods were employed to simulate the performance of anisotropic Nd-Fe-B, diluted in polymer binder to reduce the volume of the material used. A 3 MW permanent magnet generator (PMG) designed for high magnetic loading and torque density was used as a prototype system. In addition to the enhanced performance due to using anisotropic Nd-Fe-B, we will present the performance obtained for using ceramic magnets, instead of REE-based magnets.
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A Comparison between Recycled Spent Zeolite and Calcite Limestone for Manganese Removal
A Novel Air Electrode Using Core-Shell Particles for Metal Hydride/Air Rechargeable Battery
Cycle Performance of Air Electrode and Metal Hydride/Air Secondary Battery
Defect Engineering for Strong Photocatalysis of TiO2 Nanoparticles with Dopants: DFT Calculations and Experimental Verifications
Development of Air Electrodes Using Different Types of Carbon Materials for Metal Hydride/Air Secondary Battery
Effect of Mo6+ Substitution on Microstructure and Lithium Ionic Conductivity of Garnet-Type Li7La3Zr2O12 Solid Electrolytes by Field Assisted Sintering Technology
Electromagnetic Levitation Refining Of Silicon-iron Alloys for Generation of Solar Grade Silicon
Emission and Photocatalytic Properties of Graphene:ZnO Hybrid Nanostructures
Environmental Impact of the Synthesis of Calcium Silicates (C2S AND C3S) by Combustion Processes
Environmentally Responsible Polymer Selection for Organic Photovoltaic Solar Cells
Novel Metrics for Assessing Criticality of Byproduct Metals
PAN-16: Heat Capacity and Thermal Expansion of Solar Salts Determined by Thermal Analysis Techniques
PAN-17: Influence of Organic Solvent on Pt Nanoparticles Synthesis on MWCNT for ORR
PAN-18: One-pot “Green” Synthesis of Nitrogen Doped Porous Titania Nanospheres for Photocatalytic Degradation of Direct Blue-71
PAN-19: Plasmon-enhanced Solar Fuel Production with Gold-metal Oxide Hybrid Nanomaterials
PAN-21: Structural and Magnetic Properties of Nano Cobalt Ferrites for Green Refrigeration Technology
PAN-22: Structural and Optical Properties of Graphene-based Nano-architectures Decorated with (Ag, Cu) Metal Nanoparticles
PAN-23: Synthesis of Mesoporous TiO2 for Photo-anode in Dye-synthetized Solar Cell
PAN-24: Tape Casting and Flash Sintering of Nickel Oxide-Gadolinium Doped Ceria (NIO-GDC) Nanostructure Composite Anode for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
Simulation of Bonded Magnet Performance for Renewable Energy Applications
Study of the Influence on the Thermodynamic Properties of Replacing V by Zr in Alloys for Hydrogen Storage
Technical and Environmental Assessment of an Alternative Binder for Low Traffic Roads with LCA Methodology
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