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Electrical Steels for eMobility webinar: the ArcelorMittal sustainable solution for the future of the automotive industry

 

Our team’s mandate has been to build a better future by preparing you in the present. To do so, our experts hosted a webinar dedicated to uncovering how critical Electrical Steels are for eMobility, and all the opportunities that can be unlocked through their implementation. Our webinar aimed at preparing clients and partners for the future of the automotive industry, showing that ArcelorMittal is committed to providing the solutions to a greener, brighter future.

Electrical Steels are ferromagnetic materials used in the cores of traction motors in eMobility, with unique properties that, among other benefits, magnify the developed torque, decrease the heat dissipation, decrease the energy consumption, and improve applications’ efficiency and performance.
Electrical Steels are essential for the Electrification of the automotive Industry and more generally for the electrification of all transport means.

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Our Electrical Steels – your sustainable solution

  • Cristina de Lucas Arribas, CMO Electrical Steels and Automotive Sales Director, ArcelorMittal Europe – Flat Products
  • Eric Werner, Sales Director Electrical Steels, ArcelorMittal Europe – Flat Products

The world is changing, and Electrical Steels will be essential for the industry to support these new developments. Our introduction paints a picture of how ArcelorMittal’s Electrical Steels drive ambitious sustainability initiatives and meet growing product demand. We explore the possibilities and opportunities of Electrical Steels, focusing on the various steps of a project’s life cycle.
We point out where ArcelorMittal’s expertise allows us to add even more value to clients and partners. Additionally, we share our ambitions to sustainably address the growing demand for Electrical Steels and our role in transitioning to a low-carbon world.

Higher-strength low-loss Electrical Steels: enabling optimal designs of electric traction motors:

  • Dr. Lode Vandenbossche, Development Engineer for Electrical Steels, ArcelorMittal Global R&D
  • Dr. Ahmed Abdallh, Electromagnetic Research Engineer, ArcelorMittal Global R&D

As development engineers, doctors Vandenbossche’s and Abdallh’s presentation explores ArcelorMittal’s offer of Electrical Steels for automotive traction: from the specifics of different grade families to the added value of these products in electric powertrains.
A case study is presented showing the gains in energy efficiency, motor performance and compactness depending on the Electrical Steel grade choice.

Find out more about our iCARe® product offer of electrical steels for the e-mobility of the future

 

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