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Powering The Future

Belgians Build e-Motor of the Future

The start-up Magnax developed a new electric motor that delivers three to four times more power than the best-in-class motors in EVs(electric vehicles). In 2022, they want to start with the assembly.
Marc De Roo, De Tijd, 2020.12.24 -Translated by Boon Breyne
Original article: https://www.tijd.be/ondernemen/auto/deinzenaars-bouwen-e-motor-van-de-toekomst/10273771.html

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Axial Flux Motor vs Radial flux Motor: A Focus on Magnetic Field Orientation

Compared to traditional radial flux electric motors, axial flux machines, especially "single stator - double rotor" topologies, are more effective in an electromagnetic sense. This blog post explains why.

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IEEE Spectrum: This Inside-Out Motor for EVs Is Power Dense and (Finally) Practical

Magnax was featured in a free editorial in IEEE Spectrum, the no.1 technology engineering and science news platform.

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Topics: press, axial flux, IEEE

A New Era of Axial Flux Motor Technology for Electric Vehicles

The development of a new motor design comes with a wide range of engineering challenges. The behavior of the motor must be researched and modeled to obtain a qualitative and manufacturable product design.

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Topics: axial flux, ansys

Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo 2019

Magnax is participating in the Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo Europe 2019 in Stuttgart.
Feel free to welcome us at our stand G104.

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Topics: electric vehicles, exhibition

No-Load Losses.. and how this affects the range of Electric Vehicles

Recently we read an interesting paragraph on the InsideEVs Blog. They compare the significant difference in range between the Jaguar I-Pace and the Tesla Model 3.

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Topics: axial flux, Tesla Model 3

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