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National Manufacturing Institute of Scotland

National Manufacturing Institute of Scotland

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Aero Electrical Systems Appreciation

Description

Event Details:

Date: 4th February 2022

Time: 9am - 5pm

Location: Technology & Innnovation Centre, University of Strathclyde

Delivery Mode: In-Person

 

The course aims to provide the delegates with an introductory appreciation of the fundamentals and key technologies for aircraft electrical power systems.

The course will include the fundamental theory and operational principles of power electronics and machines. The challenges associated with fault management and reliability are included, together with the principles of power system protection for aircraft. The course will discuss future aero-electrical systems including more-electric and hybrid-electric aircraft, as well as emerging technologies for the decarbonisation of aviation. The fundamentals of cryo-electrification technologies and applications (superconducting and hydrogen applications) will be discussed.

Attendee CategoryCost   
1. Introductory Price Ticket£350.00[Read More]
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Hydrogen Aircraft and Cryogenic Propulsion

Description

Event Details:

Date: 11th February 2022

Time: 9am - 5pm

Location: Technology & Innnovation Centre, University of Strathclyde

Delivery Mode: In-Person

 

This course is designed for: (a) Engineering professionals who are planning to change their career, (b) Industrial professionals active in the field of aircraft electrification and willing to expand their knowledge, (c) Industrials interested in familiarizing themselves with recent advances in aircraft electrification.

This course is designed to provide the delegates with an introduction to the application of hydrogen as a fuel or as coolant, as well as superconductors for future aircraft. The course will include both the fundamental theory and operational principles of using hydrogen and superconductors. The challenges associated with incorporating hydrogen and superconductors into future aircraft together with their performance in comparison to battery and jet fuel will be discussed. The course will discuss different scenarios for hydrogen use in future aircraft including fuel cell and combustion engine scenarios. The benefits of using superconducting motors, fault current limiter and cable in future more electric aircraft will be discussed.

Attendee CategoryCost   
1. Introductory Price Ticket£350.00[Read More]
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Industrial Cyber Security

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Course Overview

  • Successfully executing a Digital Strategy brings an acknowledged increase in inherent cyber security risks. This session is a practical exploration of Industrial (sometimes referred to as Operational Technology) Cyber Security and how it can be implemented to help avoid unnecessary bumps in the road on your digital journey.
  • Register to attend this online webinar on 16th December, 9.30am – 2pm to find out more about Industrial Cyber Security. This event is hosted by Digital Technologies Group.

 

Course Topics:

  • Introduce the basic concepts of industrial (OT) Cyber Security
  • Explain the importance and need for Cyber Secruity within Industry 4.0
  • Describe the components of an Industrial Cyber Security Strategy

Attendee CategoryCost   
Standard Price£350.00[Read More]
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Power Electronics for Aircraft Applications

Description

Event Details:

Date: 18th February 2022

Time: 9am - 5pm

Location: Technology & Innnovation Centre, University of Strathclyde

Delivery Mode: In-Person

 

This course is designed for: (a) Engineering professionals who want to reorient their careers toward technical positions (b) Industrial professionals with basic knowledge in the field of electrification willing to expand their knowledge (c) Industrials interested in familiarising themselves with cutting-edge technology for aircraft power electronic converters.

Power electronics enables unprecedented levels of flexibility in power conversion that, in aircraft, is harnessed for supplying avionics, pumps, and battery chargers. The deployment of power electronic converters is key for More Electric Aircraft (MEA) in which hydraulic/pneumatic actuators are replaced by electric actuators, as it is for the development of aircraft with hybrid and electric propulsion. This course explains the construction and operation of the different topologies for AC/DC, DC/AC and DC/DC conversion used in aircraft applications.

Attendee CategoryCost   
1. Introductory Price Ticket£350.00[Read More]
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Electrical Machines and Drives for Aircraft

Description

Event Details:

Date: 4th March 2022

Time: 9am - 5pm

Location: Technology & Innnovation Centre, University of Strathclyde

Delivery Mode: In-Person

 

This course is designed for: (a) Engineering professional who want to reorient their careers toward technical positions (b) Industrial professionals with basic knowledge in the field of electrification willing to expand their knowledge (c) Industrials interested in familiarizing themselves with cutting-edge power electronics technology used in aircraft machine drives.

Power electronic converters and electrical machines are the key components for the realisation of the more electric aircraft (MEA), hybrid electric aircraft (HEA), and electric propulsion aircraft. In the MEA, mechanical actuators are replaced by electrical actuators whereas in hybrid and all electric applications, electrical motors provide thrust to the airplane. This course will explain the modelling and control of the electrical machines and their associated power electronic converters used for aircraft applications, including DC machines, brushless DC motors, induction machines, permanent magnet synchronous machines and variable reluctance machines (switched and synchronous).

Attendee CategoryCost   
1. Introductory Price Ticket£350.00[Read More]

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