MOTOR SUMMIT 2018

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The Motor Summit 2018 International took place on 14 & 15 November 2018 in Zurich, Switzerland.

The Motor Summit 2018 International brought selected international experts together from research, public authorities, utilities, manufacturers of motors, pumps and fans, original equipment manufacturers (OEM), motor systems users and other interested parties.

115 international participants from more than 23 countries debated with speakers from all over the world about efficient motor systems, the latest status of international standards and national minimum requirements, technological developments in motor driven units (pumps, fans, compressors), digitalization and electromobility.

Der Motor Summit 2018 International fand am 14. & 15. November 2018 in Zürich statt.

Der Motor Summit 2018 International brachte internationale Experten, Forscher, Regierungsvertreter, Energieversorger, Maschinenbauer und Hersteller von Motoren, Pumpen und Ventilatoren mit industriellen Anwendern und weiteren Interessierten zusammen.

115 internationale Teilnehmer aus mehr als 23 Ländern diskutierten mit Referenten aus der ganzen Welt über effiziente Antriebssysteme, den aktuellen Stand internationaler Normen und nationaler Mindestanforderungen, technischen Fortschritten bei Anwendungen (Pumpen, Ventilatoren, Kompressoren), sowie Digitalisierung und Elektromobilität.

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MS'18 Program & Proceedings
MS'18 Program & Proceedings
Download the full Motor Summit 2018 International documentation:
Program, participants and summaries of the presentations
MS'18 Workshop Program & Presentations
Workshop MS'18
Program
Workshop MS'18
Round Robin tests for converter losses (RR'C) - Intro
Conrad U. Brunner
Impact Energy (Switzerland)
Feasibility study
Andrew Baghurst
CalTest (Australia)
USA Results
Emmanuel Agamloh
Advanced Energy (USA)
Phase 1: Pilot Study
Andrea Vezzini
Bern University of Applied Sciences (Switzerland)
Danish test results / Summarizing – preliminary results of phase 1
Sandie B. Nielsen
Danish Technological Institute (Denmark)
Discussion & next steps
Conrad U. Brunner
Impact Energy (Switzerland)
MS'18 Presentations: Wednesday, 14 November 2018
Welcome & introduction
Rita Werle
Impact Energy (Switzerland)
Swiss Energy strategy 2050: targets and measures regarding electricity savings
Pascal Previdoli
Federal Office of Energy (Switzerland)
CEMEP agenda
Claus Petersen
President CEMEP (Denmark)
EU Ecodesign status report
Ronald Piers de Raveschoot
European Commission (Belgium)
China Motor Energy Saving Policies, Standards and Industry Development
Zhao Yuejin
China National Institute of Standardization (China)
Why Standards ?
Conrad U. Brunner
Impact Energy (Switzerland)
Super premium and ultra premium efficient motors IE4 & IE5
Do-Hyun Kang
Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute (Korea)
Advances in Permanent Magnet Motors
John Petro
Motor Generator Technology (USA)
Mayor Systems Technology Developments
Anibal T. de Almeida
University of Coimbra (Portugal)
Global Round Robin Converters
Sandie B. Nielsen
Danish Technological Institute (Denmark)
NEMA Motor Round Robin
Pierre Angers
Hydro-Quebec Research Institute (Canada)
Motor systems today and tomorrow
Rita Werle
Impact Energy (Switzerland)
Motor Summit Award 2018
Conrad U. Brunner
Impact Energy (Switzerland)
MS'18 Presentations: Thursday, 15 November 2018
Welcome day 2
Rita Werle
Impact Energy (Switzerland)
The US Industry Point of View
Kirk Anderson
NEMA (USA)
4E EMSA global overview: electricity, energy efficiency, motor systems
Maarten van Werkhoven
TPA advisors (Netherlands)
Compliance check of large fans - the INTAS methodology
Christian Holm Christiansen
Danish Technological Institute (Denmark)
The compressed air station - an energy hub
Erwin Ruppelt
Kaeser Kompressoren (Germany)
Industry 4.0: Condition monitoring & smart sensors
Norbert Hanigovszki
Danfoss (Denmark)
Efficient manufacturing with robots
Dominique Lalut
Fanuc (Switzerland)
Promoting Energy-Efficient Motors in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises Project “TEVMOT”
Mustafa Salman
United Nations Development Programme (Turkey)
The Influence of Electromobility on the Design of E- Machines
Hartmut Schneeweiss
hofer powertrain GmbH (Germany)
Motors for Electric Cars: Opportunities for Industrial Motors?
Martin Doppelbauer
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Germany)
With efficiency to world record: In 1.513 seconds electric from 0 to 100 km/h
Johannes Aicher, Andreas Horat
Akademischer Motorsportverein Zürich AMZ (Switzerland)
Announcement EEMODS’19
Takeshi Obata
Japan Electrical Manufacturers Association (Japan)
Conclusions MS’18
Rita Werle
Impact Energy (Switzerland)
Conclusions MS’18
Videos
MS’18 Presentations
MS’18 Presentation: “Swiss Energy strategy 2050”, Pascal Previdoli, Swiss Federal Office of Energy SFOE
MS’18 Presentation: “Current trends in the market for industrial motors and drives”, Preston Reine, IHS Markit
MS’18 Presentation: “CEMEP Agenda”, Claus Petersen, President CEMEP
MS’18 Presentation: “EU Ecodesign status report”, Ronald Piers de Raveschoot, European Commission
MS’18 Presentation: “China Motor Energy Saving Policies, Standards and Industry Development”, Zhao Yuejin, China
MS’18 Presentation: “Why Standards?”, Conrad U. Brunner, Impact Energy
MS'18 Aftermovie
MS'18 Interviews
Sandie B. Nielsen, Danish Technological Institute
Fernando Nuño, European Copper Institute
Kirk Anderson, NEMA (National Electrical Manufacturers Association)
Ronald Piers de Raveschoot, European Comission