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Temperature rise test corrections for three-winding transformers with axial split-windings
Transformer Technology present a paper that demonstrates how to supplement lacking industry standards for this special transformer construction and some common problems that arise in practice.
Nynas tests new insulating liquid in Gothenburg
Nynas’ new innovative insulating liquid NYTRO® BIO 300X has been successfully delivered to and tested in Gothenburg, Sweden. The city’s utility company Göteborg Energi opted to use the bio-based and biodegradable insulating liquid in a transformer located in a sensitive water protection area.
Volvo to leverage recycling to cut costs
Volvo Cars plan to develop recycling loops in a global initiative to reduce CO2 emissions and expenses. This involves recycling the high-voltage batteries from plug-in hybrids and electric cars, among other things.
Giga Berlin decision faces further delays
The final approval for Tesla’s Gigafactory in Grünheide is apparently being delayed further. According to a media report, Brandenburg’s Environment Minister Axel Vogt is said to have cited a lack of “fundamental information”.
Electric Motor News:
UNI HEAT from EMAG eldec: Induction heating system scores points in motor production at Elektror
Elektror has been relying on UNI HEAT from EMAG eldec since mid-2018 for the production of the electric motors used in its fans: The system ensures quick and precise induction heating of the empty stator housing before the joining process with the motor winding. The process reliability and flexibility of the entire sequence are essential for the rapid “one-piece-flow” at Elektror.