EASA & BEMAS, with the support of Ghent University, will organize on the 30th of November 2022, their 5th Motor Club in Belgium, this year focused on "Energy Savings and operational performances of motor systems on the road to a circular economy", in a very interesting place: the Motion Products Laboratory of the Ghent University in Kortrijk.
WHEN: Wednesday 30/11/2022 from 12:00 to 16:30
WHERE: Universiteit Gent, Campus Kortrijk Sint-Marten-Slatemlaan 2B - 8500 Kortrijk
FREE EVENT: Members and non Members
IMPORTANT: Are you BEMAS/EASA member and you are interested to present a non-commercial 20-30 min conference? Please click here to submit your presentation title and short summary related to the main topic by the 19th of November
Who should attend?
Anyone who is actively involved with motor systems and their performance. The event is open to all companies active in Motor Systems Performances (Manufacturers, Suppliers, Users, Service companies, Institutions, Training centers, ...). Both members and non-members are welcome.
12:00: Welcome drinks & sandwiches
12.30: Introduction & short presentation of each participant
13:00: Presentation "Electric motors and driven equipment: evolutions in standards and impact on the circular economy", Prof. Kurt Stockman, Ghent University
13:45: Presentation "3D printing of electric machine", Prof. Peter Sergeant, Ghent University
14:15: Coffee break (EASA & Bemas - Quick Updates)
14:45: Presentations by the participants:
“The less you burn, the more you earn” by Bram Vervisch, Orbits - Machinery Diagnostics
Presentation by Emmanuel Buyck, The Rotating Company – Motoren Françoys (first shop to be EASA accredited in energy efficiency & reliability in Belgium)
16:00: Project & solutions Forum about Energy Savings & Circularity
16:30: Conclusions & Closing Coffee