Title: Anisometric permanent hybrid magnets based on inexpensive and non-critical materials
Principal Investigator: Claudio Sangregorio
Project type: International
Abstract: The goal of this project is to implement up-scalable and cost-efficient methods for fabrication of ferrite-based dense anisotropic magnets with a 40% enhanced magnetic performance (energy products above 55 kJ/m3) with respect to commercial ferrites. We aim at producing improved magnets that retain the advantages of ferrites –availability, sustainability, cost, recyclability, eco-friendliness- and which have the potential to substitute currently used RE magnets (CRM) in the electric power system. Our targeted application is an electric energy storage device: we will substitute RE magnets by AMPHIBIAN ones in a demonstrator of a flywheel and evaluate its performance against cost, eco-friendliness and resource efficiency criteria.
Partnership: INSTITUT JOZEF STEFAN (Slovenia); PETROCERAMICS SPA (Italia); INSTITUTT FOR ENERGITEKNIKK (Norvegia); UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID (Spagna); GENERAL NUMERICS RESEARCH LAB (Germania); AARHUS UNIVERSITET (Danimarca); MAX BAERMANN GMBH (Germania); ADVANCES DISPERCED PARTICLES SL (Spagna); WATTSUP POWER (Danimarca)
ICCOM participants: Claudio Sangregorio.
Financed by: -H2020-EU.2.1.3. - INDUSTRIAL LEADERSHIP - Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies - Advanced materials; Project ID: 720853.
Project total budget: 4.948.707,50 €
ICCOM budget: 495.000,00 €