Articles & Press Releases

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The technical-academic article about the magnetic lead screw technology developed in CIPED has now been published, so if you are interested in reading more about the technology and design and test process please click the link below.

Design and Test of Novel Magnetic Lead Screw for Active Suspension System in a Vehicle

One af the largest Danish newspapers – Jyllands-Posten – wrote and printed a great article in their financial sector. The article presents and explains the project and its purpose. You can see the article by clicking the link beneath here – note that it is in Danish.

Danske firmaer bag nye motorer til elbiler (Danish companies behind new motors for EVs)

A great amount of work has been done by students at Aalborg University, and during their studies, they have been rewarded by Siemensfonden for their work. Siemensfonden funded more equipment related to the study and development of the SRM.

Elbil-projekt begavet af forskningsfond

The unique work of the students at Aalborg University has led to a nomination for the “Engineering Tomorrow Award 2016” from Danfoss. Below, the nomination is presented.

At the IEEE Energy Conversion Congress & Expo (ECCE) 2016 in Milwaukee, two papers were presented describing some of the work of the CIPED project.

International bevågenhed om ny dansk teknologi til elbiler (New Danish technology for electric vehicles receives international attention)

The Danish newspaper, Ingeniøren, wrote an article about the CIPED engine. Read it here:

Danske forskere: Vores elmotor øger elbilers rækkevidde med fem procent (Danish researchers: Our electric motor increases range of electric vehicles with five percent)

The latest press release you find here: Ny dansk motor- og dæmperteknologi øger rækkevidden på elbiler: Bilproducenterne er positive (New Danish motor and dampening system increases range of electric vehicles: Automakers are positive)

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