Webinar 9 Key Failures in Power Inductives

Webinar 9 Key Failures in Power Inductives

April, 16th 2020 - Times: 9:30AM CET or 5:30PM CET


We are glad to invite you to our Free Webinar about "9 Key Failures in Power Inductives", place the 16th of April.

This webinar try to clarify what are the most common failures and how to solve them to achieve the required reliability in new electrified vehicle environments, where energy, heat management and efficiency are fundamentals in the design of critical components advanced, as heat dissipation materials (CoolMag™).

What will you learn?

One of the fatal causes a car can suffer because of a failure in Power Electronic is the vehicle doesn't start. This entails the crane takes the car and also the cost of replacing the electrical system, in the best case. In the worst cases, the car can end up burst into flames with very serious damage.

All this involves a reputation crisis of the Car Makers and a very serious situation for the vehicle owner, therefore it must be keep in mind.

Problems affecting lithium batteries in EVs are common to Power Electronics circuits, and consequently the same solutions are applied.

Faults causing overheating:

  • Magnetostriction
  • Curie temperature
  • Core breaks and cracks
  • Short Circuits
  • Magnetic Saturation
  • Fire and ames
  • Fringing Fluxes & Gaps
  • Hot Spots and Short Circuited windings
  • Air cavities Leaked Flux


- An efficient cooling system in a 3.3KW device can save up to 34ºC of temperature

- PCM (Phase Change Materials) absorb a much higher amount of heat thanks to enthalpy.

- Customized thermal solution beat in performance and cost the market standards.

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About the Speaker

Ecosystem and Marketing Manager in Premo Group Antonio Rojas, engineer degree in electrical & electronic engineering, by Málaga Technical Engineering School), has more than 35 years of experience in several disciplines of Electronic Technologies.

He has worked at Fujitsu Limited (Málaga, before SECOINSA) during 10 years being responsible of Modems design, prototype and reliability testing (Environmental, EMC and safety), then he move to CETECOM (test house for electronics systems, CE-Marking, EMC lab, etc..) now is Dekra, being since 2005 President of CISPR SC-210 (CTN208, radio-electric disturbances) and finally was joined to Premo in 2007 to work in RFID systems, Product & Marketing responsible for RFID business, (getting a Master by EADA over Product Management), CTO and now with additional Managing of Ecosystem, supporting mainly Technology demand for the R&D process and Ecosytems formed by key suppliers, customer, Universities, prescribers, national and international forums relative to our core business.