My thesis project involved a series of both electromagnetic and mechanical analyses of a brushless permanent magnet motor, intended for application on a battery-powered vehicle.
I started my thesis project at Spin in March 2018 and from the very beginning I was warmly welcomed by all the team members. In particular, I was supported by Giuseppe and Luigi, with whom I agreed on the topics of the thesis, based on my personal interests. Here at Spin, there was also the opportunity to collaborate and deal with a company in the automotive sector, which was a great incentive to tackle the job.
I was then supported and helped in learning the different software used: initially by Giuseppe, for the electromagnetic analyses performed with FluxMotor and Flux, and later by Luigi and Michele, for the mechanical analyses performed with Inspire and HyperWorks.
I also had the opportunity to participate in various courses held in the company, which helped me to expand my knowledge of various aspects of electrical machines.
At all times, they were all very helpful in clarifying my doubts, welcoming me into a serene and friendly working environment. In short, my experience at Spin was without a doubt positive and a great way to enter the world of work through my thesis project.