UK: How e-motors can escape rare earths – report

Dr Peter Harrop, Chairman of the technology conference and report publisher IDTechEx, released an article on 15 May outlining three approaches to obviating the use of rare earths in electric motors. Two types of rare earths-free electric motors are synchronous and one is asynchronous. The synchronous or switched reluctance motor is It’s time to log … Continued

Dr Peter Harrop, Chairman of the technology conference and report publisher IDTechEx, released an article on 15 May outlining three approaches to obviating the use of rare earths in electric motors.

Two types of rare earths-free electric motors are synchronous and one is asynchronous. The synchronous or switched reluctance motor is

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