Welcome

Refine search results

All    Any    Exact phrase

Search hint

All - search for events containing all entered keywords

Any - search for events containing any, some, or all of the entered keywords

Exact phrase - search for events where keywords appear exactly as entered

Dates

to

Region

Distance


Within of post code (UK Only)

Login for more refinement options

Saietta innovatory electric motorcycles and axial flux DC motors

Lecture

Image of three blue heads in profile on grey background

Hear how Saietta develops and manufactures innovative electric motors & specialist race motorcycles.

Date and Time

29 September 2017 - 12:00-17:30

Location

London, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the UK - London local network.


About this event

Cedric Lynch is the Chief Scientist at Saietta, and the inventor of the award-winning Lynch Motor.  He designed this revolutionary electric motor without a university education, taught himself electrical engineering and developed one of the world's leading motors in terms of power and mass.  Cedric invented the motor that changed the face of electric motor architecture.  Saietta means ‘thunderbolt’ in the Italian Apennine dialect of Saietta’s Co-Founder Lawrence Marrazzi.

Niall Johanson, Head of Sales at Saietta, will give a brief history of the Saietta axial flux DC contact motor and how it has reached its current development.  He will explain how the motor achieves its performance and its use in a variety of applications.
 
He will cover the Lynch Motor’s use in Saietta racing and road motorcycles and the success these bikes have had.
 
Niall will also outline where these motors are likely to be used.
 
Further background information is available at these two Wikipedia sites shown below.
 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lynch_motor

Speaker

Niall Johanson has worked in motorsport and high-performance engineering all his adult life.  In the 1980s he manufactured a small racing and track car called the “Leader”. After his cars won six consecutive national championships, Niall progressed into Formula One engineering where he specialised in hydraulics and fluid transfer systems for almost all the teams before moving on to project leading the preparation of the engine block for a multi championship winning F1 engine. Now, at the age of sixty, he is still fascinated by advanced engineering and his favourite phrase is, “every day is a school day!”.

 

Sponsors

Saietta Group

210 Heyford Park

Upper Heyford

Bicester

Oxfordshire

OX25 5HE

http://www.saiettaengineering.com

Programme

12:00 to 13:45 – lunch.
14:00 to 14:45/15:00 – lecture 
14:45/15:00 to 15:30 approximately – questions and discussion

Reasons to attend

To learn about different electric motors which are lighter and more efficient.  Find out how electric motor cycle racing is now gathering pace and Saietta’s success.

Continuing Professional Development

CPD logo declaring this event can contribute 1 hours towards your Continuing Professional Development

This event can contribute towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as part of the IET's CPD monitoring scheme.

Additional information

Delegates will have the opportunity to pre book a lunch at Savoy Place.  The cost for a two course meal with wine is £16.95.  It is ESSENTIAL to pre book lunch.

Registration information

Those wishing to attend are asked to send an e-mail by the preceding Monday, giving name(s), and requesting attendance at the lunch and lecture or just the lecture, and in the case of lunch, giving any dietary restrictions.  The e-mail should be sent to both johnfuller500@yahoo.com and tonydavies@ieee.org please note the triple 'e' in the Tony's address, with the subject line “Saietta motors and their electric motorcycles 2016” Friday Lunch and Lecture]. No acknowledgement will be sent unless specifically requested.

Are you looking for more events?

You might also be interested in (search more events)

Icon image of page in a desk calendar

Social Event - Fri 28 July 2017 at 10:00

Engineering Open House Day takes place on Friday 28 July 2017 (with the exception of two events) and aims to help children (7 - 16 years-old) and their parents understand what it’s like to work as an engineer. It gives them special, behind-the-scenes access to a wide variety of organisations to demonstrate how creative and innovative a career in engineering could be.