How non-magnetic stainless steels are driving the electric era of mobility
New key design element for vehicle design: electromagnetic compatibility
Electric mobility has arrived in our life. At the same time, the number of sensors inside a vehicle has increased significantly, making electromagnetic compatibility a key design element. A new generation of fully austenitic stainless steels offers complete non-magnetic properties, ideal for EV design, while avoiding the volatile and cost-intensive alloying element nickel. Watch our expert webinar with Stefan Lindner for insights on electrical engineering, an introduction to non-magnetic stainless steels and application examples to inspire design engineers.
Key topics in the webinar:
- Basic introduction to electromagnetism
- Material requirements in electrical engineering
- Fully non-magnetic and non-magnetizable austenitic stainless steel and where to apply it
- Questions and answers
Lead Technical Manager at OutokumpuProfilo LinkedIn
Stefan is responsible for technical market development for Outokumpu, with a focus on applications for mobility and transportation, especially automotive engineering and alternative powertrain solutions.