Green multiphysics!

They are ingenious, engineers, sportspersons, handyman (and women), navigators … Whether you are an environmentalist or not, “The Sun trip” is worth noting. The next solar bike epic is planned for summer 2015, starting from World Expo Milano, Italy Pavilion, … Read More

What Do We Know about Magnetism, Really?

I love this quick trip back in time. Since the first detection of the magnetic phenomenon to its continuous discovery and use in the 11th century by sailors, its utilization has gradually relieved the working man and gives him more … Read More

3D Printer: Revolution or Shooting Star?

In my youth, printers worked with a “typeball” or “daisyweel” which – by striking an ink ribbon – print on paper with predefined symbols. The first technology already used electromagnets. The material has regularly evolved, to work faster, more accurate … Read More

The Invisible Force of Induction

There’s something fascinating in the transmission of energy without contact. Whether it is a vehicle being charged contactless, or a sauce pan being heated through a glass, my little daughter sees it as a mystery. Today, the finite element simulation … Read More

Motor Production: When Technology Becomes Art

8 minutes of very didactic and pure technology: The elaboration and industrialization of a motor has always been something fantastic to me… especially when it’s working as expected at the end, which requires a good design. After watching this video, … Read More