Electrical Machines Lab
Developing state-of-the-art machines and monitoring and diagnostics technologies to enable faster, greener ways to power, build and move the world.
The Electrical Machines team, comprised of 20 engineers advances technology for both low-speed and high-speed electric machines, ranging in power from a few horsepower to 2,000 MW and covering speeds from zero to well above 20,000 rpm. We employ superconductivity and permanent magnet technologies to accomplish our breakthroughs. The monitoring and diagnostics team develops on-line tools that enable prognostic health monitoring and asset management of critical electrical equipment in power and smart-grid applications.
We integrate the latest technologies from the mechanical, thermal and dielectrics research at GE to transform the way energy is converted from mechanical to electrical, and vice-versa.
To learn more about the work we are doing today, check out the latest blog posts from our engineers below!