Dr Jill Miscandlon

Senior Manufacturing Engineer

Digital Factory

Publications

A manufacturing driven design methodology to lightweighting of the structural elements of a permanent magnet electrical machine rotor
Miscandlon Jill, Kazemi-Amiri Abbas, Forrest Stephen J, Chen Xiao, Harper Daniel, McDonald Alasdair, Jewell Geraint Wyn
IEEE Access Vol 10, pp. 117449-117468 (2022)
https://doi.org/10.1109/ACCESS.2022.3214305
A review of circular economy research for electric motors and the role of industry 4.0 technologies
Tiwari Divya, Miscandlon Jill, Tiwari Ashutosh, Jewell Geraint W
Sustainability Vol 13 (2021)
https://doi.org/10.3390/su13179668
Effects of flow forming parameters on dimensional accuracy in Cr-Mo-V steel tubes
Miscandlon Jill, Tuffs Martin, Halliday Steven T, Conway Alastair
Procedia Manufacturing Vol 15, pp. 1215-1223 (2018)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.promfg.2018.07.366

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Professional activities

It’s not a ‘New York State of Mind’ we need, it’s a circular one
Recipient
30/3/2022
Engage with...LIVE!
Speaker
29/3/2022
Enablers for a circular economy mindset
Speaker
30/11/2021
Will Drury
Host
1/11/2021
This is Engineering Day 2021
Recipient
28/10/2021
Driving electrical machines into a sustainable world
Speaker
22/9/2021

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Projects

NMIS-DIRF-05951
Miscandlon, Jill (Principal Investigator)
14-Jan-2022 - 30-Jan-2022
Future electrical Machines Manufacturing Hub (EPSRC Manufacturing Research Hub)
Kazemi Amiri, Abbas (Researcher) McDonald, Alasdair (Co-investigator) Miscandlon, Jill (Researcher)
01-Jan-2019
AFRC-CRAD-1130 Advanced Forming Technologies for Complex Shapes Spacecraft and Satellite Propellant Tanks
Sancho, Alexander (Co-investigator) Storr, John (Co-investigator) Miscandlon, Jill (Co-investigator)
Various manufacturing methods and materials were explored for the production of satellite propellant tanks for the European Space Agency (ESA). The aim was to identify and prove a manufacturing process which is more efficient than the current one. The AFRC contributed by studying and testing alternative forming processes. TWI was also part of the consortium and investigated potential welding methods.
01-Jan-2019 - 31-Jan-2019

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Address

Digital Factory
Advanced Forming Research Centre

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