Dr Philip Anderson
Senior Lecturer - Teaching and Research
I am a Senior Lecturer conducting research on the development, application and characterisation of soft magnetic materials and teaching on the Electrical and Electronic and Integrated Engineering degree schemes.
My first degree was in electronics followed by a masters in electromagnetic engineering and a PhD in magnetics. This was followed by 10 years of postdoctoral research experience in magnetics including 2.5 years in industry with Cogent Power.
I am a member of the International Organising Committees for three international conferences and the British and Internationals Standards committees for magnetic alloys together with the steering group for the Advanced Propulsion Centre taking in active role in both new standards development and technology roadmaps.
My research has generated more than 60 journal publications and I have led several large industrially funded research programmes and corsortia.
Member of International and British Standards Committees on Magnetic Steels and Alloys.
Member of UK Magnetics Society Committee.
Research theme: Energy and Environment
Areas of research include:
- Characterisation of magnetic materials
- Development of novel magnetic test systems
- Properties and processing of soft magnetic materials
- Magnetostriction and transformer noise
- Applications of soft magnetic materials
|Survey for the development of an expanded magnetic metrology service||Jiles DC, Anderson P, Anayi FJ||National Assembly for Wales (WAG)||19639||01/08/2008 - 31/10/2008|
|Magnetostrictation and transformer noise (II)||Moses AJ, Anderson P, Hall JP||Cogent Power Ltd||21293||24/09/2007 - 23/03/2012|
|Magnetic metrology - Advanced modelling and measurements for Welsh engineering industries||Moses AJ, Jiles DC, Anderson PI, Anayi FJ, Melikhov Y||National Assembly for Wales (A4B)||250808||01/10/2009 - 30/09/2012|
|Residual Magnetism in Manufacturing: Theory, Definition and Practical Principles||Dr P I Anderson||HIRST Magnetic Instruments||20000||01/07/2013 - 30/06/2016|
|Upgrading the small equipment base for early career researchers in the Engineering and Physical Sciences||Holford K, Whatling G, Lees J, Anderson P I, Brousseau E, Cipcigan L M, Pullin R, Bigot S, Theobald P, Simpson R N, Kawashita L F, Clarke A||EPSRC||498326||01/11/2012 - 31/03/2013|
|Assessment of the effects of building factor and material defects on transformer core losses||Hall JP, Marketos P, Anderson PI, Moses AJ||Thyssen-Krupp Stahl||8325||01/10/2006 - 30/09/2010|
|Cogent power magnetics research laboratory||Hall JP, Moses AJ, Anderson PI||Cogent Power Ltd||25115||01/01/2006 - 31/12/2008|
|Advanced electric machines through materials||Hall JP, Moses AJ, Anderson PI||Department of Trade & Industry||100319||26/05/2005 - 25/08/2007|
|Strategic partnership||Hall JP, Jiles DC, Anderson PI, Moses AJ,||Cogent Power Ltd||175000||03/02/2009 - 02/02/2011|
|Establishing a Welsh electromagnetics network||AJ Moses, Jiles DC, Anderson PI, Marketos P||National Assembly for Wales (A4B)||99776||01/10/2009 - 31/03/2011|
|DC magnetic testing of solenoid components||Anderson P||Tata Steel UK Ltd||30018||21/01/2014 - 20/01/2016|
|Novel coating technologies for electrical steels||Anderson P||Tata Steel UK Ltd||28435||01/04/2013 - 28/03/2016|
|Magnetic models of transformers||Anderson P||National Grid||112790||01/04/2014 - 31/03/2016|
|Early Stage Development Fund||Anderson P||WAG (A4B)||7681||24/09/2012 - 04/11/2012|
|Tribology and materials development for novel power transmission coupling||Anderson P, Crivelli D||Punk Couplings Ltd||64334||04/01/2016 - 03/01/2017|
|Investigation on the influence of transformer applications and steel manufacturing parameters on magnetostrication, transformer noise and losses in grain oriented silicon steels||Anderson P, Hall J||Baoshan Iron & Steel Co Ltd||350000||01/01/2014 - 31/12/2016|
|Development of novel techniques for the assessment of inter laminar resistance in transformer and reactor cores||Anderson P, Hall J||Cogent Power Ltd||78499||01/10/2011 - 30/09/2014|
|Investigation of the effect of manufacturing parameters on the magnetic properties of motor laminations for automotive applications||Anderson P, Hall J||TATA Steel||89188||01/03/2012 - 01/12/2012|
|Optimised electrical steels for high frequency and low flux density applications||Anderson P, Harrison C||Ser Cymru NRN AEM Swansea||68099||01/01/2016 - 31/12/2016|
|Study of Effective Methods of Characterisation of Magnostriction and its Fundamental Effect on Transformer Core Noise and Vibration||Anderson PI, Hall J, Moses AJ,||Various Industries||315000||01/07/2010 - 01/07/2013|
|Development of Novel Techniques for the Assessment of Interlaminar Resistance in Transformer and Reactor Cores.||HAMZEHBAHMANI Hamed||Graduate||PhD|
|Investigation of Acoustic Noise and Power Losses in Next-Generation Transformer Cores||SHAHROUZI Hamid||Current||PhD|
|PREDICTION OF THE EFFECT OF BUILDING FACTORS ON THE MAGNETIC PERFORMANCE OF ELECTRICAL STEELS IN AUTOMOTIVE APPLICATIONS.||LEWIS Nicholas James||Current||PhD|
|Investigation of Magnetic Properties and Barkhausen Noise of Electrical Steel||CHUKWUCHEKWA Nkwachukwu||Graduate||PhD|
|Novel Techniques for Characterisation and Control of Magnetostriction in G.O.S.S||KLIMCZYK Piotr||Graduate||PhD|
|Effects Of Burrs On A Three Phase Transformer Core Including Local Loss, Total Loss And Flux Distribution||MAZUREK Rafal||Graduate||PhD|
|Magnetostriction And Magnetic Anistropy In Non-Oriented Electrical Steels And Sator Core Laminations||SOMKUN Sakda||Graduate||PhD|
|STUDY OF EFFECTIVE METHODS OF CHARACTERISATION OF MAGNETORESTRICTION AND ITS FUNDAMENTAL EFFECT ON TRANSFORMER CORE NOISE||TABRIZI Shervin||Graduate||PhD|
|Investigation Of The Influence Of Magnetostriction And Magnestic Forces On Transformer Core Noise And Vibration||PHOPHONGVIWAT Teeraphon||Graduate||PhD|
|A Steady State Model for Predictioon Of Amplitude And Phase Errors In Measuring Current Transformers||KUTROWSKI Tomasz||Graduate||PhD|
|NOVEL COATING TECHNOLOGIES FOR ELECTRICAL STEELS||GOEL Vishu||Thesis Submitted||PhD|
|EMC Shielding Studies||DI Xiaojun||Graduate||PhD|