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Welcome to xEVTechTalks 2023 

xEVTechTalks is a unique, week-long series of 20 individually hosted, free-to-attend live webinars dedicated to advanced electric vehicle battery technology innovation.

Established during the initial stages of the covid pandemic WeAutomotive Group launched this unique format of content to keep the industry connected. Since, xEVTechTalks has delivered over 1300 BEV content-led technical webinars covering a multitude of BEV industry challenges; led so far by 1890 industry expert speakers, viewed in total around the world over 500,700 times by automakers, Tier 1’s, and automotive suppliers! That is some accomplishment! We are officially the number #1, online foremost communication network for BEV engineers. This is thanks to our hundreds-of-thousands of OEM, Tier 1&2, technology and solution provider members, subscribers, patriots and viewers.

Take part in theBEV industries leading global webinar series where technology leaders showcase future innovations and disruptive technologies shaping the future of vehicle manufacturing.

“DuPont does many EV webinars with various 3rd party vendors. WeAutomotive Group is the only vendor where we get global coverage – every single time. We had true Homogeneous coverage from every major region with around 30% from the Americas, 30% from EMEA and 30% from APAC. I counted 37 separate countries registered for the last webinar, which is exceptional”

VP Global Marketing & Communication, DuPont

| What To Expect

WeAutomotive Group produce and organize some of the world’s leading and most revered BEV conferences, summits and exhibitions. That’s why our transition into webinar series was initially so successful. What makes our “TechTalks” particularly unique, is their very high OEM participation, attracting large groups of attendees and decision-making faculties from all the majors and innovative start-ups from across the world. Our programs are diligently researched and curated in partnership with the automotive manufacturing community, to ensure they address the most pertinent current challenges and key investment areas. This level of detail is part of our pioneering approach to content and ensures that we attract the highest level of attendees.

xEVTechTalks provide our attendees with an unparalleled technical- agenda and a way to access information that is specifically relevant to them; in a way that is convenient for them. Participants are able to join the webinars live or view the session recordings on demand. All registrations are automatically sent a link to live recording once that session is done.

xEVTechTalks will continue to disrupt the event space, giving the industry convenient access to high-quality technical information, that is curated specifically against today and tomorrows shared challenges and key investment areas.

As part of WeAutomotive Group’s premier xEV event portfolio, xEVTechTalks has become the premier online event for battery engineers to collectively address the key challenges and industry innovations surrounding the innovation of battery technologies.

Featured BEV TECHTALKS 2023

A Connected Process To Develop Battery And Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Propulsion Systems

How Simulation Will Help Overcome Key Industry Challenges In EV Development
Speaker Bios | Company Profile

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The development of vehicles powered by battery or hydrogen requires out-of-the-box thinking. The adoption of simulation-driven methodology is not only vital to the optimal usage of human resources and materials, but also the most viable solution to innovation. The consolidation of vehicle platforms by vehicle manufacturers demands a modular approach for electric motor and battery pack design, which in itself lends to shared technology across vehicle platforms and manufacturers.
While significant resources are allocated to develop new battery technologies, vehicle manufacturers are looking into alternative fuel sources such as hydrogen due to stringent timelines to eliminate the sales of internal combustion engine (ICE) based vehicles. Fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) operating with green hydrogen technology are a promising alternative to battery electric vehicles (BEVs). Fuel cells are more suitable for large vehicles such as trucks and trains considering the challenging battery size requirements for such large vehicles. In addition, they require less expensive commodities while tending towards zero emission, zero waste and no grid impact.
In this webinar, we will share a simulation driven methodology that can be adopted at any stage of propulsion system development for both BEVs and FCEVs with a robust, industry validated connected process. This includes leveraging pre-packaged workflows that apply to electric vehicles such as inverters and electric drives, as well as to bipolar plates and gas diffusion layers in hydrogen fuel cells. This highly scalable, customizable process will empower propulsion system engineering teams to develop solutions that are both suitable for the vehicle platform and exceed industry requirements.

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Exploring the 4 Critical Adhesive & Sealant Pillars to Optimize Your High-Voltage Batteries In Electric Vehicles

Elizabeth Knazs, Business Development Manager, Electric Vehicle and Battery Engineering Adhesives, HB Fuller

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  • HB. Fuller Supports EV OEMs and Tier manufactures by providing innovative materials, battery safety solutions, thermally conductive products, structural adhesives and sealing technologies. We provide complete turnkey solutions by including chemistry selection, product validation, production implementation, and technical support throughout the entire commercialization process
  • Our patented EV Protect 4006 increases EV battery safety by improving protection against fires and thermal propagation. Additional key benefits include corrosion protection, semi-structural support, NVH properties, impact resistance, while helping to maintain a stable internal battery temperature from extreme external environments
  • HB. Fuller’s next generation innovative adhesive and sealant solutions provide improved thermal management performance, increase structural rigidity, and seal against external environments. We are dedicated to developing products that help provide a safer battery for the future

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One Step Joining For Reliable Electrical Components: Cell-To-Cell With E-Clinching

Troy Walder,  Vice President Sales And Operations, Tox Pressotechnik USA

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The session addresses a simple joining of materials with the highest conductivity joint – keeping electrical resistance (and heat generated) to a minimum – reducing heat, reducing cooling systems energy consumption- in tern contributing to increasing vehicle range.
  • Connecting aluminum, copper and other metals to connect leads and cells together
  • How to connect different elements of the battery: E Clinching overview
  • How the Tox e-clinching process works
  • Solutions approach for the clinching process
  • Solutions approach to oxide layer challenge
  • Solutions approach for contact corrosion challenge
  • Application samples
  • E-clinching in multi-layer applications beyond two sheets

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Bonding, Sealing, And Potting: Key Technologies And Current Challenges In Electric Vehicle Battery Production

Rich Byczek, Global Technical Director Transportation Technologies – Intertek

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Bonding, sealing, and potting are key technologies in EV battery production that play a critical role in ensuring the performance, safety, and reliability of battery packs. In this session, we will delve into the key technologies of bonding, sealing, and potting in EV battery production, and highlight the current challenges associated with these processes.
Overview of Bonding, Sealing, and Potting in EV Battery Production: 
In this session, we will provide an overview of bonding, sealing, and potting as key technologies in EV battery production. We will discuss the importance of these processes in ensuring the structural integrity, electrical performance, and protection against environmental factors for battery packs. We will explore the different types of bonding, sealing, and potting techniques used in EV battery production, including adhesives, sealants, and potting compounds, as well as their applications and requirements in different battery pack designs and chemistries. We will also highlight the advantages and limitations of these technologies in EV battery production.
Current Challenges in Bonding, Sealing, and Potting for EV Battery Production:
Bonding, sealing, and potting processes in EV battery production come with their own set of challenges. In this session, we will discuss the key current challenges associated with these processes. This may include issues related to process reliability, repeatability, and scalability, as well as material compatibility, durability, and performance under varying operating conditions. We will also discuss the challenges related to process automation, cost optimization, and environmental regulations, as well as the need for standardization and quality control in bonding, sealing, and potting processes.
Material Selection and Process Optimization for Bonding, Sealing, and Potting in EV Battery Production:
The selection of appropriate materials and process optimization are critical for the successful implementation of bonding, sealing, and potting in EV battery production. In this session, we will focus on the latest advancements in materials and process optimization techniques for bonding, sealing, and potting. We will discuss the properties and characteristics of different materials used in these processes, such as adhesives, sealants, and potting compounds, and their suitability for different battery pack designs and operating conditions. We will also explore the process parameters, equipment, and techniques used for optimizing bonding, sealing, and potting processes in EV battery production, including surface preparation, curing, and quality control.
Reliability and Durability of Bonding, Sealing, and Potting in EV Battery Production:
Reliability and durability are critical factors in EV battery production, as the performance and safety of battery packs depend on the integrity of bonding, sealing, and potting processes. In this session, we will discuss the latest advancements in reliability and durability testing of bonded, sealed, and potted battery packs. We will explore the testing methods, standards, and protocols used for evaluating the performance and durability of bonded, sealed, and potted battery packs under various environmental conditions, such as temperature, humidity, vibration, and mechanical stress. We will also discuss the failure modes, mechanisms, and mitigation strategies related to bonding, sealing, and potting in EV battery production.

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Thermal Conductive Adhesives for Next Generation Cell-to-Pack Configurations

Timothy Vokes, Application Engineering Manager, Thermal Management Materials and Structural Adhesives, Parker Lord

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  • Current battery pack configurations – In the current, modular-based battery pack configuration, a minimum of two discrete thermal interface materials (TIMs) or “gap fillers” (GF) are typically employed to regulate the temperature of the modules and ensure safe, efficient performance
  • Trade-offs with conventional modular design – Challenges with the old design include added weight and volume from the inactive portions of the module which ultimately translates into compromised pack energy density
  • Next generation cell-to-pack configuration – Given these challenges, many EV and battery manufacturers are eliminating modules entirely and directly bond batteries to the cooling plate. This new module-free approach, referred to as “Cell-to-Pack” (CTP), reportedly increases volume-utilization space from 15-50%, depending upon battery cell design
  • The benefits of thermally conductive gap fillers – Cell-to-Pack configurations offer numerous benefits, including increased volume-utilization space from 15-50%, reduction in the number of parts up to 40%, less expensive, lower energy density cells given the extra space, improvements to pack energy density, and more!

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New And Innovated Approaches To Automating You Bonding Solutions

Rachel Stephan, Application Engineer, 3M – Industrial Adhesives and Tapes Division

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  • Manufacturers are commonly faced with challenges related to labor availability, increasing costs and inflation, and improving quality – leveraging automation addresses many of these problems.
  • Bonding automation offers numerous benefits, including improved process efficiency, reduced defects, the ability to explore new solutions, and significant cost savings. By streamlining tape and adhesive dispensing and application, automation enhances productivity, precision, and overall operational effectiveness.
  • Partner with 3M to overcome your most critical bonding challenges, including tape and adhesive selection, design and simulation, and production automation.
  • VHB™ Extrudable Tape is an innovative new solution that combines many of the benefits of a tape, with the automation capabilities traditionally limited to liquid adhesives.
  • The RoboTape™ System for 3M™ Tape is an advanced solution that automates the application of 3M™ Tape in a process that was traditionally done manually.
  • The 3M Bonding Process Center can help you see what is possible for automating your bonding application.  Collaborate with 3M’s team of tape and adhesive automation experts to design a process that fits your application needs.
  • The 3M Bonding Automation Network is a collection of system integrators, dispensing companies and robotics experts that 3M will connect customers with to implement solutions.

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Enabling Sustainable High Performance Battery Systems

Sarah Feezey, Project leader-EV Mobility – Sika Corporation

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Advanced Bonding and Sealing Technologies for Battery Systems:
Bonding and sealing are critical processes in the manufacturing and assembly of battery systems, and they play a crucial role in their performance, safety, and sustainability. The session will discuss advanced bonding and sealing technologies for battery systems and explore innovative adhesive and sealant solutions that provide reliable and durable bonds, seals, and encapsulations for battery cells, modules, and packs. We will explore technologies such as high adhesion, thermal stability, and chemical resistance, that are well-suited for the challenging requirements of EV battery systems as well as the application methods, process optimizations, and performance testing of bonding and sealing technologies in battery system manufacturing, and their contribution to the sustainability and performance of battery systems.
Sustainable Coating Solutions for Battery Systems:
Coating technologies are essential for the protection, insulation, and performance enhancement of battery systems. We will discuss sustainable coating solutions for battery systems and explore innovative coating technologies, such as thermal management coatings, corrosion protection coatings, and barrier coatings, that provide long-term protection and enhance the performance of battery systems. We will look at the environmental impact, durability, and performance benefits of coating solutions, and how they contribute to the sustainability of battery systems as well as the application methods, process optimizations, and performance testing of coating technologies in battery system manufacturing, and their role in enabling high-performance and sustainable battery systems.
System Integration Solutions for Battery Systems:
The integration of battery systems into EVs requires advanced solutions for electrical, thermal, and mechanical interfaces. This session will discuss system integration solutions for battery systems and explore innovative technologies, such as gasketing, potting, and encapsulation, that provide reliable and efficient sealing, insulation, and protection of battery systems; integration solutions, such as flexibility, thermal stability, and mechanical strength, that are essential for the demanding requirements of battery systems.
Sustainability and Circular Economy in Battery Systems:
Sustainability and circular economy principles are becoming increasingly important in the design, manufacturing, and management of battery systems. Discussing the approach to sustainability and circular economy in battery systems we will explore efforts in developing sustainable products, optimizing manufacturing processes, and promoting responsible battery management practices. We will explore the environmental impact, resource consumption, and circularity of technologies and solutions for battery systems and examine case studies and examples of successful sustainability and circular economy initiatives in battery systems; the lessons learned and best practices for incorporating sustainability and circular economy principles into battery system design, manufacturing, and management.

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A Connected, Performance-driven Electric Drive Development Process

How Simulation Will Help Overcome Key Industry Challenges In EV Development
Young-Chang Cho, Industry Process Expert Senior Specialist, Dassault Systemes
Satheesh Kandasamy, Industry Process Expert Director , Dassault Systemes

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Electric vehicle development to replace a mature ICE counterpart requires out-of-the-box thinking. The adoption of simulation-driven methodology is not only vital to the optimal usage of human resources and materials, but also the most viable solution to innovation. The consolidation of vehicle platforms by vehicle manufacturers demands a modular approach for electric motor design, which in itself lends to shared technology across vehicle platforms and manufacturers.
In this webinar, we present the value of using a unified modeling and simulation process that leverages the CAD-CAE connectivity for developing a new electric drive system or re-using one from an existing vehicle program. With the creation of a modular, fully-parametric and simulation-friendly electric drive model, it is possible to explore untouched design possibilities and test all possible scenarios in a more affordable time frame—thereby, accelerating the vehicle development program and preventing valuable engineering resources from being wasted.

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From Design To Manufacturing: The Key Role Of Dosing Techniques For Thermal Management

Speaker Bios | Company Profile

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  • Current trends in eMobility
  • Addressing challenges in manufacturing processes for thermal management
  • How various dosing techniques provide upside to manufacturability of ev batteries

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Simulation-Driven Design Using Tapes And Adhesives

Joey Benson, Application Engineering Specialist, 3M

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  • Electric vehicle manufacturers rely on adhesives to improve process efficacy, join lightweight materials, and meet multifunctional needs including crash resistance, thermal conductivity, electrical insulation, and noise vibration harshness (NVH) reduction.
  • Simulation is used extensively in the EV market to test structures virtually, reducing the time and resources required for physical testing. Material models for standard engineering materials are readily available, but adhesives exhibit more complex types of mechanical behaviors and thus require advanced testing and material calibration methods.
  • 3M supports customer simulation needs by providing adhesive material data cards that can be imported directly into FEA software.
  • The most suitable material model for simulating an adhesive depends on how the adhesive responds to loads and the objectives of the simulation. Viscoelastic models are typically employed to simulate pressure-sensitive adhesives or tapes, whereas linear elastic-plastic models or cohesive zone models are commonly used for simulating structural adhesives.

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The Power Partnership Of High Voltage And Low Voltage Batteries

Eric Michielutti, Director, Lithium Ion Product Technology, Clarios

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  • The industry has seen incredible advances in high voltage cell manufacturing over the past several years with the rise and increase of electrified powertrains
  • But what about the low voltage battery? Is there a future? Learn more about the ever increasing role of the 12V battery in electrified powertrains and how much vehicles in the future will depend on it

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Advanced Technology For Characterizing EV Battery Materials

Mike Hjelmstad, Applications Specialist, Oxford Instruments
Wei Liu, Applications Scientist, WITec
Wendy Nason Palmer, NMR Applications Specialist, Oxford Instruments America
Ted Limpoco, Senior Applications Scientist, Oxford Instruments Asylum Research

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Developing materials for next-generation EV batteries requires advanced analytical technologies such as Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM), NMR Spectroscopy, Energy Dispersive X-Ray Spectroscopy (EDS), Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD), Wavelength Dispersive Spectroscopy (WDS), and Raman Imaging.  This webinar will be divided into components:
  • AFM – Applications of AFM that relate to nanoimaging of battery components and interfaces.
  • SEM – Cleanliness, particle size, shape, and composition analysis of powders and electrodes using EDS, EBSD, and WDS.
  • NMR –Leveraging diffusion and conductivity data from NMR for formulation development to gain insight into energy density along with charge/discharge performance.
  • Raman Imaging – Investigating the cycling-induced chemical changes and degradation of cathodes, anodes and separators.

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Past BEV Techtalks 

Modeling Structural Adhesive Joints In Electric Vehicles

Pressure Sensitive Adhesive (PSA) Applications In E-mobility Applications

Automating Your Adhesive Application

Battery Interconnect Technology And Outlook

In Pursuit Of Silence Inside BEVs: The New Products Behind The Next Level Of Acoustic Comfort

Don’t Just Delay Cell-to-Cell Thermal Propagation, Stop It

Liquid Cooling For EV Charging: How To Make Connections That Drive Performance & Reliability

Thermal Management & Bonding of Lithium Battery Cells & Modules

Thermal Conductive Adhesives For Next Generation Cell-to-Pack Configurations

Use Of Adiabatic Calorimetry In Battery Safety

Building Digital Twins Towards A Complete, Faster, Cost Effective & More Optimal Design Of Vehicles

Thermal Management Optimization For The Future Of Battery Designs

Improve Process Efficiency Through Thermal Adhesive Simulation For Tool Path Optimization & Module Assembly

Battery Immersion Cooling: The Lightest And Safest Solution For EVs And HEVs

Engineering The Thermal & Safety Challenges In Next-Generation Battery Packs

Low Carbon Footprint Technologies For Automotive Acoustics And Battery Composites: The Key Enablers For Sustainable Mobility

The Basics Of UN 38.3 And The Requirements For The Transportation Of Lithium Batteries

Cell & Battery Abuse: Development Of Thermal Runaway / Propagation Tests For EV & Stationary Batteries

EVSE Charging And Safety Standards, Going Beyond Level 1 And 2

Future Of Water-Glycol Cooling In Electric Vehicles

Adhesive & Sealing Systems For High-Voltage Batteries In Electric Vehicle

Material Solutions For Module Integration For Cylindrical Cells

Enabling Smarter Battery Pack Design & Assembly Processes With Innovative Adhesive, Sealant & Thermal Technologies

Innovative Thermal Interface Materials: How Adhesives And Sealants Are Accelerating xEV’s

Propagation Control Strategies And The Use Of Flexible Graphite Heat Spreaders

Full System Solutions To Enable Battery Pack Assemblies With Innovative Adhesive & Thermal Management Solutions

Overcoming Technical & Cost Challenges For Next Generation Automotive Batteries

Understanding The Thermal And Safety Challenges In Next-Generation Battery Packs

Why Immersed Battery Cooling

Monitoring Cell Temperature To Optimize Battery Performance And Design

Extending Battery Life of Electric Vehicle Fleets

Silicone Foams And Thermally Conductive Silicones In Battery Pack Assembly

Simulation To Aid Design: Accurately Predicting Thermal Performance And State Of Health Of A Battery Pack

Methodology For Modelling And Simulating Battery Thermal Runaway Events

Thermal Interface Materials – Gap Filler Liquids For Battery Systems

Specifying Thermal Management Solutions For Battery Pack Design

Battery Thermal Comfort: A Multi-Component Approach

EV Battery Pack Design And Material Selection For High Performing Batteries

Improved Methods For Leak Testing Li-Ion Batteries

Three Innovative Material Solutions To Address Technical Challenges In Automotive Electrification

Battery Connection Solutions In e-Mobility: 3 Distinct Technologies For Battery Manufacturing

Solving A Burning Issue: Dealing With Thermal Runaway

Driving Toward The BEV Tipping Point: Solving cost And Scalability Challenges

Upscaling Processes For New Battery Raw Materials From Laboratory Into Industrial Production

Breakthrough Silicon Anodes For Next-Gen EV Batteries

Material Options For Insulating And Protecting Power Distribution And Cooling Components In The Battery

Making The Next Super-Battery Solid-State Batteries

Efficient BMS Testing Throughout The BMS Development Lifecycle

Demystifying BMS Hardware-In-the-Loop (HIL) Testing

Methods For Leak Testing Lithium-ion Batteries

Thermal Propagation Prevention: Materials, Application, & Automation Techniques

How New Laser Technologies Can Help Advance Your Battery Manufacturing

Introducing Battery Intelligence: The Key To Powering Your Battery Program Through COVID-19 And Beyond

How To Advance Aluminum Laser Welding In Automotive Structures

EV Battery & Electrification Testing – From the Grid To The Road

Choosing The Right Scanner And Laser Solution In Battery Manufacturing

Using Clad Metal Innovations For Battery, Charging, And Thermal Management Challenges In Automotive Electrification

Powder Coating Solutions For Electric Vehicle Components

Innovative Solutions & Performance Materials For Lithium Ion Battery Packs

EV Battery Simulation, Accurately Predicting Performance & State Of Health

Upscaling Processes For New Battery Raw Materials From Laboratory Into Industrial Production

COVESTRO: New Ways To Manage Heat – Makrolon® TC

H.B. Fuller’s Innovative Materials For EV Batteries

Hybrid Electronic Control Technology For HV DC Switching

Battery Pack Material Selection & Design For Scaled Mass Production

Pressure Sensitive Adhesive (PSA) Applications In Li-ion Battery Assembly Processes

Laser Solutions For Demanding Battery Manufacturing Applications

Increasing Thermal Transfer In EV Batteries Through The Use Of Openair-Plasma® Technology

Engineering The Thermal & Safety Challenges In Next-Generation Battery Packs

Testing Battery Sensitivities of EV Subsystems Using Battery Simulation And Hardware-In-the-Loop (HIL) Techniques

Technical Manufacturing Audits Of Cell Manufacturers

Translating FTRC Results Into Practical Thermal Analysis Techniques

Why Is The Ultra-Thin Heating Polyimide Film The Best Value Solution For Battery Warm Up?

Robust Early Detection Of Thermal Runaway (REDTR)

Sensor Optimization For Effective Thermal Management And HP/HX Control For xEV And Stationary Storage Batteries

Liquid Cooling For EVs – Cooling Strategies & Avoiding Issues For Reliable Fast Charging Electric Vehicles

Safer, Cooler, Faster, And Farther – Adhesives For Thermal Solutions In EV Battery Packs

Innovative Material Solutions To Address Electric Vehicle Safety & Thermal Management Challenges

Cell & Battery Abuse: Development Of Thermal Runaway/Propagation Tests For EV & Stationary Batteries

Thermal Propagation Control Strategies and the Use of Flexible Graphite Heat Spreaders

Staying Cool – Thermal Management When No Two Battery Packs Are The Same

EV Battery Design for Manufacturability: Process to Production

Temperature Counts: Increasing xEV Safety, Comfort, Range And Performance With NTC Sensors

Next Generation Silicone Solutions for xEV Battery Challenges

Integration Of The Battery Casing With The Cooling Plate, Enabled By A Coolant-Resistant Structural Adhesive

Innovations In Electric Vehicle Cooling Technologies

Sensor Design And Optimization For xEV, EVSE, And ESS Thermal Management

EV Battery Design for Manufacturability: Thermal Management Troubleshooting

How Adhesives Material Science Can Support Sustainability Goals For Automotive

Review Of Battery Cooler Brazing Development: Case Study

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