MON-20-SEP 11am (CET) 5am (ET)
Innovative Solutions & Performance Materials For Lithium Ion Battery Packs
Jan Kettemann, Head of Global New Business Development, Freudenberg
Tobias Speth, Sales Manager / Application Engineer, Freudenberg
Battery Pack Liquid Absorbers: With adjustable absorption capacity and custom geometries, battery pack liquid absorbers ensure long-lasting battery packs.
EMI Shieldings: For an important protection from external interferences.
Friction Inserts: Secure and optimize bolted and press-fitted joints
MON-20-SEP 1pm (CET) 7am (ET)
Integration Of The Battery Casing With The Cooling Plate, Enabled By A Coolant-Resistant Structural Adhesive
Next-Generation Battery Thermal Management Systems & Technologies
Durable cooling system enabled by hot-coolant-resistant structural adhesive
Reduced weight versus monolithic protection covers
Reduced packaging space via integrated cooling channels
Simplified battery assembly with no separate pipework
Enhanced thermal efficiency between cells and cooling system
MON-20-SEP 3pm (CET) 9am (ET)
Using Clad Metal Innovations For Battery, Charging, And Thermal Management Challenges In Automotive Electrification
Sejin Im, Global Market Director, Automotive Materion Corporation
Joe Kaiser, VP-Product & Market Development Materion Corporation
High reliability, stronger joints and lower electrical impedance for more compact battery connection designs and unmatched electrical and mechanical performance
Low friction and wear resistant connector material that enable faster DC charging and stable performance at elevated temperatures
Structural and thermal battery enclosure materials that enable higher energy density and light weighting
MON-20-SEP 6pm (CET) 12pm (ET)
Powder Coating Solutions For Electric Vehicle Components
Kevin Hales, Automotive Innovation Manager – Powder Coatings – AkzoNobel
A discussion on E-mobility and industry trends, which have identified opportunities uniquely positioned for powder coating technology and applications.
Why powder coating?
E mobility offering
Application methods (hot & cold)
TUE-21-SEP 11am (CET) 5am (ET)
EV Battery Simulation, Accurately Predicting Performance & State Of Health
Satheesh Kandasamy, Industry Process Expert Director, Propulsion & Performance, Dassault Systemes
Design the electric vehicle battery that exceeds performance target for driving range, fast charging, acceleration, durability, passenger comfort and safety, and yet cost-competitive in the market.
Design and evaluate innovative cooling system that will provide the best thermal environment for battery longevity, vehicle performance, passenger comfort, while optimizing the overall vehicle thermal efficiency.
Design battery packs that are lightweight and cost-effective, yet strong and durable, by optimizing the battery pack structure design and validate the strength against the toughest driving condition on the road.
Ensure safety of the battery, even under the most extreme conditions, including extreme temperatures and crash events, and ensure that the passengers and first responders are always safe.
Deliver safer and more reliable electric vehicles with Dassault Systemes electric vehicle workflows powered by 3DEXPERIENCE platform
TUE-21-SEP 1pm (CET) 7am (ET)
Upscaling Processes For New Battery Raw Materials From Laboratory Into Industrial Production
Axel Weiand, Vice President Sales New Business – OneJoon
Onejoon – a global player in the battery raw material processing
Production equipment – a considerable factor for the batteries lifetime sustainability
From lab into industrial size production: It takes broad process experience to define the right steps from lab through validation into production
Kilns for Cathode Active material: Pusher and Roller kilns – challenges and advantages
Kilns for Anode Material: choosing from a wide range of modular furnace solutions, customized to meet specific process requirements
The right concept for the right process – Comparison between rotary furnaces, roller hearth furnaces, pusher furnaces and tube furnaces
Experience matters: building a tight cooperation between the furnace builder and the raw material producer to reach a fast and smooth transition into large scale production
Test center and Simulation: Combination of production scale tests and supporting CFD and FEM simulations for an efficient scale up
TUE-21-SEP 3pm (CET) 9am (ET)
New Ways To Manage Heat – Makrolon® TC
Jim Lorenzo, Application Development Engineer, Covestro
Christopher Schirwitz, Technical Marketing Manager E&E, Covestro
Introduction to thermal conductive polymers
Why thermally conductive polycarbonate can change heat management
Design for Sustainability with Makrolon TC
Heat management for Wi-Fi routers, electric vehicle batteries, connected devices and LED lighting
Showing case studies of commercially available products using Makrolon TC
TUE-21-SEP 6pm (CET) 12pm (ET)
H.B. Fuller’s Innovative Materials For EV Batteries
Nathan Whitford, Global Product Manager – OEM & EV Automotive – HB Fuller
Elizabeth Knazs, Business Development Manager OEM/EV – HB Fuller
Richard Cohen Business Development Manager – OEM / EV / Agriculture, Construction & Mining Equipment – HB Fuller
Michael Owens, Business Development Manager EV/OEM – HB Fuller
H.B. Fuller At-A-Glance
Intro to H.B. Fuller e-Mobility Solutions
EV Protect 4006 Fire Protection Encapsulation
Thermal Management EV Battery Pack
Battery Pack Seals
Structural Adhesive for Battery Packs
Cell to Carrier Bonding
WED-22-SEP 11am (CET) 5am (ET)
Hybrid Electronic Control Technology For HV DC Switching
Jim Tullo, President, Schaltbau North America
Francois Rademeyer, Managing Director, Schaltbau Radél South Africa & Radél Pty Ltd
Martin Zierer, Application Specialist, Schaltbau GmbH
Intelligent electric vehicle power distribution
Safe and reliable HV DC circuit switching technology
Health, Condition and Usage Monitoring Systems (HUMS)
Safe Solutions for handling potential failure mode
Having safety and efficiency in the focus
WED-22-SEP 1pm (CET) 7am (ET)
Battery Pack Material Selection & Design For Scaled Mass Production
WED-22-SEP 3pm (CET) 9am (ET)
Pressure Sensitive Adhesive (PSA) Applications In Li-ion Battery Assembly Processes
Paul Schwitter, R&D Leader & Business Development Manager, ATP Adhesive Systems AG
Self-adhesive insulation films (mica, aramid) to prevent Thermal Propagation. (applied in battery housings)
Self-adhesive layers in between the pouches (double sided tapes) for Cell-to-Cell bonding
Thermically conductive (TIM) materials for heat sinks, thermal interface materials
Single sided or double sided Polyester films for electrical insulation
WED-22-SEP 6pm (CET) 12pm (ET)
Laser Solutions For Demanding Battery Manufacturing Applications
Jean-Philippe Lavoie, North America Applications Lab Manager, Coherent
Marc Auger, Sales Development Manager – Automotive, Coherent
Discover how our laser solutions can help you scale up your battery production
Walk away with new insights into solving the most challenging battery applications
Learn how to improve your product design to maximize laser compatibility
THU-23-SEP 1pm (CET) 7am (ET)
Increasing Thermal Transfer In EV Batteries Through The Use Of Openair-Plasma® Technology
Tim Smith, Chief Technology Officer – Plasmatreat North America Inc.
Learn how through the use of Openair-Plasma® technology,
The mechanical strength and thermal transfer of individual cells can be increased
Wire bond failures can be avoided
Aluminium battery enclosure seals can be protected from environmental corrosion
THU-23-SEP 3pm (CET) 9am (ET)
Engineering The Thermal & Safety Challenges In Next-Generation Battery Packs
Bret A. Trimmer, Applications Engineering Manager – NeoGraf Solutions, LLC.
Chad Finkbeiner, Application Engineer – NeoGraf Solutions, LLC
Battery cooling is essential in four key aspects. Methods for controlling each will be discussed.
There are four main strategies battery pack manufacturers use to prevent thermal propagation. Each method will be discussed.
Each thermal propagation control method introduces benefits or harm to the cells in fast charging ability, cell cycle lifetime, maximum discharge rate, and driving range.
For applications where smaller-pack-size and lighter-weight are important, flexible graphite is a direct substitute for aluminum.
THU-23-SEP 6pm (CET) 12pm (ET)
Testing Battery Sensitivities of EV Subsystems Using Battery Simulation And Hardware-In-the-Loop (HIL) Techniques
Grant Gothing, Chief Technology Officer – Bloomy
Many EV subsystems are sensitive to battery performance and behaviour.
The drivetrain, inverters, ECM and ECUs all interact with the battery, and are affected by SoC, SoH, imbalance, alarms, and DTCs.
These interactions are difficult, expensive, and dangerous to replicate using actual EV batteries.
Grant Gothing presents EV subsystem testing using the real BMS and COTS battery cell simulation hardware. Benefits include improved safety, reliability, repeatability, efficiency, cost and test coverage over real battery testing.
FRI-24-SEP 11am (CET) 5am (ET)
Metering, Mixing And Dispensing Solutions For Battery Cell Manufacturing Applications
Dispensing technology that fulfils the hottest challenges in E-Mobility and Power Electronics.
How To solve the challenges in power electronics with dispensing technology?
The optimal dispensing pattern to help achieve the desired cycle time for your individual application
It is important to know which type of dispensing needle is right for your specific application. Using the wrong dispensing needle can lead to broken machinery and down time, poor quality and an inefficient production process: Choosing the right dispensing needle (cone, straight, Particle size?)
FRI-24-SEP 1pm (CET) 7am (ET)
Understanding Thermal Runaway Response Variability: Utilizing the Battery Failure Databank to Inform Thermal Model Driven Designs
William Q. Walker, Ph.D., Battery Thermal Engineer, NASA
No two thermal runaway events are the same which results in a significant gap between analysis results and reality.
To help address this gap, NASA and NREL have partnered together to make the Battery Failure Databank publicly available (downloadable from www.nasa.gov/ftrc).
The databank contains hundreds of fractional thermal runaway calorimetry (FTRC) datasets and corresponding high speed X-ray videos (~1700 fps) of lithium-ion cell internals at the moment of failure.
This presentation will provide the audience with a detailed description of what the databank is, what data can be found in it, and why it is important to address thermal runaway variability when performing thermal runaway analysis of a battery pack, module, or assembly.
FRI-24-SEP 3pm (CET) 9am (ET)
Technical Manufacturing Audits Of Cell Manufacturers
Tom O’Hara, Global Business Manager, Intertek’s Energy Storage Advisory Services
Company History and Manufacturing Capabilities
General Review of Facilities
Discussion of Manufacturing and Product Safety
Design and Process FMEAs
Focus on Critical Processes
Focus on Likely Root Cause Issues (if this is a Failure Analysis)
How is Product Safety Assured
Assessment of the manufacturer’s depth of Li-Ion understanding
FRI-24-SEP 6pm (CET) 12pm (ET)
Translating FTRC Results into Practical Thermal Analysis Techniques
Peter J. Hughes, Battery Thermal Engineer, NASA
Effective analysis techniques that evaluate pack/module/assembly level response to thermal runaway variability, as opposed to just a single event, is critical to mitigating the risk of catastrophic failure.
Analysis recreating an abuse test in a thermal analysis or multi-physics analysis software must consider not just correlation to the test, but should also evaluate where they test might fall into the overall range of possible thermal runaway outcomes for the given cell.
This presentation provides a framework to address the challenges of simulating thermal runaway variability with a distributed heat load approach.
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Why Immersed Battery Cooling
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