Webinar Series: TechTalks 2022

xEV Battery Thermal Management Innovation

Next-Generation Battery Thermal Management; Materials, Systems & Technologies

ON DEMAND

Adhesive & Sealing Systems for High-Voltage Batteries in EV’s

Elizabeth Knazs, Business Development Manager II Strategic OEM/EV – HB Fuller

Marlen Valverde, Business Development Manager II Strategic OEM/EV – HB Fuller

Nathan Whitford, Global Product Manager – OEM/EV – HB Fuller

  • An overview of adhesive system and technology offerings for high-voltage batteries
  • Assessing desired strengths, service considerations and the manufacturing requirements
  • Further options for replacing mechanical fastenings
  • Gap fillers as suitable alterations to thermally conductive pads
  • Thermal characteristics and requirements for high voltage batteries

ON DEMAND

Material Solutions For Module Integration For Cylindrical Cells

Christopher Schirwitz, e-mobility: Energy Storage And Battery Packaging – Covestro

Terry Davis, Principle Engineer, Field Technical Service Manager – Covestro

  • How amorphous thermoplastics enable the design and mass-production of high-performance battery modules: Discover the benefits of polycarbonates and polycarbonate blends in the manufacture of precise and reliable parts that meet application needs for packaging of cylindrical cell battery modules and beyond.
  • We provide an overview of material solutions and application examples including insights into joining technologies, cooling / thermal management, and sustainability – to take the design of your battery module to the next level.

ON DEMAND

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

Bill Brown, Business Development Manager NA – e-Mobility, Henkel

  • How thermal interface materials can enable reliable battery pack thermal management and protect against thermal propagation
  • How innovative sealant technologies can optimize battery pack serviceability and provide a reliable shield against external contaminants
  • How adhesives can unlock cost-efficient, high-speed and flexible component assembly processes

ON DEMAND

Innovative Thermal Interface Materials: How Adhesives & Sealants Are Accelerating xEVs

Nick Cupelli, Senior Application Engineer – Parker LORD Corporation

  • Identifying Trends in Thermal Management Materials for EVs, this presentation will dive into four top trends we’re seeing in the market for 2021 when it comes to thermal management solutions used in electric vehicle applications. Insights, data and real-world testing will be presented for the following trends:
  • Serviceability: EV Batteries need to be repaired or replaced as they age.
  • Alternate Chemistry Materials: Silicone versus Non-Silicone
  • Low Density Materials: Materials with high thermal conductivity traditionally are very dense, but with the increasing need for light-weighting in the automotive market, thermal management suppliers are finding ways to maintain thermal conductivity while reducing density.
  • Rework-ability: Addressing challenges during repair, removal and re-manufacturing.

ON DEMAND

Adhesive & Sealing Systems for High-Voltage Batteries in EV’s

Elizabeth Knazs, Business Development Manager II Strategic OEM/EV – HB Fuller

Marlen Valverde, Business Development Manager II Strategic OEM/EV – HB Fuller

Nathan Whitford, Global Product Manager – OEM/EV – HB Fuller

  • An overview of adhesive system and technology offerings for high-voltage batteries
  • Assessing desired strengths, service considerations and the manufacturing requirements
  • Further options for replacing mechanical fastenings
  • Gap fillers as suitable alterations to thermally conductive pads
  • Thermal characteristics and requirements for high voltage batteries

ON DEMAND

Material Solutions For Module Integration For Cylindrical Cells

Christopher Schirwitz, e-mobility: Energy Storage And Battery Packaging – Covestro

Terry Davis, Principle Engineer, Field Technical Service Manager – Covestro

  • How amorphous thermoplastics enable the design and mass-production of high-performance battery modules: Discover the benefits of polycarbonates and polycarbonate blends in the manufacture of precise and reliable parts that meet application needs for packaging of cylindrical cell battery modules and beyond.
  • We provide an overview of material solutions and application examples including insights into joining technologies, cooling / thermal management, and sustainability – to take the design of your battery module to the next level.

ON DEMAND

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

Bill Brown, Business Development Manager NA – e-Mobility, Henkel

  • How thermal interface materials can enable reliable battery pack thermal management and protect against thermal propagation
  • How innovative sealant technologies can optimize battery pack serviceability and provide a reliable shield against external contaminants
  • How adhesives can unlock cost-efficient, high-speed and flexible component assembly processes

ON DEMAND

Innovative Thermal Interface Materials: How Adhesives & Sealants Are Accelerating xEVs

Nick Cupelli, Senior Application Engineer – Parker LORD Corporation

  • Identifying Trends in Thermal Management Materials for EVs, this presentation will dive into four top trends we’re seeing in the market for 2021 when it comes to thermal management solutions used in electric vehicle applications. Insights, data and real-world testing will be presented for the following trends:
  • Serviceability: EV Batteries need to be repaired or replaced as they age.
  • Alternate Chemistry Materials: Silicone versus Non-Silicone
  • Low Density Materials: Materials with high thermal conductivity traditionally are very dense, but with the increasing need for light-weighting in the automotive market, thermal management suppliers are finding ways to maintain thermal conductivity while reducing density.
  • Rework-ability: Addressing challenges during repair, removal and re-manufacturing.

ON DEMAND

Managing The Impacts Of Fast Charging On Thermal Management Of The Battery Pack

Bret Trimmer, Application Engineering Manager, NEOGRAF Solutions

  • Analysing thermal management as the primary accelerator for extended driving range per charge
  • The main thermal management in use today is aluminum; which is thick, heavy and poor conductor of heat. The challenge of using aluminium for extended driving range without the pack becoming too large and heavy to be practical
  • Flexible graphite: Same heat spread as aluminum, half the thickness and half the weight
  • Case Study examples of graphite cooling fins from large scale marine Li-ion battery systems

TUES 15 FEBRUARY 17:00 (CET) 11:00 (ET)

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

Rich Byczek, Global Technical Lead For Electric Vehicle & Energy Storage, Intertek

  • Cell and Battery Types & Definitions
  • Latest updates to the UN 38.3, 7th Edition requirements
  • Which tests are required for each type
  • When and how to reduce samples and testing
  • Interpreting the test criteria and when does a new battery require testing
  • And more…

WEDS 16 FEBRUARY 17:00 (CET) 11:00 (ET)

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

Rich Byczek, Global Technical Lead For Electric Vehicle & Energy Storage, Intertek

  • Understand the key regulatory and standards roadmaps for EV, Stationary and eMobility battery applications
  • Thermal runaway and propagation occurrences in the real world
  • Key Thermal runaway test requirements and standards
  • Methods of inducing single cell events in the lab environment
  • Scaling to module and system tests
  • Test criteria, data collection and measurement methods
  • Limitations and challenges in test environments
  • And more…..

THURS 24 FEBRUARY 16:00 (CET) 10:00 (ET)

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

Jennifer Weiche, Simulation Analysis Engineer, AVL

Juergen Schneider, Senior Solution Manager Virtual Battery Development, AVL

For optimal cooling of battery packs and power electronics, it is of crucial importance that thermal grease (paste) is applied reliably in the battery manufacturing process. This ensures proper battery safety during operation and avoids warranty work.
  • Learn how simulation supports the development of automated manufacturing processes and improves production efficiency
  • Minimize squeeze-out losses during module assembly
  • Achieve wet-out targets through process optimization
  • Innovative solutions for simulating highly viscous materials

ON DEMAND

Managing The Impacts Of Fast Charging On Thermal Management Of The Battery Pack

Bret Trimmer, Application Engineering Manager, NEOGRAF Solutions

  • Analysing thermal management as the primary accelerator for extended driving range per charge
  • The main thermal management in use today is aluminum; which is thick, heavy and poor conductor of heat. The challenge of using aluminium for extended driving range without the pack becoming too large and heavy to be practical
  • Flexible graphite: Same heat spread as aluminum, half the thickness and half the weight
  • Case Study examples of graphite cooling fins from large scale marine Li-ion battery systems

TUES 15 FEBRUARY 17:00 (CET) 11:00 (ET)

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

Rich Byczek, Global Technical Lead For Electric Vehicle & Energy Storage, Intertek

  • Cell and Battery Types & Definitions
  • Latest updates to the UN 38.3, 7th Edition requirements
  • Which tests are required for each type
  • When and how to reduce samples and testing
  • Interpreting the test criteria and when does a new battery require testing
  • And more…

WEDS 16 FEBRUARY 17:00 (CET) 11:00 (ET)

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

Rich Byczek, Global Technical Lead For Electric Vehicle & Energy Storage, Intertek

  • Understand the key regulatory and standards roadmaps for EV, Stationary and eMobility battery applications
  • Thermal runaway and propagation occurrences in the real world
  • Key Thermal runaway test requirements and standards
  • Methods of inducing single cell events in the lab environment
  • Scaling to module and system tests
  • Test criteria, data collection and measurement methods
  • Limitations and challenges in test environments
  • And more…..

THURS 24 FEBRUARY 16:00 (CET) 10:00 (ET)

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

Jennifer Weiche, Simulation Analysis Engineer, AVL

Juergen Schneider, Senior Solution Manager Virtual Battery Development, AVL

For optimal cooling of battery packs and power electronics, it is of crucial importance that thermal grease (paste) is applied reliably in the battery manufacturing process. This ensures proper battery safety during operation and avoids warranty work.
  • Learn how simulation supports the development of automated manufacturing processes and improves production efficiency
  • Minimize squeeze-out losses during module assembly
  • Achieve wet-out targets through process optimization
  • Innovative solutions for simulating highly viscous materials

If you are interesting in hosting or sponsoring a webinar or virtual workshop as part of 2022’s Electric Vehicle Battery Thermal Management Webinar Series please contact us on

info@we-automotive.com or by phone on USA +1 (313) 799 2911 or Europe +44 (0)7932 631 029

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