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Saint-Gobain’s RENCOL Thermoclad bi-metallic tolerance ring for EV motors

Saint-Gobain‘s first bi-metallic tolerance ring, RENCOL Thermoclad, is designed to help automotive OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers achieve heat transfer properties in EV motor applications, cutting down on the manufacturing time and space required by adhesives or heat-shrink press-fit. The company says RENCOL Thermoclad’s thermal transfer coefficient is competitive with leading adhesives, yet does not… Read more »

Experiencing silicone shortages in the EV market? Alleviate with battery pack gasket solutions. (Webinar)

Silicones are increasingly being used in the EV market for sealing applications where exceptional performance is required, such as sealing the battery case and battery management system. These materials are valued in particular for their low compression set, excellent protection against external influences and very good fire behavior, which is often qualified according to UL94-V0…. Read more »

Thermal runaway protection materials and value-added services you should expect from suppliers (Webinar)

Beyond The Product Portfolio: Value-Added Services You Should Expect from Your Suppliers The worldwide electric vehicle market is rapidly gaining traction, with many local and global suppliers offering solutions for EV battery pack applications such as thermal runaway protection, compression pads, pack seals, thermal interface materials and more. As Design and Release Engineers, you are… Read more »

Get Ahead of Thermal Runaway: Design More Adaptable Li-ion Battery Packs to Accommodate Changing EV Safety Regulations

Increasing global adoption of EVs is putting the spotlight on safety features for these next-generation vehicles. There are some inherent risks involved with the use of lithium-ion batteries, as instability in one cell/battery can increase the temperature of the cell and create an explosion and/or fire, causing irreparable damage. Considering the presence of many cells… Read more »

How to design adaptable Li-ion packs for changing EV safety regulations: Getting ahead of thermal runaway

Increasing global adoption of EVs is putting the spotlight on safety features for these next-generation vehicles. There are some inherent risks involved with the use of lithium-ion batteries, as instability in one cell/battery can increase the temperature of the cell and create an explosion and/or fire, causing irreparable damage. Considering the presence of many cells… Read more »

Nano One secures patent on high-energy NMC cathode powders

Nano One Materials has secured a US patent for its NMC cathode powders, which it says offer a proprietary means of making Li-ion batteries more durable, safer and cheaper. NMC cathodes are typically comprised of lithium, nickel, manganese and cobalt. Global battery makers are keen to limit the use of cobalt, which has a dodgy… Read more »

Sendyne’s new SFP101 precisely measures current using shunt of any material

A battery management system requires precise current measurements in order to derive State of Charge (SOC) and other important battery state information. To date, commercial shunt measurement systems are limited in their accuracy by two main factors. First, accuracy is affected by changes in temperature caused either by the environment or by the self-heating of… Read more »