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

Presented by:

  • Susan Donaldson, Scientist I, Parker Lord

  • Tim Fornes, PhD, Technology Fellow, Parker Lord

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Oct 18, 2022, 10:30 am EDT

Cell-to-Pack is the direct bonding of individual battery cells to the battery pack’s cooling plate, and it's a new trend in the EV market. It improves performance by providing higher pack energy density, improved part complexity, lower thermal loads on the battery pack, and simpler, lower-cost manufacturing of packs. To support Cell-to-Pack (CTP), new thermally conductive adhesive technology is necessary. These adhesives should have high thermal conductivity with low viscosity, like the new urethane adhesive we have developed. Those experts working on the design and manufacturing of battery systems, especially automotive OEMs, would find these new developments important.

This presentation will highlight the key factors motivating EV manufacturers from moving away from traditional modular designs to new CTP designs.

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