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Using Materials Science & Precision Converting to Solve the Thermal Runaway Problem: A Panel Discussion

Presented by:

  • Dominic Bowlin, Rotational Engineer, JBC Technologies

  • Bret Trimmer, Applications Engineering Manager, Neograf Solutions

  • Jensen Plummer, Global EV/ESS R&D Engineer, Morgan Advanced Materials

  • Scott Krusinski, Product Manager, Automotive & Other Transportation, Avery Dennison Performance Tapes

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Oct 19, 2022, 11:45 am EDT

Drivers of electric vehicles want to be able to achieve a full charge as quickly as possible. They also want long-lasting batteries. But fast charge/discharge cycles generate excess heat that is detrimental to the life of the battery. Product designers need a way to pull the heat out as fast as it comes in. They also need a way to protect cells from damage as the cells expand and contract.

So how do you protect cells from excess heat generated during the fast charge and discharge cycles required for high performance day-to-day operations. And what do you do with all that thermal energy if something goes wrong?

JBC Technologies has assembled a panel of experts to help provide answers to these questions and more. Join JBC Process Engineer Dominic Bowlin, NeoGraf Solutions Applications Engineer Bret Trimmer, Morgan Advanced Materials Global EV/ ESS R&D Engineer Jensen Plummer, and Avery Dennison Performance Tapes product manager Scott Krusinski to learn how you can use materials science and precision converting to improve the day-to-day performance of the battery and solve the thermal runaway problem.

We’ll cover:
  • Where and how custom converted specialty materials can be used within the EV Battery Pack to improve the user experience and enhance vehicle safety

  • High-performance materials that can be used spread, shield, and isolate heat to help you achieve these objectives

  • Why incorporating multiple materials into a single part is key to reduce the vehicle weight, and cost, while increasing battery range

  • The flexible materials converting technologies that make it possible to fabricate multi-functional materials







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