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.
- 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