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Posts Tagged: Charged Virtual Conference on EV Engineering

Today’s EV engineering webinar schedule: Thursday, October 21

Charged is hosting a virtual conference on EV engineering that’s free to attend this week. The conference includes live webinar sessions with interactive Q&As and on-demand webinars. View the daily session schedule online here. All of the live sessions will be recorded and available to view after the broadcasts. You can access the recorded videos… Read more »

Today’s EV engineering webinar schedule: Wednesday, October 20

Charged is hosting a virtual conference on EV engineering that’s free to attend this week. The conference includes live webinar sessions with interactive Q&As and on-demand webinars. View the daily session schedule online here. All of the live sessions will be recorded and available to view after the broadcasts. You can access the recorded videos… Read more »

Today’s EV engineering webinar schedule: Tuesday, October 19

Charged is hosting a virtual conference on EV engineering that’s free to attend this week. The conference includes live webinar sessions with interactive Q&As and on-demand webinars. View the daily session schedule online here. All of the live sessions will be recorded and available to view after the broadcasts. You can access the recorded videos… Read more »

Today’s EV engineering webinar schedule: Monday, October 18

Charged is hosting a virtual conference on EV engineering that’s free to attend and it starts today. The conference includes live webinar sessions with interactive Q&As and on-demand webinars. View the daily session schedule online here. All of the live sessions will be recorded and available to view after the broadcasts. You can access the… Read more »

Latest in EV batteries, power electronics and motors: 3 days left to join us

The next free-to-attend Charged Virtual Conference on EV Engineering starts Monday. The conference content will span the EV engineering supply chain and ecosystem including motor and power electronics design and manufacturing, cell development, battery systems, testing, powertrains, thermal management, circuit protection, wire and cable, EMI/EMC and more. Register now for free to reserve your spot…. Read more »

AVL’s new line of test equipment for a trouble-free EV charging experience

The charging experience is one of the largest differences between vehicles with a battery and vehicles with a fuel tank. The core charging requirements are established and standardized, however, both the technology and applications are still in the early stages of maturity. Therefore, they are subjected to intense market pressure to expand, evolve, and improve…. Read more »

New battery inspection technologies: X-ray CT and Microscopy

Battery manufacturers face quality and process control challenges when battery components need to be inspected without being destroyed. The cells are inspected to map the electrode’s microstructure in 3D, the heterogeneities, foil stacking, welding joints, contacts, and their effect on battery aging and performance through several cycles of charging and discharging. X-ray microscopy and computed… Read more »

In-line inspection of EV transmission components

Join this session next week at the Charged Virtual Conference on EV Engineering, presented by DWFritz, to learn about the need for and application of in-line inspection for key transmission components for EVs. Specifically, we will discuss market needs and 3D inspection case studies for inspecting gears, traction motor, brakes and clutches. The case study… Read more »

How to improve battery testing efficiency and scalability

The battery pack is the single most costly EV component and has the largest impact on design and performance (size, weight, acceleration, range, charge time, and vehicle life). Join this session next week at the Charged Virtual Conference on EV Engineering, presented by NI and EA Elektro-Automatik, to learn how integrating EA Elektro-Automatik’s bidirectional, regenerative… Read more »

Simplifying EV traction inverters emergency power supply architecture

The low voltage power architecture used in EV traction inverters drives control electronics and provides gate driver power for the main traction IGBTs/MOSFETs. It must also provide redundancy to meet ASIL requirements. This requirement represents a special challenge as it means the Emergency Power Supply (EPS) must operate from low voltage and high voltage sources… Read more »