Posts Tagged: CHARGED Webinars

Webinar: Improving energy density and performance of EV battery packs with thermal management and coatings

If you want to learn about improving energy density and performance of EV battery packs with thermal management and coatings, then tune into this webinar featuring guest speaker Nick Cupelli, Field Applications Engineer at LORD. This presentation will focus on: How thermal management materials address EV limitations in range, reliability and cost  Benefits of using… Read more »

Free Webinar: Modeling capacity fade of Li-ion cells

If you want to learn about creating a mathematical model of a lithium-ion cell, then tune into this webinar featuring guest speaker Ralph White of the University of South Carolina. This presentation will focus on the development of the equations used to produce a physics-based model of a lithium-ion cell that includes capacity fade due… Read more »

WEBINAR: State-of-the-art electric drive testing and the components for advanced power analysis

HBM eDrive is a system for testing electrical inverters and electrical machines. Mechanical signals (e.g., torque) and electrical signals (current, voltage) are acquired simultaneously, helping to better understand the electric drive and its losses in minutes. This is important for the optimization of the drive as well as the increase in efficiency. In contrast to… Read more »

Comparing liquid-dispensed gap fillers and thermal pads in battery packs: WEBINAR

Heat generated in high-density automotive battery packs is often managed by connecting battery cells and/or modules to a heat sink via a thermal interface material (TIM). The TIMs promote heat conduction by displacing any air that resides within the large gaps and microscopic rough surfaces that exist between the substrates to be bridged. In practice, battery… Read more »

TIMs can account for up to 50% of thermal resistance in IGBT stacks: WEBINAR

Thermal interface materials (TIMs) serve as the thermal path between a device and a heat sink. In automotive environments, extreme┬áthermal stability is required to support the long product lives and warranties. So TIMs are critical to the thermal design of EV and HEV power modules where the material can account for up to 50% of… Read more »