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Posts Tagged: DuPont

Dupont to supply thermal interface material to Renault and Alpine F1

DuPont’s BETATECH thermal interface material (TIM) has been specified by Renault for supply to its Maubeuge and Douai production facilities in northern France. A multi-year technical partnership with the Alpine F1 team was also announced. BETATECH helps manage and control heat from higher-density batteries during both charging and operation. This is accomplished by maintaining thermal… Read more »

Lower real EV inverter cost without compromising safety, quality, or test coverage

In the evolving world of eMobility one thing remains constant – the inverter is the heart and soul of electric vehicles. When it comes to testing inverters, the trend has been to pull tests further up the development cycle, using virtualization to simulate components at lower costs and test scenarios faster than in-vehicle field testing…. Read more »

Thermal runaway challenges in next-generation battery pack designs

The battery packs found in today’s EVs represent a significant advancement over those designs considered state of the art just a few years ago. As automotive OEMs drive to increasingly advance pack designs they are being asked to balance the desire for increased range and improved recharge time with growing government regulations focused on safety… Read more »

DuPont’s new thermal-conductive adhesive for battery assemblies

DuPont has introduced a new adhesive, BETASEAL TC, for EV and hybrid battery assemblies. The material is designed to ensure retention of thermal conductivity between battery cells and cooling plates by creating a strong, long-lasting contact with no gaps. DuPont says that BETASEAL TC, part of its AHEAD (Accelerating Hybrid-Electric Autonomous Driving) initiative, has a… Read more »