Dr Jörg Kaiser, Staff Chief Electronics & Electrification, FEV | LinkedIn
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Thermal runaway is a key security side for hybrid and electrical automobiles, with battery fires representing a risk to individuals, buildings, and the setting. The primary thermal propagation regulation is predicted in January 2021, with the GB/T 38031 customary in China requiring a minimal of 5 minutes of warning for car passengers earlier than fireplace from a thermal occasion extends past the battery pack or battery venting gasoline enters the cabin.
On this free, 60-minute webinar, FEV’s Dr Jörg Kaiser discusses a mixed simulation and testing course of for the optimization of the thermal propagation behaviour in automotive battery packs, which might help to cut back the chance of damage and harm from battery cell thermal runaway, whereas additionally saving growth time and value.
Key subjects and takeaways:
- Security implications of thermal runaway in hybrid and electrical automobiles
- China’s GB/T 38031 thermal propagation regulation
- Utilizing mixed multiphysics and laptop fluid dynamics fashions to optimize lithium-ion battery pack design to forestall thermal propagation and the chance of thermal runaway