Hutchinson webinar: Engineered materials a reliable answer to EV battery thermal sensitivity

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This FREE webinar was recorded on:
July 03, 2019
09:00 AM - 10:00 AM CET

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Thermal conditioning is necessary to keep the battery operational in a wide range of weather conditions and the way it is implemented impacts the resulting driving range, performance and lifetime.

Poor thermal insulation and poor temperature control of the battery and its enclosure can reduce dramatically the driving range. In our laboratory, we aim at imagining, designing, simulating and making systems based on the association of proprietary materials, super insulator and formulated phase change materials which have ability to maintain the lithium-ion cells, modules and pack in the best conditions.

Making a battery compartment insensitive to outside temperatures during parking phases is a simple way to restore the user of an electric vehicle, a significant energy capacity. Testing and demonstration show that a full pack insulation does not require higher performance liquid cooling and/or bigger heat pump. Dimensioning out from a sensitivity analysis to maximize the benefits for average journeys (usual cases) shows positive effects greater than the consequence of increasing weight.

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Presenters:

Michel Grall
VP Marketing and Business Development
Hutchinson

Michel Grall has worked for 30 years within the Hutchinson Group. A mechanical engineer by qualification, he has since moved on to take on commercial responsibilities. Formerly in charge of the Hutchinson PSS sales in Germany, since 2015 he is VP Marketing and Business development worldwide within the Hutchinson PSS activity. He is in charge of promotion of Hutchinson smart solutions for a world on the move.

Loic De Francqueville
Senior Engineer
Hutchinson

Loic has 15 years of experience in combustion engines. He was R&I at IFPEN, and joined Hutchinson R&I center in 2017 as Senior Engineer, in charge of innovation development for thermal management.

Clément Blanchard
R&D Project Manager Products & Connected Systems – Thermal Management
HUTCHINSON
R&D Project Manager - Thermal Management - Lithium-Ion Battery - Hutchinson CRI Prototype Manager in thermal system -Boiler Department - Atlantic Group Aeronautical Engineer - Scramjet Propulsion -MBDA France Master degree in Mechanical thermal, system engineering - Rouen University Degree in physics apllied to energy systems - Lyon University
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Adresse: Friedrichstrasse 94, 10117 Berlin
Telefonnummer: 030 20913 -274
Fax: 49 (0) 30 20 913 240
Email Adresse: info@iqpc.de
Registereintragungen: Amtsgericht Charlottenburg HRB 76720
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Geschäftsführung: Silke Klaudat, Richard A. Worden, Michael R. Worden