Charged EVs | Subsequent technology dielectric insulation options for EV battery packs (Webinar)

As international demand surges for EV battery packs, engineers throughout the product’s worth chain proceed to hunt new methods to deal with essential design challenges. These embrace selecting supplies that present dielectric insulation. Such selections can considerably impression pack power density, automobile reliability and security.

On this session on the Fall Digital Convention on EV Engineering, Max VanRapphorst and Scott Krusinski of Avery Dennison Efficiency Tapes will talk about rising applied sciences for dielectric insulation, together with his firm’s new portfolio of Volt Robust™ pressure-sensitive adhesive tapes. These new tape choices are engineered for larger dielectric efficiency and design, leading to enhanced battery power density. Learn the way such next-generation dielectric options can assist you overcome this key battery pack engineering problem.

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Different classes at our Fall Digital Convention embrace:

Software Particular MOSFETs and GaN Options for the Automotive Market

On this session, introduced by Nexperia and TTI, we’ll talk about the most recent Software Particular MOSFETs (ASFETs) designed for rising automotive functions similar to EPS Electrical Energy Steering, Airbags, Electrical Braking Methods and different excessive energy electrical capabilities within the automobile.

We can even talk about the most recent developments in GaN Gallium Nitride with Nexperia’s current introduction of E-mode Enhanced Mode gadgets for 100-150 V functions.

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See the total session record for the Fall Digital Convention on EV Engineering right here.

Broadcast reside on October 2-5, 2023, the convention content material will span the EV engineering provide chain and ecosystem, together with motor and energy electronics design and manufacturing, cell improvement, battery methods, testing, powertrains, thermal administration, circuit safety, wire and cable, EMI/EMC and extra.