Virtual Conference on Electric Vehicle Engineering September 1 - 3, 2020

Virtual Conference on Electric Vehicle Engineering
September 1 - 3, 2020

The EV-magazine CHARGED presents from 1-3 September 2020
Virtual Sessions with different topics e.g. Power Electronics Design and Manufacturing, Motor Design & Manufacturing, Cell Development & Battery Systems Engineering, Testing, Powertrains, Charging Systems, Thermal Management, Circuit Protection, Wire & Cable
The complete program under this link:
A small excerpt from the program:
Battery Modeling With GT-SUITE For Faster Time to Market
Speaker: Vivek Pisharodi , Battery Applications Engineer, GAMMA TECHNOLOGIES
Turnkey Solutions For Battery Pack Assembly                   
Speaker: Christoph Kueber , Product Sales Automation Systems/E-Mobility, Liebherr-Verzahntechnik 

Navigating Challenges In Battery Safety Testing For Materials Development And The Parallels With The Catalytic Converter
Speaker: Mark Fairbanks , Lead System Testing & Prototyping, 3M , Brandon Bartling, PhD , Advanced Product Development Specialist, 3M
Assembly And Test Systems For E-Drives And Batteries
Speaker: Ralph Heckmann Dipl.-Ing. , Vice President Sales Automotive ,Teamtechnik Maschinen und Anlagen GmbH
Flame-Resistant Coatings For EV Battery Packs
Speaker: Amanda Wittmeier , Business Development Manager, PARKER LORD
Rapid Determination Of State-Of-Health For Grading Of Li-Ion Batteries For EVs
Speaker: Rob Sides, Ph.D. , Applications Architect, AMETEK
EV's are powered by lithium-ion batteries. You can learn a lot about their construction and battery development during the sessions.
When the lithium-battery is still in development and a prototype, it is already tested in vehicles.
The lithium ion battery has to be manufactured according to a quality management program.
And the following technical requirements have also to be fulfilled by prototypes of lithium ion batteries
- Each lithium ion battery incorporates a safety venting device or is designed to preclude a violent rupture under normal safety conditions.

- Each lithium ion battery is equipped with an effective means of preventing external short ciruits. 

- Each lithium ion battery containing cells or series of cells connected in parallel must be equipped with effective means as necessary to prevent dangerous reverse current flow (e.g. diodes, fuses etc.).
More about the manufacture according to the QM program for lithium cells and lithium batteries can be found here:

But the UN Test Series 38.3 has to be done before the lithium ion battery goes into serial production. 
Only when a lithium ion vehicle battery is ready and is produced in series it must also pass the UN Test Series 38.3.
More about the UN 38.3 test can be found here:
Incidentally not only the large lithium ion vehicle battery must meet the requirements of the dangerous goods transport regulations but also every other lithium button cell, lithium cell or lithium battery installed in the vehicle.

We offer checklist articles for every shipping variety of lithium cells and lithium batteries, including complete vehicles and vehicle batteries and prototypes. You can find these via "Find a single checklist":
You can request confirmation of all information needed for logistics with our supplier query:

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