Virtual EV (Electric Vehicle Lithium-Ion-Batteries) and ESS (Energy Storage Systems) High Voltage Battery Design Seminar

Virtual EV (Electric Vehicle Lithium-Ion-Batteries) and ESS  (Energy Storage Systems) High Voltage Battery Design Seminar



12-15 April 2021  Shmuel De-Leon Energy, Ltd.



Topics of the seminar:

  • EV & ESS Battery Essentials, EV & ESS Li-Ion Rechargeable Cells
  • 
EV & ESS Battery Pack Design
  • 
EV & ESS Battery Pack Mechanical Construction
  • 
EV & ESS Battery Pack Thermal Management

  • EV & ESS Battery Pack Validation Testing & Certifications

  • EV & ESS Battery Pack Recycling
  • 
EV & ESS Battery Pack Safety



Here the link to the seminar:

https://www.sdle.co.il/ev-battery-design-and-production-seminar/

More about program and registration:
https://www.sdle.co.il/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/EV-Battery-Design-Seminar-1242021-Virtual-Ver-3.pdf

All large lithium-ion batteries, whether for EV or ESS, must have been manufactured according to a quality management program described in the transport regulations, also prototypes.

More about the manufacture according to the QM program for lithium cells and lithium batteries can be found here:

https://www.lithium-batterie-service.de/en/quality-management-program

And the following technical requirements have also to be fulfilled by prototypes of large 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.).



Every lithium cell or lithium battery that is no longer a prototype or a small series of up to 100 pieced, must have been successfully passed the UN test series 38.3.
The UN test series 38.3 includes the following:
https://www.lithium-batterie-service.de/en/un-38.3-test-series

By the way, not only the large lithium-ion battery in vehicles or energy storage systems has to meet the requirements of the dangerous goods transport regulations, but also any other lithium cell or lithium battery.


Since 01.01.2020 a UN 38.3 Test Summary needs to be provided by the manufacturer of lithium-cells and -batteries and any subsequent supplier on request. We have included all required details of the UN 38.3 Test Summary in our Supplier Inquiry Form.

Our supplier inquiry form helps you to get all necessary information for logistics.
You´ll find it here:
https://www.lithium-batterie-service.de/en/downloads-guest



We offer checklist articles for every shipping variety of lithium cells and lithium batteries, including  prototypes. You can find these via "Find a single checklist":


https://www.lithium-batterie-service.de/en/checklist?tab=1
  


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