Cambridge EnerTech’s

Battery Safety
( 电池安全 )

2020年3月31日~4月1日


An increasing number of high-energy density batteries are entering the market. As a result, it is becoming increasingly more important for battery safety testing and regulations to advance in stride with new technologies to ensure safe battery function and consumer use. This year's Battery Safety conference program, part of the International Battery Seminar & Exhibit, will cover important battery regulations and safety testing necessary to stay up-to-date with large R&D advancements. Regulatory agencies and associations, cell R&D engineers, and reliability engineers will discuss how they are developing robust and reliable tests for the progressively complex cell and pack designs. Maintaining battery pack stability and mitigating thermal runaway to improve safety will also be covered.

Preliminary Agenda

REGULATIONS

Review and Augmentation of Current Electric Vehicle Battery Standards and Regulations

Bhavya Kotak, Research Associate, Safe Electromobility, Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt

How to Fail UN 38.3 Every Time

Jody Leber, Senior Technologist, Energy Storage, CSA Group

SAFE TRANSPORT

Developing an Effective Training Program for Transportation Compliance

David Anderson, Senior Transportation Logistician, Logistics, ProteQ

CREATING SAFER BATTERIES

Safety of Flow Batteries

Lu Zhang, PhD, Chemist, Joint Center of Energy Storage Research (JCESR), Chemical Sciences and Engineering Division, Argonne National Laboratory

Numerical Investigation of Thermal Runaway Mitigation through a Passive Thermal Management System

Josh Lamb, PhD, Research Scientist, Sandia National Laboratories

* 活动内容有可能不事先告知作更动及调整。

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