Battery System Design for NEV Applications     

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In recent years, rapid developments in the field of new energy vehicles (NEVs) in China have created a need to advance the new energy products currently available. The technology requirements for the NEV market have significantly increased the development of battery systems. This rapid increase in battery development has elevated the importance of optimized battery system design, integration, and validation. For a manufacturer, once the vehicle platform is determined, the vehicle must realize benefits from an optimized battery system design that includes enhanced reliability, power performance, long life, desired drive range, low cost and recycling. The battery system is a key factor in NEV development for manufacturers.

This comprehensive two day seminar introduces participants to the basic knowledge of battery system design and development including the development process, mechanical design, testing and verifying of vehicle powertrain battery systems. Pack design, integration and validation will be discussed. In addition, it will cover battery material evaluation, battery cell selection, battery module development, battery management system (BMS) design as well as development and failure analysis of the battery system. It is recommended that engineers looking to learn about battery system development as well as ways to improve technology capabilities for developing new energy products attend this seminar.

Learning Objectives
By attending this training program you will be able to:

  • Identify general information about battery material and trends
  • Evaluate the methodology of cell evaluation and selection
  • Specify the battery module development process, mechanical design and validation
  • Discuss general BMS information and the development process
  • Describe the battery pack development process, mechanical design and validation
  • Analyze failure analysis of battery pack

Who Should Attend
This seminar is designed for engineers involved in all fields related to the design or development of battery electronics, battery selection, battery system integration, and validation.

Prerequisites
An undergraduate engineering degree or a strong technical background is highly recommended.

Topical Outline
DAY ONE

  • Development process of vehicle powertrain battery system
    • Overview of power battery system
    • Development of power battery system: Development process; Milestones and deliverables
  • Mechanical design of power battery systems
    • Overview of structure design
    • Body design
    • Material selection and processing technic
    • Air discharge valve
    • Type selection of inserts and fasteners
    • Type selection of inserts and fasteners
    • Design of housing connector holes
    • Design of battery system fixing
    • Dust proof and water proof design
    • Design of thermal management system
    • Development process of structure design
  • Battery management system
    • Overview of battery management system
    • Introduction of major function of battery management system
DAY TWO
  • Test and validation of power battery system
    • Necessity of test and validation of battery system
    • Requirements and related standards of test and validation
    • Process of test and validation
    • Review of test result
    • Improvements of test and validation
    • Introduction of key validation items, such as cycle life, vibration and EMC test
  • EMC test of battery system
    • Brief introduction of EMC and EMC test
    • Introduction of major test projects
    • EMC test of battery system and its improvement
    • EMC design of battery system
  • Trends of LIB cathode and anode material and general introduction of next ESS
  • Case study
    • Business mode of Tesla and the dissemble analysis of the battery system
    • Failure analysis of battery system: introduction of the battery failure analysis of Boeing aircrafts

Instructor(s): Ying Wang, Ph.D.
Ms. Wang currently holds the position of Deputy Director in the Engineering and Product development Department at SAICMotor, (SEAT and ATBS) in Shanghai. Prior to her current position, Ms. Wang was Senior System Engineer & Electrochemist at Johnson Control Saft in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Manager, Senior Scientist, and Project Leader with Polyfuel Inc. in Mountain View, California. Ms. Wang received her B.S. Analytical Chemistry from Jilin University and her Ph.D. Electroanalytical Chemistry from the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Fees: $1370.00 ; SAE Members: $1096.00 - $1233.00

1.3 CEUs
You must complete all course contact hours and successfully pass the learning assessment to obtain CEUs.

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