Virtual Battery Testing Forum
Due to the wide application range of batteries, there are ever-growing combinations of electrode materials, active materials, separators, electrolytes, additives, and cell designs. In addition to the vast testing requirements defined in numerous standards for electrical, chemical, thermal, and environmental tests, the requirements for mechanical testing play an important role in achieving the design objectives of the industry. The challenges are varied and material properties are important, connections need to be reliably welded, structures must resist external impact, separators must not short circuit, casings must withstand a nail, cells must not deform during charging cycles. Our forum will discuss recent and interesting testing challenges and solutions in the field of mechanical battery testing.
- Date: Thursday: 08.10.2020
- Time: 9:00 - 12:00 a.m.
- Registration 9 a.m. (CET)
- Registration 4 p.m. (CET)
- Material testing and precise modeling technology in vehicle lightweight development, Xian Ming Meng, Ph.D, Chief Expert, China Automotive Technology & Research Center
- Quality assurance in the highly dynamic battery production landscape – electrodes and assemblies, Stefan Rössler, Production Research (ECP), Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research Baden-Württemberg (ZSW)
- Volume change of next generation type of batteries, Dr.-Ing. Thomas Abendroth, Group Manager Battery Technology Chemical Surface and Reaction Technology, Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology IWS
- Importance of materials testing of components for novel solid state batteries and arising challenges, Fabian Konwitschny, Research Assistant, Technical University of Munich,
Institute for Machine Tools an Industrial Management
- Mechanical Testing solutions for lithium-ion battery testing, Aleksander Koprivc, Industry Manager Automotive,
ZwickRoell GmbH & Co. KG