As automotive battery technologies continue to advance, battery testing is a critical step in the process of bringing a vehicle to market, particularly for hybrid and battery electric vehicles. Battery designs need to incorporate strong thermal management, shock and fatigue resistance, durability, fire resistance, and more while optimizing cost and offering long ranges and fast charging capability. With all of these requirements, battery testing today needs to cover much more than the everyday cycling testing.
Why should I attend?
Presented in partnership with SAE International's Automotive Engineering magazine, this webinar will include the latest testing requirements, procedures, and best practices in areas of battery testing you may not have considered.
- Multi-axis simulation testing, real-time durability / road load data acquisition (RLDA)
- Cooling systems, thermal management, pressure
- Enclosure testing: dust, spray, and chamber work
- Environmental testing: salt spray, humidity, and chamber work such as thermal shock, high temperature and humidity, and more
The presentation offers a comprehensive view of today’s requirements in battery testing as well as how it interacts with testing routines across the vehicle. In some cases, the battery is integral to the chassis and frame, so these components need to be tested collectively and individually. These tests ensure that batteries are safe, reliable, compliant with all standards and regulations, and suitable for demanding new technical applications such as hybrids and BEVs.
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