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Said Al-Hallaj, PhD (CEO, AllCell Technologies LLC)
Date: Tuesday, November 10
Time: 12:30pm - 1:15pm
Pass Type: Virtual Conference Pass (Paid), Virtual Conference Pass + EU (Paid)
Track: Charging & Infrastructure Advancements
Format: Technical Session
Vault Recording: TBD
Audience Level: All
Growing demand for battery electric vehicles has accelerated the need for advanced charging technologies to improve speed and reliability of the charging process. Lithium-ion technologies' high power and energy density, commercial maturity, constant technology improvement, and reducing cost makes it an attractive technology for such applications. Li-ion batteries, however, suffer from major safety risks and rapid aging due to difficulties in controlling the large thermal energy output from these systems during operation. During this presentation, you will hear research collaboration between AllCell and USDOE's National renewable Energy Lab (NREL), an integrated battery thermal management (iBTM) system is developed and validated for fast charge of Li-ion batteries in e-mobility and smart grid applications, AllCell's iBTM technology combines phase change composite (PCC) with smart power electronics and a battery management system (BMS). The integrated solution enables rapid charging of BEVs at an optimized temperature to improve safety and performance whilst enabling charging of 50% capacity in 15 minutes or less.
Optimization of Fast charge of Li-ion batteries
Safety and fast charge risks
Thermal and ageing modeling of Li-ion batteries during fast charge
Techno-economic analysis for fast charge in EV and smart grid applications
energy storage Program managers