New sessions announced for Fall 2021 Charged Virtual Conference EV Engineering

The next free-to-attend Charged Virtual Conference on EV Engineering will be broadcast October 18 – 21, 2021, and the first batch of session topics is out now. The conference content will span the EV engineering supply chain and ecosystem including motor and power electronics design and manufacturing, cell development, battery systems, testing, powertrains, thermal management, circuit protection, wire and cable, EMI/EMC and more.

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The event will feature live presentations and interactive Q&As, and all of the conference session recordings will also be available to view on-demand after the live event.

New session topics include: 

Power Distribution and Protection Technology for EVs
Epoxy Encapsulation and Impregnation Materials for Electric Drives
Next-Generation EV Motor Technologies
EV Battery Testing: Increase Lab Efficiency and Minimize Cost
Charging Infrastructure Conformance and Interoperability 
Getting Ahead of Thermal Runaway
Next-Gen Silicone Solutions for Battery Safety
What can the EV industry learn from tech?
Maximize Process Control for EV Battery Manufacturing
Next-Gen Architectures for Battery Management Solutions
In-Line Inspection of EV Transmission Components
Total Testing Solution From the EVSE to the Battery
Ultrasonic Metal Welding for Battery Production
Full Power Testing Solutions for EV Battery and Electronics
Minimize unplanned downtime for EV charging equipment 
Modular Motor Platform Optimization
High-Speed and Power Challenges in Motor Production Testing
A Breakthrough Pyro Safety Module for Safe EVs
Advanced Real-Time Control Solutions for EV Power Electronics
Resin Potting of EV/HEV Motors
Composite Solutions for Improved Efficiency in E-powertrains
Assembly and EOL Test Systems for E-Drives fnd Battery Modules
Protecting Electronics and Motors Through Creative Chemistry
Optimizing EV Powertrain Test Instrumentation
New Battery Inspection Technologies   
Power HIL Solutions for Power Electronics Testing
Optimize EV Testing with the Vector CSM Measurement System
Advanced Manufacturing for EV Powertrain Production
Pressure Equalization in Battery Packs: An Edge Case Analyses
State-of-the-art Laser Applications and Quality Inspection
Electrifying Auxiliaries for Commercial and Off-highway Vehicles
Non-Toxic Wire Enamels Make E-Drives Even More Sustainable
Evolving Material Requirements for EV Charging Systems
Technical Challenges Of EV Motor Insulation
Enhancing EV Manufacturing With Induction Heating

Source: Charged EVs
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