A highly integrated, mass produced battery module as basis for various EV and HEV systems
Konferenz: VDE-Kongress 2010 - E-Mobility: Technologien - Infrastruktur - Märkte
08.11.2010 - 09.11.2010 in Leipzig, Deutschland
Tagungsband: VDE-Kongress 2010
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Eberleh, Björn; Borck, Felix von; Raiser, Stephen (Akasol Engineering GmbH, Darmstadt, Germany)
The battery system is the key component in a full electric or a plug-in electric vehicle. Important aspects are cost, package, safety, performance and durability. With a modular design the fundamental requirements can be fulfilled at a sublevel. Providing easy and appropriate interfaces all special issues can be solved efficient on system level. Such a module can be mass produced even in a time where a high diversification in systems can be seen in the test fleets and prototypes. The selected cell is a basis on which a battery system is built. In the case of electric vehicles specific energy is still a very important issue. So is the thermal management as temperature influences performance and life time. In the design process of Akasol an effective thermal management with a temperature imbalance of less than 1deg C within a module in a standard cycle was achieved. The actual modules have an energy density of 130 Wh/kg and can be easily configured to full EV systems.