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Corso Dottorato - Energy storage systems for future mobility, from electrochemistry to system integration

Energy storage systems for future mobility, from electrochemistry to system integration

13 Novembre 2018
dalle 09:30 alle 17:00
Aula Magna - Leopoldo Massimilla
P.le Tecchio 80 - Napoli

Relatore
Prof. Giorgio Rizzoni 
The Ford Motor Company Chair in Electromechanical Systems, Professor Mechanical and Aerospace and of Electrical and Computer Engineering Director, Center for Automotive Research (CAR)
Ohio State University (OSU), USA

Seminar Description
Electrochemical energy storage systems are a key element of powertrain electrification for mobility. In this seminar, we present a broad overview of the physico-chemical characteristics of modern batteries, with focus on lithium chemistries, and then proceed to explain the development of battery systems, which require the electrical, mechanical and thermal integration of multiple cells, and their management and control. Topics related to safety and aging of batteries are also discussed. The seminar includes the presentation of some case studies, including the design and realization of a 2 MW battery pack for the Venturi Buckeye Bullet, the fastest electric vehicle in the world, holder of the FIA world land speed record at over 340 mi/h.

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