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LLIBTA Symposium - Large Lithium Ion Battery Technology and Application
Track B: Battery Engineering and Application

Tuesday, February 5 to Wednesday, February 6, 2013

AABC 2013 LLIBTA Symposium - Large Lithium Ion Battery Technology and Application - Track B: Battery Engineering and Application - session B3

 

Session B3:

Battery Safety and Abuse Tolerance Validation

Safety of the early Large Li-Ion battery installations will have the greatest impact on the market acceptance of the technology in automotive and stationary applications. In this session, we will discuss safety-enhancing technology and the validation of battery safety under ordinary and abusive conditions.


Brian Barnett

Session Chairman:

Dr. Brian M. Barnett, Vice President, TIAX LLC

Dr. Brian Barnett is a Vice President at TIAX LLC where his multidisciplinary team develops advanced battery materials, battery technologies, and battery-safety technologies. He has played a founding role in developing polymer electrolyte battery technology, carbon anode materials, battery safety technologies, and high-energy, high-power cathode material. Prior to TIAX, Dr. Barnett was a Vice President and Member of the Board of Directors at Arthur D. Little where he directed battery activities.

SESSION AGENDA

  1. New Approaches to Safety for Automotive Lithium-Ion Batteries

    Dr. Brian Barnett, Vice President, TIAX LLC
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  2. Approaches to Evaluating and Improving Lithium-Ion Battery Safety

    Dr. Chris Orendorff, Battery Abuse Testing Laboratory Team Lead, Sandia National Laboratory

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  3. Customer Expectations & Engineering of Safety in xEVs

    Galen Ressler, Technical Fellow, General Motors

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  4. BYD’s Approach to Battery Safety for Automotive Applications

    Micheal Austin, Vice President, BYD Company Ltd.

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  5. NHTSA’s Role and Perspective on Lithium-Ion Battery Safety

    Phil Gorney, Safety Research Engineer, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration