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Industrial/Stationary Symposium
Advanced Industrial/Stationary Battery Technology, Application & Market (AISTAM)
Wednesday, June 17 to Friday, June 19, 2015

Advanced Automotive Battery Conferences

AABC 2015 – Industrial/Stationary Symposium

 
Session 4 (Joint session with automotive symposium session 4):

Battery Abuse-Tolerance Design and Validation


Safety of the early large Li-Ion battery installations will have the greatest impact on market acceptance for the technology in automotive and industrial/stationary applications. In this session we will discuss safety enhancement technology and abuse tolerance validation in automotive and stationary/industrial usage.

 

Ted Miller
Session Chairman:
Ted Miller, Senior Manager of Energy Storage Strategy and Research, Ford

 

Ted Miller’s team is responsible for energy-storage strategy, research, development, and worldwide implementation of hybrid electric vehicles, plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, fuel cell hybrid electric vehicles, and battery electric vehicles. Mr. Miller is a member and Chairman of the United States Advanced Battery Consortium (USABC) Management Committee and past Chairman of the USABC Technical Advisory Committee. He is the principle investigator for Ford/University Research Alliance energy storage research programs at MIT and the University of Michigan.

SESSION AGENDA
  1. Rechargeable Energy Storage System Safety, Performance, and Modeling
    Ted Miller, Senior Manager of Energy Storage Strategy and Research, Ford Motor Company
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  2. Effect of Induced Metal Contaminants on Lithium-ion Cell Safety
    Galen Ressler, Technical Fellow, General Motors
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  3. Advances Towards Inherently Safe Lithium-Ion Batteries
    Joshua Lamb, Research Staff Member with the Advanced Power Sources R&D Organization, Sandia National Laboratories
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  4. Vehicle Level Abuse Testing of xEVs – Internal Fire
    Erik Spek, Chief Engineer, TÜV SÜD
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  5. Simultaneous Generated Gas Components at the Safety Evaluation of Lithium-Ion Batteries
    Taku Saito, Battery Testing and Chemical Analysis Sections, Toyo System
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  6. Thermal Safety Management of Large Lithium-Ion Battery Energy Storage Systems
    Vijay Somandepalli, Managing Engineer, Exponent
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