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E-Mobility Engineering - Issue 016

Highlights in this issue include a dossier on the Aurora Powertrains eSled and a conversation with Thomas de Lange the CEO of Dymag. We have a deep insight into sodium batteries and an insight into torque sensing. Our focus articles cover automated manufacturing and user interfaces, as well as a show report from the Battery Show Europe 2022 plus much more...

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  • Intro - Developments in hydrogen fuel cell technology look set to make it a truly viable power source for electric mobility
  • The Grid - GKN Aerospace eyes cryogenics to boost the efficiency of fuel cell-powered aircraft, algorithm offers promise of quicker battery charging and longer life, Amogy unveils ammonia-powered fuel cell tractor, and much more...
  • In Conversation: Thomas de Lange - The CEO of Dymag explains what it is that makes the company’s EV wheel technology so special
  • Dossier: Aurora Powertrains eSled - It’s well-known that batteries don’t like the cold, but this all electric snowmobile has been designed to get around that
  • Focus: Automated manufacturing - EV component manufacturers are embracing automation thanks to developments in the technologies that underpin it
  • Insight: Torque sensing - Many of the ways to measure motor torque have drawbacks, but there is a new one that appears to tick all the boxes
  • Report: Battery Show Europe 2022 - Advances in materials, coatings and cell interconnection reflected the health of the battery industry at this expo
  • Deep insight: Sodium batteries - If issues such as their lifetime can be solved then sodium-ion batteries could well win out over lithium-ion technology
  • Focus: User interfaces - UI developers explain the best approaches – and what to avoid – when producing well designed EV systems
  • PS: Metal hydrides for hydrogen storage - Why these powders look set to provide a leap forward in storing fuel cell hydrogen

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