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E-Mobility Engineering - Issue 014

Highlights in this issue include a dossier on the InoBat Auto and a conversation with Eaton’s head of HV safety Brandon Fisher. We have a digest on the Green-G ecarry alongside a deep insight into supercapacitor applications. Our focus articles cover battery monitoring, battery swapping and cell-to-pack batteries and much more...

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  • Intro - Researchers are optimistic about eliminating lithium from battery cells, with prototypes containing sulphur now being evaluated in the US
  • The Grid - SABIC battery pack using cuboidal cells set to offer range of benefits, Vicor takes ‘virtual battery’ approach to fast charging, Texas Instruments unveils 800 V inverter design, and much more...
  • In Conversation: Brandon Fisher - Eaton’s head of HV safety systems explains the impetus behind the company’s investment in e-mobility
  • Dossier: InoBat Auto - It’s been taking far too long for lithium-ion batteries with tailored chemistries to make it onto the market, an issue this company is now working to address
  • Focus: Battery monitoring - We report on the technologies being developed to enable faster and more accurate monitoring of EV batteries
  • Deep insight: Supercapacitor applications - Supercapacitors are a perfect fit for batteries – we explain the various ways of using the two together in EV powertrains
  • Digest: Green-G ecarry - The development story behind this refuse collection EV, which has been designed for use in narrow streets
  • Deep insight: Lithiumsulphur batteries - How research is addressing a key drawback of lithium-sulphur batteries – their short lifetimes
  • Focus: Cell-to-pack batteries - Housing cells in modules might become unnecessary thanks to various cell-to-pack concepts now under development
  • Focus: Battery swapping - Automated systems for swapping out batteries offer a range of benefits, but there are some issues to solve first

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