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E-Mobility Engineering - Issue 017

Highlights in this issue include a dossier on the ECE Doosan electric excavators and we discuss the fuel cell technology in the Apricale hypercar with Matt Faulks, Viritech's CTO. We have an insight into cathode materials and we digest the Ariel Hipercar. Our focus articles cover battery testing and thermal management, and we report back from the Battery Show North America 2022 plus much more...

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  • Intro - The development and engineering of materials for e-mobility platforms are proving to be as important as the platforms themselves
  • The Grid - NXP links an EV BMS to the cloud to create a digital twin, Proventia unveils an offroad battery pack based on a standard module, Melexis launches Hall effect current sensors along with an online simulation tool, and much more...
  • In Conversation: Matt Faulks - The fuel cell technology in its Apricale hypercar is destined for powering heavy goods vehicles, as Viritech’s CTO explains
  • Dossier: ECE Doosan electric excavators - We delve into what it took for ECE to convert two large diesel-powered Doosan excavators to run on batteries
  • Focus: Battery testing - How to examine the way batteries operate without having to take them apart
  • Report: Battery Show North America 2022 - Highlights from the show make it clear that equipment developers are rising to meet a range of critical challenges
  • Digest: Ariel Hipercar - The aim of this track-capable sportscar’s developers is actually to prove the underlying technology in some EVs that could not be more different
  • Deep insight: Cathode materials - New research shows promise for increasing the energy density of battery cells
  • Focus: Thermal management - Industry experts discuss the emerging thermal technology solutions to faster battery charging and greater range
  • PS: Individual wheel control - The way rally driver Ken Block puts his Audi S1 Hoonitron through its paces gives an idea of what individual wheel control can offer conventional EVs

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