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E-Mobility Engineering - Issue 019

Highlights in this issue include a dossier on the WAE EVR and we have a conversation with Stephen Lambert the head of electrification at McLaren Applied.  Our deep insight delves into optimising battery materials and our digest article investigates the Clipper Automotive Clipper Cab. Our focus articles cover battery case materials and powertrain testing, we have an insight into quality control plus much more...

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  • Intro - The choice of materials, and the science behind optimising them for a given application, are essential for pushing EV designs to the next level
  • The Grid - Power Integrations announces 900 V switch for 400 V powertrains, Pickering Interfaces develops modular test system for BMSs, SABIC creates concept for all-plastic EV chargers, and much more...
  • In Conversation: Stephen Lambert - The head of electrification at McLaren Applied explains how the company is drawing on its motorsport technology to cater for the EVs market
  • Dossier: WAE EVR - Signalling another embrace of e-mobility applications, we examine motorsport veteran WAE’s latest skateboard, designed for electric supercars
  • Focus: Battery case materials - Good news for battery case developers in the form of a growing range of materials for improving the designs and properties of their products
  • Insight: Quality control - With EV manufacturing needing a different approach to QC from their IC-engined counterparts, technology suppliers tell us how they are meeting the new requirements
  • Digest: Clipper Automotive Clipper Cab - We explain how this electric version of the London black cab has been converted using components from written-off vehicles
  • Deep insight: Optimising battery materials - Our round-up of the latest research into new additives for boosting the performance of solid-state and other cells
  • Focus: Powertrain testing - Experts in the field explain how they are adapting their services to meet the particular needs of EVs
  • PS: Ammonia as an EV fuel - Ammonia holds great promise as a source of hydrogen for EVs, but technical problems first need to be overcome

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