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Battery Cell Connection - Backbone for Battery Modules

NOV
09
2020
09. NOV 2020

Lecture electronica Conferences > electronica Automotive Conference > Technology Trends for E-Drives

14:00-14:30 h | Virtual

In general perception, the progress of battery technology in electric mobility is almost exclusively based on the further development of chemistry.

However, the fact that there are other influencing factors, such as electrical wiring, is generally only given secondary consideration.

Therefore, this lecture will deal with traction battery's design and structuring. We will take a closer look at the tasks and requirements of the electrical system within the battery module.

The electrical system within a battery module has a very central task for safe and reliable operation; this is where all signals and currents are linked together. This backbone of the battery has therefore a significant influence on performance, costs and reliability.

Among many other wiring technologies, Flexible Printed Circuits have become the dominating solution for this task.

In the following, the basics of this technology and its properties and opportunities will be introduced, and future perspectives discussed: Based on an analysis of current battery programs, trends on the requirements for the electrical system will be derived.

Subjects: Automotive

Speaker: Dr. Wolfgang Bochtler (Mektec Europe)

Type: Lecture

Speech: English

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In general perception, the progress of battery technology in electric mobility is almost exclusively based on the further development of chemistry.

However, the fact that there are other influencing factors, such as electrical wiring, is generally only given secondary consideration.

Therefore, this lecture will deal with traction battery's design and structuring. We will take a closer look at the tasks and requirements of the electrical system within the battery module.

The electrical system within a battery module has a very central task for safe and reliable operation; this is where all signals and currents are linked together. This backbone of the battery has therefore a significant influence on performance, costs and reliability.

Among many other wiring technologies, Flexible Printed Circuits have become the dominating solution for this task.

In the following, the basics of this technology and its properties and opportunities will be introduced, and future perspectives discussed: Based on an analysis of current battery programs, trends on the requirements for the electrical system will be derived.

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Speaker,
Mektec Europe

Dr. Wolfgang Bochtler

Description of Current Responsibility


Senior Operating Officer Nippon Mektron Ltd., Tokyo

CEO Mektec Europe GmbH, Weinheim

Responsible for the European business of Mektec Group (Flexible Printed Circuits, total sales in 2019: 2,6 Bn US$)

 

2005 to 2009 chairman of the German Printed Circuit Board Association (VdL)

2010 to 2018 chairman of the division ‘PCB and Electronic Systems’ at ZVEI Zentralverband Elektrotechnik und Elektronikindustrie e.V. (German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers’ Association)

Since June 2011 member of the managing board of ZVEI (German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers’ Association)

 

Professional Experience

   

  • 1997 Start of industrial career at the holding of Freudenberg Group
  • 1998 Joined Freudenberg Mektec, positions in several departments, such as Sales and Production

 

Education

 

  • 1987 Master degree in Mechanical Engineering at FH Ravensburg/Weingarten
  • 1992 Master degree in Production Engineering at RWTH Aachen
  • 1997 Received Dr. Ing. in Mechanical Engineering with a thesis in Simultaneous Engineering

Dr. Wolfgang Bochtler

Mektec Europe

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Speaker,
Mektec Europe

Dr. Wolfgang Bochtler

Description of Current Responsibility


Senior Operating Officer Nippon Mektron Ltd., Tokyo

CEO Mektec Europe GmbH, Weinheim

Responsible for the European business of Mektec Group (Flexible Printed Circuits, total sales in 2019: 2,6 Bn US$)

 

2005 to 2009 chairman of the German Printed Circuit Board Association (VdL)

2010 to 2018 chairman of the division ‘PCB and Electronic Systems’ at ZVEI Zentralverband Elektrotechnik und Elektronikindustrie e.V. (German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers’ Association)

Since June 2011 member of the managing board of ZVEI (German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers’ Association)

 

Professional Experience

   

  • 1997 Start of industrial career at the holding of Freudenberg Group
  • 1998 Joined Freudenberg Mektec, positions in several departments, such as Sales and Production

 

Education

 

  • 1987 Master degree in Mechanical Engineering at FH Ravensburg/Weingarten
  • 1992 Master degree in Production Engineering at RWTH Aachen
  • 1997 Received Dr. Ing. in Mechanical Engineering with a thesis in Simultaneous Engineering
Dr. Wolfgang Bochtler
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