Authored by: Tim Fornes, PhD, Susan Donaldson and Kraig Turner
With the significant growth and development of battery pack technologies, manufacturers of Electric Vehicles (EVs) are placing an increased emphasis on pack design optimization.
Manufacturers seek lighter weight, yet more compact solutions to gain additional energy density and reduce cost. In parallel, they also strive for simpler and more affordable manufacturing operations. One immediate route to achieving these goals is the elimination of the housings of battery modules and bonding individual cells directly to the cooling plate, a strategy known as “cell-to-pack.”
Learn from our experts in our latest white paper which compares traditional cell to module battery pack design with innovative cell to pack designs. It will also compare gap filler and adhesive use for each design type.