The EV industry is growing exponentially with production doubling every year. The main challenge for EV automakers is to ensure that the electrical and electronic parts in these new-generation vehicles are efficient, reliable and safe. Silicones play an essential role in producing high-performance EVs and for the battery thermal management since they are used in a wide range of solutions for the assembly, integrity and protection of critical parts in these new vehicles.
Who is this paper intended for ?
This study is primarily addressed to Materials Engineers in the automotive industry (OEMs or Tier 1 suppliers) involved in designing and producing innovative solutions to improve battery thermal management and performance.
This study also provides key information for non-specialist decision makers, including Executive Managers, Industrial and Procurement Managers, as well as Financial Officers or Marketing and Sales people, to enable them to understand how Silicone Technology works and why it is essential to improve their competitiveness.
What will you learn in this ebook ?
The role of material science in thermal management
Thermal management is a critical activity for every carmaker now that the production is switching from ICE to EV. From heat insulation to thermal conductivity, leveraging the right material is what can make or break your battery back when put in demanding conditions.
Polyurethanes, epoxy or silicones? A comparative table
Finding and evaluating your ideal thermal management material can be a tough challenge for battery engineers. This eBook should help! Find inside a comparative table of the 3 main technologies playing this field. Save some time: benefit from our expertise in chemistry and material science.
Why silicone materials are a must for your battery pack
Using silicone materials for thermal management application is a proven solution for battery engineers. This eBook will tell you all about it, passing through the key requirements you may have when evaluating new raw materials (performances, adhesion, weight, processability, low volatile content…)