Solid-State Battery Thermal Management System

The solid-state battery thermal management system in the below PDF is a sample of our work.

This battery thermal management system has many features that set it apart from typical battery thermal managements systems.

This thermoelectric system has a heat transfer path through the battery terminals.

The solid-state thermal management (Peltier) devices are mounted on the bus bars.

The battery management system (BMS) and the solid-state battery thermal management system are highly integrated. The air duct, blower, BMS, thermal management system and bus bars are all integrated into one convenient assembly. No liquid or refrigerant lines are required.

Features

  1. One of a kind design
  2. Simple to assemble
  3. Highly integrated design
  4. Individual cell temperature control
  5. Heat some cells, cool others to maintain pack temperature
  6. Quiet operation
  7. Cools below ambient or cabin temperature
  8. No refrigerant required
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