Towards an Ultimate Battery Thermal Management System: A Review
The prevailing standards and scientific literature offer a wide range of options for the construction of a battery thermal management system (BTMS). The design of an innovative yet well-functioning BTMS requires strict supervision, quality audit and continuous improvement of the whole process. It must address all the current quality and safety (Q&S) standards. In this review article, an effective battery thermal management is sought considering the existing battery Q&S standards and scientific literature. The article contains a broad overview of the current existing standards and literature on a generic compliant BTMS. The aim is to assist in the design of a novel compatible BTMS. Additionally, the article delivers a set of recommendations to make an effective BTMS.
Authors: Mohammad Rezwan Khan, Maciej Jozef Swierczynski and Søren Knudsen Kær
Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University, Pontoppidanstræde 101, Aalborg DK-9220, Denmark
Roar Hestbek Nicolaisen
Roar Hestbek Nicolaisen graduated in December 2018 with a Cand. Scient. In Chemistry from Aarhus University.
Roar has a special interest in technologies for grid scale energy storage. He has wordked with Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries, Organic solidstate coin cells and synthesis of organic compounds for use in all Organic Redox Flow Batteries.
His vision is to help provide this missing component, energy storage, that will make it economical to have a society driven entirely by renewable energy.
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