研究開発シンポジウム 4

Charging & Infrastructure Symposium

( 充電技術とインフラストラクチャに関するシンポジウム )

電気自動車の未来を切り開く原動力

2018年1月29日 | Congress Centrum Mainz | ドイツ、マインツ


電気自動車の普及を左右する重要な要因となるのが充電技術であり、充電時間、航続距離、手軽さ、安全性が大きな意味を持ちます。電気自動車が自動車市場で優位を確保するには、安全かつ容易に充電できる技術が不可欠であり、現在行われているガソリンの給油方法と同等の手軽さが求められます。しかし、この目標を達成するには、2つの大きな障害を克服しなければなりません。1つは、充電機構の改良と急速充電の信頼性向上であり、もう1つは、外出先での充電を容易にするという点で重要性の高い充電インフラストラクチャの整備です。 充電技術とインフラストラクチャをテーマにしたこのシンポジウムでは、電池技術の専門家と政策担当者が、ストレスを感じることなく安心して電気自動車を利用できるような条件を整備していくうえでの目標と課題をめぐって議論を展開します。

Final Agenda

2018年1月29日(月)

8:30 Symposium Registration and Morning Coffee

インフラストラクチャ

10:00 Chairperson's Opening Remarks

Michael Keller, Head of Volkswagen Group R&D Coordination Battery & Charging, K-GEEH, Volkswagen AG

10:05 Charging - Is the Infrastructure Ready?

Michael Keller, Head of Volkswagen Group R&D Coordination Battery & Charging, K-GEEH, Volkswagen AG

Analysing the open topics and "problem" regarding the usage of long distance travel. How to make it easy to use for everybody. How to get the connection to the grid. How to control the power and availability.

10:45 PEV Charging Interaction with the Grid

Barney Carlson, Research Engineer, Advanced Vehicles, Idaho National Lab

The presentation will show laboratory results from Level 2 and DCFC evaluation during typical operation (uncontrolled/uncoordinated charging) as well as during undesirable grid dynamic events. From these response characteristics, advanced coordinated control systems are being developed to mitigate negative impacts on the grid, with emphasis on high-penetration and higher power charge systems.

11:05 Networking Coffee Break with Poster Viewing

11:35 PANEL DISCUSSION: The Future of Infrastructure

Moderator: Kevin Konecky, Battery Systems Consultant, Total Battery Consulting, Inc.

This panel will explore the latest advancements in electric vehicle charging and infrastructure. Strategies to create viable electric vehicle infrastructure, such as utilizing existing infrastructure networks will be discussed.

12:15 Sponsored Presentation (Opportunity Available)

12:35 Q&A

12:50 Networking Lunch

充電

14:15 Chairperson's Remarks

Kevin Konecky, Battery Systems Consultant, Total Battery Consulting, Inc.

14:20 xEV Industry Trends of Charging & Battery Systems

Kevin Konecky, Battery Systems Consultant, Total Battery Consulting, Inc.

Lithium-ion battery systems are an enabling technology in the propagation of xEVs with longer range and higher-energy-density batteries. Further enabling public acceptance are convenient and time-effective charging options. This presentation will review a large number of xEVs currently in production and discuss trends and diversity in the subsystem design choices that were implemented in each production system including charge capabilities. Different charging protocols and standards across the globe will be discussed with trends analyzed, as well as improvements to user convenience including faster DC-charging and wireless charging.

15:00 Novelty Solutions in Over-Current Protection of HV DC Circuit of Battery-Powered Vehicles

Mitja Koprivsek, Strategic R&D Manager, R&D, ETI Elektroelement d.d.

Presented proposal will show how to solve several safety and technical problems in breaking the main HV DC circuit of battery-powered vehicles. Proposal is using the combination of "pyroswitch" and "melting fuse" technologies and provides answers to all technical and safety requirements. These requirements are related to the speed of disconnection of main HV DC battery circuit and maximum DC current breaking capacity, as well as to the optimum durability behaviour at different current profiles during vehicle driving. Presented proposal ensures also lowest product weight and optimum product and installation costs, both requirements are strongly wished by automotive industry.

15:20 Long Life Lithium Batteries with Stabilized Electrodes

Wenquan Lu, Ph.D., Principal Chemical Engineer, Argonne National Laboratory

15:40 Q&A

16:00 Refreshment Break with Poster Viewing

16:35 Chairperson's Remarks

Kevin Konecky, Battery Systems Consultant, Total Battery Consulting, Inc.

16:40 Engineering Fast-Charging Batteries: Understanding Transport in Lithium Ion Batteries Using Tomographic Analysis

Vanessa Wood, Ph.D., Professor, ETH Zurich

Rate performance of lithium ion batteries is strongly influenced by lithium ion transport through the pore space of the electrodes and separators. In this talk, I will describe the different types of tomographic imaging that can be applied to achieve 3D reconstructions of battery electrodes and separators. I will then discuss how these reconstructions can be used to quantify electrode and separator microstructure and determine how the structure influences lithium ion battery performance.

17:20 Talk Title to be Announced

Christopher Michelbacher, Ph.D., Battery Performance & Research Design Scientist, Energy Storage & Transportation, Idaho National Laboratory

18:00 Q&A

18:20 Welcome Reception with Poster Viewing

19:20 Close of Symposium

* 不測の事態により、事前の予告なしにプログラムが変更される場合があります。

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Keystone Sponsor

Johnson Controls

Platinum Sponsor

A123 Systems

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Arkema
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