Keeping up with EV Thermal Management System component needs

February 10, 2022

10.00 hrs. CET or
15.30 hrs. CET

Webinar Content

20 min 10 min

Thermal Management Systems (TMS) are essential to ensuring ICE stay within the optimal engine operating temperature range as they run. In EVs, TMS are critical to keeping battery cells within the optimal temperature range to improve system capacity and service lifetimes as the EV operates. Additionally, TMS continue running when the EV is being charged. This requires thermoplastic components in TMS to withstand more than 10,000 hours of exposure to coolant chemicals.

During this 30-minute webinar you will learn more about:
• Minimize EV battery safety risks
• Materials ideal for thermal management systems
• Simplify thermal management systems manufacturing
• Leverage CAE support to accelerate production cycles

There will be a live Q&A to address any questions you may have.



Jun Qiu

Application Development Manager, DSM Engineering Materials

Jun Qiu is supporting DSM's strategic creation and growth in Thermal Management Systems, E-mobility, and Fuel Cell in Europa. He joined DSM in 2006, took multifunction roles as research scientist and product developer at Biomedical, Energy storage and High-Performance Engineering Materials. Since 2014 as the competence builder and product specialist of the Xytron (PPS) product line, and the last 2 years working in application development for DSM Engineering Materials.

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