EV power distribution systems must operate at higher voltage to deliver sufficient power to the vehicle, increasing the need for proper insulation and electromagnetic shielding. What is the impact of vehicle electrification on thermoplastic material property requirements?
During this webinar Robert Janssen, Principal Scientist at DSM Engineering Materials will share insights about:
. How low-ion leaching PPS results in better fuel cell performance . How thermoplastics can be used to shield the high currents that operate the e-motors in EVs . Crack-resistance of thermoplastics for busbar over-molding . The solution offered by electronics-friendly polyamides . The dielectric strength and ageing of engineering polymers.
There will be a live Q&A to address any questions you may have.
Principal Scientist DSM Engineering Materials
After a master in physical chemistry from the University of Wageningen and PhD in polymer science and technology from the University of Eindhoven, Rob Janssen joined DSM as a member of the Materials Science Centre in 2000. Since 2012 he is a principal scientist in area of functional materials properties, operating from within DSM Engineering Materials business unit since 2020. His focal area is science of materials for E&E applications such as (power) electronics and battery and Fuel cell EVs.