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|Title:||A review of international abuse testing standards and regulations for lithium ion batteries in electric and hybrid electric vehicles|
|Authors:||RUIZ RUIZ VANESA; PFRANG ANDREAS; KRISTON AKOS; OMAR NOSHIM; VAN DEN BOSSCHE PETER; BRETT LOIS|
|Citation:||RENEWABLE & SUSTAINABLE ENERGY REVIEWS vol. 81 no. Part 1 p. 1427-1452|
|Publisher:||PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Lithium ion batteries are a proven technology for automotive applications and their continued use in the future electric vehicle fleet is undeniable. In addition to battery performance and durability, battery safety is paramount to ensure confidence and widespread adoption of electromobility in our society. This comprehensive review aims at presenting the various international standards and regulations for safety testing of lithium ion batteries in automotive applications under various abusive environments. Safety tests are presented and analysed including mechanical, electrical, environmental and hazards of chemical nature. The intention of this review is compiling the most relevant standards and regulations to identify shortcomings and areas for future improvement.|
|JRC Directorate:||Energy, Transport and Climate|
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