The integrity and reliability of joints in lithium-ion battery packs is critically important to manufacturers in industries ranging from automotive to consumer electronics to aerospace. If battery packs fail, it can result in more than just a faulty product — it can actually be a threat to public safety.
Many welding techniques are used to join cells to tabs and busbars, but all have their downsides. A relatively new process, pulsed arc welding has been studied at EWI, and shows great potential as a more dependable, more secure way to assemble battery packs.
You are invited to download Process Improvement for Connection of Batteries and Cells to Tabs and Busbars, written by Senior Engineer Tim Frech – at no charge – by submitting the form on this page.
To learn more about pulsed arc welding and its applications for battery pack welding, contact Tim Frech at [email protected].
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