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Electric-Drive Battery Pack System: Functional Guidelines
- Ground Vehicle Standard
Published August 03, 2021 by SAE International in United States
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This SAE Information Report describes common practices for design of battery systems for vehicles that utilize a rechargeable battery to provide or recover all or some traction energy for an electric drive system. It includes product description, physical requirements, electrical requirements, environmental requirements, safety requirements, storage and shipment characteristics, and labeling requirements. It also covers termination, retention, venting system, thermal management, and other features. This document does describe guidelines in proper packaging of the battery to meet the crash performance criteria detailed in SAE J1766. Also described are the normal and abnormal conditions that may be encountered in operation of a battery pack system
The using community is moving towards more detailed battery pack guidelines derived from OEM requirements or industry standards based on multiple chemistries, system voltages, regulatory requirements, and vehicle propulsion applications. The users should follow more detailed design requirements for consideration for each application. The common basic design elements and reference SAE documents identified in this document are still valid allowing stabilization of this SAE Information Report.
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Battery Standards Testing Committee
The Battery Standards Testing Committee will address SAE documents that cover the electrical performance and characterization testing of batteries used for propulsion in road vehicles. Documents that this committee reviews, updates, and creates will be functional guidelines for testing methodologies and procedures
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