Driving the Future: Precision Production of Lithium-Ion Batteries for Electric Vehicles
Read time: 11 min | Authors: ACS, Chemical & Engineering | Last Updated: June 7, 2022
The manufacturing process for lithium-ion batteries designed for small consumer electronics is well established, but producing lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles has placed new demands on manufacturers. A single flaw in the battery could ignite a battery’s flammable electrolyte.
To ensure that lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles fulfill performance and safety requirements, battery manufacturing processes must meet narrow precision thresholds and incorporate quality control analyses at every step: electrode preparation, battery assembly, and finishing.
Read on to learn about quality control during battery production and the latest developments the field.
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- Advancements in lithium-ion battery technology are driving the electric vehicle revolution.
- Quality control testing at each stage of battery production ensures that lithium-ion batteries are safe and reliable.
- Testing during battery production includes optical inspection, moisture analysis and precision weighing.
Figure 1. Each battery pack in an electric vehicle is made of hundreds of individual electrochemical cells wired together.