News & Events
The Battery Show
235th ECS Electrochemcial Society Meeting
THT will be exhibiting and sponsoring a session on Battery Safety & Failure Modes
11th International Heat Flow Calorimetry Symposium on Energetic Materials
Fraunhofer ICT, Pfinztal, Germany
Battery Power 2019
Eurogress Aachen, Germany
Vist THT at Booth #22
15th Global Congress on Process Safety
Hilton, New Orleans, USA
Battery Tech Expo
The International Centre, Telford, UK
Visit us on stand D7
International Battery Seminar & Exhibit
Fort Lauderdale Convention Centre, Florida
Visit THT at Booth #127
Webinar: Advanced techniques for addressing issues in battery safety and performance using adiabatic calorimetry
Wednesday, November 7, 2018 | 10:00 A.M. EST USA | 3:00 P.M. GMT UK
Adiabatic calorimetry is a widely utilized technique within the field of battery safety research. The method has been adapted from the chemical industry to address a significant range of safety and performance tests on battery components, cells and even modules.
Although a number of different battery tests may be employed using the ARC, interpretation of results is not always straightforward. Some of the principles which apply to ARC chemical testing do not translate directly to battery testing due to the variable nature of samples.
This presentation describes both the advantages and limitations of ARC testing on batteries and how the ARC test can be adapted to address different questions in battery research as well as quality control.
This webinar will focus on the following key topics:
• The principles of adiabatic calorimetry (ARC)
• How calorimetry can be used in battery testing
• What we learn from battery testing by calorimetry
• Pressure measurement and gas collection during thermal runaway
• Advanced testing techniques in adiabatic battery calorimetry
THT awarded funding as part of the Government's Faraday Challenge
THT in partnership with Imperial College London have been awarded funding from Innovate UK, as part of the Government’s Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund: The Faraday Challenge
THT is honoured to have their project selected as part of the Innovation - feasibility studies category. Winners will share £10 million funding to work on innovation projects to design, develop and manufacture batteries for the electrification of vehicles.
The THT will be working with Imperial College to develop an Isothermal Control Platform (ICP) for the Precise Regulation of Battery Temperatures using Multiple Zone Control.
New Product Videos: ES-ARC; RSD and µRC