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How to Prevent Thermal Runaway in Lithium Ion Batteries

  • 13 Apr 2020
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Quiet Cannon, 901 N. Via Clemente, Montebello, CA 90604

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  • 6-foot display table for use of the sponsor and five minutes at the beginning of the meeting to address the audience
  • Member pricing through January 27
  • Non-member pricing available through January 27

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Topic:  How to Prevent Thermal Runaway in Lithium Ion Batteries

Date:  April 13, 2020

Location:

Quiet Cannon

901 N. Via San Clemente

Montebello, Ca 90604

Schedule

11:30AM: Registration and Networking

12:00PM: Meeting and Lunch

12:30PM: Key Note Presentation

1:30PM: Conclusion of Meeting

Monthly Meeting Sponsor

Monthly meeting sponsor $150.  SFPE SoCal is pleased to announce the introduction of a single meeting sponsor for regularly scheduled monthly meetings. The monthly meeting sponsor is provided with a 6 foot display table, and 5 minutes at the beginning of the meeting to address the audience.  If provided, the sponsor’s logo will be on the monthly meeting flyer and identified on the event on the website.  Set up for the display is at 11:30am the day of the meeting and tear down is after the meeting at 2pm.

Event Flyer

04-13-20 Meeting Flyer.pdf

Speaker

William Sudah - Xtralis

Description

As Lithium Ion batteries have revolutionized our lives and they’re becoming more economical, data centers are being designed and converted to Lithium ion batteries. But recent battery explosions have demonstrated how dangerous they can be. This presentation will explain the four stages of battery failure and how to prevent a thermal runaway with proper “Advanced Detection” at the right stage of failure. It will also address why conventional gas detection will not prevent thermal runaway and address best design and layout practices as well as sequence of operation. Lithium Ion batteries are safe once they’re understood! 

Biography

William Sudah is a Mechanical Engineer with Masters in Business Administration. He lives in South Florida and currently working for Xtralis.  He has over 14 years of experience in gas detection, and he helps engineers with gas detection design and layout as well as sequence of operation. William is also a principal member with NFPA 88A and has been invited on numerous occasions to present to Fire Marshals on safety and design requirements and continues to offer his support to this date. 

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There are no Refunds since fees are still paid by SFPE Socal to restaurant even if you don't attend.




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