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Propagation Test Requirements For Repurposed EV Batteries
• When repurposing EV batteries for stationary applications, new application-specific requirements must be validated on the repurposed packs.
• One such test is propagation (otherwise called cell-propagation, thermal runaway, or single-cell-design tolerance).
• As these test methods generally require modifications to an existing cell or battery pack to implement the test, repurposed batteries add a new challenge, as they are already manufactured, so modifications for testing must be implemented at the test site.
• This webinar discusses these additional challenges and potential solutions for effectively performing these tests as well as potential preparation efforts that can be implemented on new EV batteries in expectation of future certification test needs


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Rich Byczek
Global Technical Director, Transportation Technologies @Intertek
Rich is the Global Technical Director- Transportation Technologies at Intertek. He has over 25 years of experience in product development and validation testing, 17 of which have been spent at Intertek. Rich is experienced in the areas of energy storage, audio equipment and EMC testing. As Intertek’s Global Technical Lead for Electric Vehicle and Energy Storage, Rich sits on several SAE, IEC, UL and ANSI standards panels. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Lawrence Technological University in Southfield, Michigan, and is based at the Intertek facility located in Plymouth, Michigan.