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  1. Pouch cell spacing

    Batteries and Charging
    Hi,We're an fs team based out of Mumbai, india. We are using LiCoO2 pouch cells for our battery pack and I wanted to know if it is a good practice to keep pouch cells in contact with each other by their faces. What can be the consequences and issues and is there any way to avoid them?
  2. Maintenance plugs for batteries

    Batteries and Charging
    We are a second year EV team and are looking for alternatives to amphenol radlok maintenance plugs that we used last year. Also, if you have or have had self designed maintenance plugs, could you share some relevant information? It would be of great help. Our battery configuration is 100s1p...
  3. Pouch Cell connection methods

    Batteries and Charging
    Hey guys, We're building our second EV for formula student this year and are looking for alternatives for making connections in our accumulator. Currently we use bolting on aluminum bus bars to clamp the cell tabs of our pouch cells but this method is really cumbersome, time consuming, adds a...
  4. Best batteries for Student Formula

    Batteries and Charging
    Hello to everyone, My friends are developing various lithium batteries and asked to give some insight in to market of FSAE. As I understand it, this pack is exactly matched to what students need: fuses on each single cell (like Tesla did), modular structure and easily serviceable, also...
  5. High Performance Electric Motor

    Electric Motors
    Hello...!!! Can anyone please help me find a high performance electric motor ? I am looking something that has these specs... Continuous Torque: >75Nm Continuous Power: >30kW Motor Speed: >6000rpm Voltage: >150VDC Weight:<10kg(22lbs) Cost: (low is prefered, but no restriction as such) any help...
  6. Looks like 'hello' threads are de rigueur round here...

    New Member Introductions
    I'm studying for a mechanical engineering degree in the UK and have found myself involved with the FSUK Class 2 team, we are hoping to take the design forwards to Class 1 next year. For various reasons despite my being a first year I am now managing the powertrain team for our design but I...
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