Join NPL's power cycling webinar
NPL has recently run a project investigating the electrical and thermal degradation of power modules, evaluating their performance from a materials aspect. Researchers at the institute developed power cycling capability to heat power module systems at a device level, leading to local heating. Using active cooling, the researchers were able to rapidly cycle the device temperature and accelerate lifetime testing to evaluate the performance of the electrical interconnects and the thermal interfaces in the device stack.
With the market for electric and hybrid vehicles growing rapidly, there is an increasing need for system reliability testing. As the technology for these vehicles develops, the operating voltage and current draw of these systems will increase to meet end user requirements. As higher voltage and current can lead to a range of failure mechanisms, it is important that the reliability of these systems is well understood and can be appropriately tested and investigated. In the near future this technology will move onto electric aircraft, where reliability plays a key consideration in the design.
NPL invites delegates to join the webinar to learn more.
What: Webinar — Electrical and thermal material evaluation using power cycling testing for power electronic applications
When: Tuesday, 17 September 2019 — 11.30 pm (AEST)
The majority of webinars run for 60–90 minutes, with a Q&A session. Webinars are limited to 100 delegates.
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