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Chemistry solutions provide bonding, connecting, protecting and thermal formulations at the individual cell level all the way through to the battery pack, power conversion systems and control units – safeguarding the entire battery system from top to bottom.
Additionally, adhesives play an integral role in the construction and durability of battery system modules. Compared to fasteners and spot welding, adhesives provide significantly higher resistance to fatigue than riveted or welded assemblies. In this webinar we will take an in-depth look into cell, cooling plate, and cover plate assembly adhesives, by examining:
- Thermal Properties
- Strength vs. Product Usage
- Optimizing Joint Design
Eugene Chung, North American e-Mobility Business Development Manager, Henkel
Eugene Chung is the North American e-Mobility Business Development Manager for the Automotive Component Solutions group with Henkel Corporation. He brings business development experience from managing Henkel's adhesive portfolio in the metals industry. Previous to that role, Chung held the position of Application Engineer in the in the ACS team focusing on EE-NEV adhesive solutions which included leading key technical initiatives such as optical bonding for automotive displays. Having been with Henkel since 2013, he began his career as a formulation chemist at Hunstman Corporation designing adhesives for the electrical and electronics market. Chung received his degree in Chemistry from the University of Texas in 2011 and Executive MBA degree from Michigan State University in 2018.
Dalton Conlon, North American Applications Engineer, Henkel
Dalton Conlon is the North American Applications Engineer for the Automotive Component Solution group with Henkel Corporation. Appointed in May 2017, he brings structural engineering experience from his work in body in white applications. Coupled with his Mechanical Engineering degree from Wayne State University, he leads the e-Mobility initiative and is tasked as the technical expert on electric drive, battery, and power conversion components.