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Lattice Energy LLC- Containment of Lithium-based Battery Fires-A Fools Paradise-Aug 6 2013

by President and CEO at Lattice Energy LLC on Aug 07, 2013

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Focus is on thermal runaways in primary and secondary lithium-based batteries; includes: ...

Focus is on thermal runaways in primary and secondary lithium-based batteries; includes:
• High-level historical overview: battery chemistries and increased energy density
• Peak temperatures that can possibly be reached during thermal runaway events
• Scaling-up electrical storage capacities can cause increases in safety-related risks
• Different causes of thermal runaways
• Examples of runaways involving portable devices and various mobile platforms
• Runaways in advanced Boeing 787 aircraft
• Incident examples: worst-of-the-worst
• Analysis and commentary on Boeing 787 Dreamliner’s battery containment system

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  • lewisglarsen Lewis Larsen, President and CEO at Lattice Energy LLC Lattice was mentioned in a Boeing Dreamliner story by Paul Chesser that was published under auspices of National Legal and Policy Center’s website on August 8, 2013:

    Technical Glitches and Payments for Down Time Still Nag Boeing's Dreamliner
    Submitted by Paul Chesser on Thu, 08/08/2013 - 08:30

    'Another fire, another mysterious technical glitch, and happy-go-lucky Boeing skips along enjoying strong sales, revenues and profits, despite the shadow of uncertainty that hangs over the lithium battery-charged Dreamliner.'

    http://nlpc.org/stories/2013/08/07/technical-glitches-and-payments-down-time-still-nag-boeings-dreamliner

    In Chesser’s above-noted story, he quoted from and hyperlinked to the following earlier piece by Christine Negroni:

    Ethiopian 787 Fire Sparks Question: Is Lithium Ion Ready to Fly?
    Christine Negroni
    Flying Lessons blog, July 20, 2013
    http://christinenegroni.blogspot.com/2013/07/ethiopian-787-fire-sparks-question-is.html
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  • lewisglarsen Lewis Larsen, President and CEO at Lattice Energy LLC Published at 8:30 AM today: Lattice just got a nice mention in a new article about the Boeing Dreamliner’s battery-related woes by Paul Chesser of the National Legal and Policy Center 'think tank'.

    'Technical Glitches and Payments for Down Time Still Nag Boeing's Dreamliner'
    Submitted by Paul Chesser on Thu, 08/08/2013 - 08:30

    'Another fire, another mysterious technical glitch, and happy-go-lucky Boeing skips along enjoying strong sales, revenues and profits, despite the shadow of uncertainty that hangs over the lithium battery-charged Dreamliner.'

    http://nlpc.org/stories/2013/08/07/technical-glitches-and-payments-down-time-still-nag-boeings-dreamliner
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  • lewisglarsen Lewis Larsen, President and CEO at Lattice Energy LLC http://green.autoblog.com/2013/08/02/faulty-mitsubishi-plug-in-batteries-could-cost-30-million/

    “Faulty Mitsubishi plug-in batteries could cost company $30 million”

    “The battery problems that plagued the Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-in Hybrid and the i-MiEV electric vehicle now have a price tag. GS Yuasa, which runs the Lithium Energy Japan joint venture – the battery maker responsible for the packs in question – with Mitsubishi, set aside three billion yen ($30 million US) for 'extraordinary losses' last quarter. This is according to the Nikkei, which adds that GS Yuasa isn't giving up on lithium-ion batteries, and intends to spend 12 billion yen ($120 million US) on increasing li-ion battery production over the next three years.”

    “In March, Mitsubishi stopped making the Outlander PHEV and i-MiEV because of two potentially dangerous incidents. A battery in a parked Outlander PHEV melted due to a short circuit caused by contaminants in the battery and then an i-MiEV caught fire at Mitsubishi's Mizushima factory. No one was injured in either case. After an investigation, Lithium Energy Japan changed the screening process to make the packs safer. In May, Mitsubishi announced that it would double Outlander PHEV production – to 4,000 a month – to make up for lost time. The i-MiEV is available now and the Outlander PHEV is supposed to arrive in the US next year.”
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