Electrical fire

The deployment of electric vehicles brings new energy management systems. Similarly, in other sectors, hydraulic and mechanical functions are now replaced by electrically operated functions. These systems are under high stress, especially related to Joule effects that occur during the different phases of operation, which may cause fire starts. To secure the deployment of this new technology, CREPIM developed a methodological approach for the validation of dielectric properties of components.

CREPIM: electric fire platform: methodological route

Thermogravimetric and rheological analysis of materials

CREPIM: electric fire platform: TGA analysis

CREPIM: electric fire platform: TGA analysis

CREPIM: electric fire platform: rheological characterization

Measurement of insulation resistance in the climatic chamber during aging of printed circuit board (PCB)

CREPIM: electric fire platform: characterization of di electric properties

CREPIM: electric fire platform: characterization of di electric properties

CREPIM: electric fire platform: characterization of di electric properties

Characterization smoke releases: the smoke chamber

CREPIM: electric fire platform: characterization of di electric properties

CREPIM: electric fire platform: characterization of di electric properties

CREPIM: electric fire platform: characterization of di electric properties

Measurement of dielectric strength

CREPIM: electric fire platform: characterization of di electric properties

CREPIM: electric fire platform: characterization of di electric properties