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SAE J1797

Recommended Practice for Packaging of Electric Vehicle Battery Modules

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Organization: SAE
Publication Date: 1 August 2016
Status: active
Page Count: 23
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This SAE Recommended Practice provides for common battery designs through the description of dimensions, termination, retention, venting system, and other features required in an electric vehicle application. The document does not provide for performance standards. Performance will be addressed by SAE J1798. This document does provide for guidelines in proper packaging of battery modules to meet performance criteria detailed in J1766.

Purpose-This document provides the guidelines for designing a battery module to effectively package into manufacturer's electric vehicles. It will lay the foundation for electric vehicle battery modules and serve as an industry guideline.

Document History

SAE J1797
August 1, 2016
Recommended Practice for Packaging of Electric Vehicle Battery Modules
This SAE Recommended Practice provides for common battery designs through the description of dimensions, termination, retention, venting system, and other features required in an electric vehicle...
January 1, 1997
Recommended Practice for Packaging of Electric Vehicle Battery Modules
This SAE Recommended Practice provides for common battery designs through the description of dimensions, termination, retention, venting system, and other features required in an electric vehicle...
January 1, 1997
Recommended Practice for Packaging of Electric Vehicle Battery Modules
1. Scope--This SAE Recommended Practice provides for common battery designs through the description of dimensions, termination, retention, venting system, and other features required in an electric...

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