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SAE J1766

(R) Recommended Practice for Electric, Fuel Cell and Hybrid Electric Vehicle Crash Integrity Testing

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Organization: SAE
Publication Date: 1 January 2014
Status: active
Page Count: 22
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Electric, Fuel Cell and Hybrid vehicles may contain many types of high voltage systems. Adequate barriers between occupants and the high voltage systems are necessary to provide protection from potentially harmful electric current and materials within the high voltage system that can cause injury to occupants of the vehicle during and after a crash. This SAE Recommended Practice is applicable to Electric, Fuel Cell and Hybrid vehicle designs that are comprised of at least one vehicle propulsion voltage bus with a nominal operating voltage greater than 60 and less than 1,500 VDC, or greater than 30 and less than 1,000 VAC. This Recommended Practice addresses post-crash electrical safety, retention of electrical propulsion components and electrolyte spillage.

Purpose

The purpose of this document is to define test methods and performance criteria to evaluate the post-crash electrical safety, retention of electrical propulsion components and electrolyte spillage in Electric, Fuel Cell and Hybrid vehicles during and after specified crash tests.

Document History

SAE J1766
January 1, 2014
(R) Recommended Practice for Electric, Fuel Cell and Hybrid Electric Vehicle Crash Integrity Testing
Electric, Fuel Cell and Hybrid vehicles may contain many types of high voltage systems. Adequate barriers between occupants and the high voltage systems are necessary to provide protection from...
April 1, 2005
(R) Recommended Practice for Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicle Battery Systems Crash Integrity Testing
Electric, Fuel Cell and Hybrid vehicles may contain many types of high voltage systems. Adequate barriers between occupants and the high voltage systems are necessary to provide protection from...
June 1, 1998
(R) Recommended Practice for Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicle Battery Systems Crash Integrity Testing
1. Scope--Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicles contain many types of battery systems. Adequate barriers between occupants and battery systems are necessary to provide protection from potentially...

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