Assoc. Prof. Quanqing Yu
Harbin Institute of Technology
Brief introduction of your research experience:
Quanqing Yu, Ph.D., associate professor of Harbin Institute of Technology. Dr. Yu is the deputy director of the Intelligent Vehicle Engineering, and a visiting scholar at Wayne State University, and University of Maryland, College Park. Currently serving as a member of the Transportation Electrification Professional Committee of the Power Supply Society, a member of the Youth Working Committee of the China Electrotechnical Society, the Secretary-General of the Advanced Energy Storage Science and Application Group of the Youth Working Committee, and the Secretary-General of the IEEE PES (China) Power Battery Subcommittee. Dr. Yu Mainly engaged in new energy vehicle power battery system management, artificial intelligence technology, health management and fault diagnosis based on edge-cloud big data. Presided over the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the Shandong Provincial General Fund, the sub-project of the Army Equipment Department, etc. He has applied for 17 invention patents, published a total of 35 research papers, which were cited more than 1,600 times, of which 19 were included in SCI, and 7 were selected as ESI highly cited papers successively. Won the Best Paper Award of the ICEEE2017 International Conference, the Excellent Paper Award of the 2019 Electrotechnical Society Annual Conference, the 4th High Impact Paper Award of Journal of Mechanical Engineering, the 2020 Outstanding Paper Award of Chinese Society of Mechanical Engineering, the Best Paper Award of 34th International Electric Vehicle Conference. Served as reviewer for Appl Energy, IEEE Trans. Ind Electron., IEEE Trans. Power Electron. and more than 20 journals. He is also the editor board member of Energies, Mechanical Engineering Science, Chinese Journal of Electrical Engineering, and served as guest editor of Chinese Journal of Mechanical Engineering, Energy and AI, IET Intelligent Transport Systems, and International Journal of Green Energy, etc.
Speech Title: Fire safety issues and countermeasures for the battery system of new energy vehicles
In recent years, the frequent fire accidents of new energy vehicles have greatly reduced consumer confidence in purchasing. The cause of fire accidents is often attributed to the failure to detect the fault of battery system early and take reasonable countermeasures, and then allow the fault to gradually evolve to the thermal runaway of the battery system. Safety monitoring, fault diagnosis and risk assessment of battery systems have become current research hotspots and difficulties. This report focuses on the fire safety problems and countermeasures of the battery system of new energy vehicles. It describes: 1) Multi-dimensional statistical laws of battery system fire accidents; 2) Potential failure modes, inducements and failure modes of the battery system; 3) Fault diagnosis approaches of the battery system; 4) Countermeasures for thermal runaway of battery system; 5) Comment on relevant safety test standards of battery system.