Why is compatibility important? Automotive transmission fluid and insulation

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As the voltage of electric vehicle motors increase, there is an increasing demand being put on the primary and secondary insulation systems used in these motors.

During this webinar, DuPont technical experts will discuss automotive insulation materials and trends. The evaluation of such insulation materials for use in automotive applications is important in selecting the correct insulation for the application.

One of the major contributing factors to insulation degradation is the compatibility of cooling oil with the insulation system. This webinar will focus on the evaluation of such cooling oils and its effect on insulation material.

Presented by

Jennifer Aliemeke, Senior Technologist, Nomex Electrical Infrastructure & Automotive

Jennifer Aliemeke is a Senior Technologist in the Electrical Infrastructure & Automotive Laboratories at the Dupont manufacturing facility in Richmond, VA. As Lab Manager of the EI & EV labs, she serves as the technical lead for instrumental analysis of Nomex paper, pressboard and other insulation materials. Through electrical and mechanical investigation of failure modes, Ms. Aliemeke supports both applications development and manufacturing process technology. She holds a BS in Chemistry from Virginia Commonwealth University, with prior experience focusing on X-ray powder diffraction and spectroscopic analysis.

Evanne Wang, Applications Development Engineer, Nomex – Electrical Infrastructure and Automotive

Evanne Wang is an applications development and evaluation expert working with DuPont Nomex paper and pressboard for the past decade.  Her focused areas of expertise are evaluating the characteristics of electrical insulating materials including  Electrical Insulation Systems (EIS) aging studies.  She is involved with several standards bodies such as IEEE, ASTM, and UL and currently chairs IEEE Standards Coordinating Committee 4 on Electrical Insulation, which oversees three standards relevant to the electrical insulation industry (IEEE 1, 98, 99). Wang received her BSEE in electrical engineering from the University of Nevada with a minor in psychology.


Wednesday, Jul 27, 2022, 2:00 PM (BST)

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