What caused the Dell laptops (lithium batteries) to explode, can this be avoided or improved?
In June, a Dell notebook burst into flames during a conference in a hotel in Osaka, Japan.
The battery produced by Sony that Dell recalled was caused by the mixing of tiny metal particles in the production process, which caused the battery to overheat or short-circuit after contact with the computer charging system, resulting in sparks. A thermal reaction was caused, and an explosion occurred.
Sony ignores quality due to cost control. The electronics industry does not have a mature inspection system as traditional craftsmanship. Competition has also led to manufacturers to reduce costs, and technical accidents are inevitable.
What can control the "thermal runaway"？
The inherent safety method is the ultimate solution to the problem of thermal runaway
Development of safe electrolyte with thermal stability