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JP2009152440A
JP2009152440A JP2007329904A JP2007329904A JP2009152440A JP 2009152440 A JP2009152440 A JP 2009152440A JP 2007329904 A JP2007329904 A JP 2007329904A JP 2007329904 A JP2007329904 A JP 2007329904A JP 2009152440 A JP2009152440 A JP 2009152440A
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Kazuhiko Matsumoto
Masa Sawaguchi
和彦 松本
雅 沢口
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a temperature regulator for a heating element, which can perform uniform temperature regulation of the heating element and improve water-proof/dust-proof performance and can be made compact, lightweight, etc. <P>SOLUTION: The temperature regulator includes a heat sink 12 disposed in a cooling medium passage 9, a heat receiving plate 10 provided in contact with a battery module 1, and a thermoelectric element member 20 thermally coupling the heat receiving plate 10 and heat sink 12 through heat transmission by a semiconductor 20c. The battery module 1 is provided in contact with the heat receiving plate 10, so the water-proof/dust-proof performance can be improved. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2009,JPO&INPIT

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  The present invention relates to a temperature adjusting device for a heating element.

Conventionally, a technique in which cooling air is passed between a plurality of battery modules as heating elements to cool each battery module is known (see Patent Document 1).
JP 2007-172982 A

However, in the conventional invention, since the cooling air is directly passed between the plurality of battery modules to directly cool the battery modules, the flow rate of the cooling air flowing between the battery modules is different, and the battery modules Since the temperature of the flowing cooling air is different between the upstream side and the downstream side, there is a problem that a temperature difference occurs depending on the part of the battery module, the remaining battery capacity cannot be effectively used, and the life is also deteriorated.
In addition, there is a problem that the waterproof / dustproof performance between the battery modules is low.
Furthermore, a space for flowing cooling air between the battery modules is required, and there is a problem in that the battery is increased in size and the resistance is increased due to the extension of the connection wiring.

  The present invention has been made in order to solve the above-mentioned problems, and the object of the present invention is to generate heat that can simultaneously achieve uniform temperature adjustment of the heating element, improvement of waterproof and dustproof performance, and reduction in size and weight. It is to provide a body temperature regulating device.

  In the first aspect of the present invention, the heat radiating portion disposed in the heat radiating space, the heat receiving portion provided in close contact with the heat generating body, and the connecting portion that thermally connects the heat receiving portion and the heat radiating portion by heat transfer by the refrigerant. It is characterized by providing.

In invention of Claim 1, heat can be moved between a heat generating body and a thermal radiation part via a 1st connection part, and a heat generating body can be temperature-controlled uniformly.
In addition, since the heat receiving portion is provided in close contact with the heating element, the waterproof / dustproof performance can be improved.
Further, when a plurality of modules in which the heating elements are electrically connected are formed, it is not necessary to form a space for circulating the cooling medium between the modules, and it is possible to realize a reduction in size and weight and a reduction in wiring resistance.

  Embodiments of the present invention will be described below with reference to the drawings.

Example 1 will be described below.
1 is a plan view of the battery pack of the first embodiment, FIG. 2 is a cross-sectional view for explaining the inside of the battery pack of the first embodiment, and FIG. 3 is assembled with the battery module, heat receiving plate, heat pipe, and heat sink of the first embodiment. FIG. 4 is an exploded view illustrating fixing of the heat receiving plate and the heat pipe according to the first embodiment.
FIG. 5 is a cross-sectional view taken along line S5-S5 in FIG. 1, and FIG. 6 is a view for explaining fixing of the heat receiving plate and the heat pipe according to the first embodiment.

First, the overall configuration will be described.
As shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, the invention of Embodiment 1 includes a battery pack 3 having a box-shaped housing 2 that houses a battery module 1 (corresponding to a heating element in claims) and the like to be described later. It is mounted on a vehicle as a battery for supplying electricity to an electric motor (mainly a driving motor) of a hybrid vehicle.

An inlet pipe 5 for introducing cooling air (corresponding to a cooling medium in claims) into the housing 2 from an inlet 4 opened in the housing 2 is provided at a portion corresponding to one corner of the housing 2. Besides being connected in communication, a fan 6 for sending cooling air into the housing 2 is provided in the middle of the inlet pipe 5.
In addition, at positions facing the inlet pipes 5 at the four corners of the housing 2, cooling air after cooling the battery module 1 described later is discharged from the housing 2 through an outlet 7 opened in the housing 2. An outlet pipe 8 is connected in communication.
As a result, a cooling medium passage 9 (corresponding to a heat radiation space in the claims) in which the cooling air indicated by a one-dot chain line arrow in FIG. 2 moves from the inlet 4 to the outlet 7 is formed in the housing 2.

  As shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, a battery module 1, a heat receiving plate 10 (corresponding to a heat receiving part in claims), and a heat pipe 11 (corresponding to a second connecting part in claims) are included in the housing 2. The thermoelectric element member 20 (corresponding to the first connecting part in the claims) and the heat sink 12 (corresponding to the heat dissipating part in the claims) are housed in an assembled state, and the heat sink 12 is connected to the cooling medium passage 9 described above. Is arranged.

The battery module 1 is for supplying electricity to a vehicle electric motor (mainly a traveling motor) (not shown). As is well known, a nickel cadmium battery, a nickel hydrogen battery, Alternatively, a secondary battery such as a lithium ion battery is employed.
Further, the battery module 1 is formed in a long plate shape that is long in a direction orthogonal to the longitudinal direction of the cooling medium passage 9, and as shown in FIG. The battery modules 1a to 1f are assembled in a state of being arranged in pieces.
Further, as shown in FIG. 2, the battery modules 1 a to 1 f are electrically connected in series or in parallel to each other by connection wiring (not shown) disposed in the gap H <b> 1 with the housing 2. .

As shown in FIG. 5, the heat receiving plate 10 is joined to each other, and two plate-like inner heat receiving plates 13 and 14 assembled in close contact with the inside of each of the battery modules 1a to 1f. And the outer heat receiving plates 15 and 16 assembled outside the battery modules 1a to 1f.
Further, the heat receiving plates 11 to 14 are provided with grooves 17 recessed in the thickness direction over the entire length in the longitudinal direction of the heat receiving plates 11 to 14, and the battery modules 1 a respectively corresponding to the grooves 17. It is assembled in a state in which each part of ˜1f is fitted.
Therefore, between each battery module 1a-1f and those outer peripheral parts are the states substantially covered with the heat receiving plate 10. FIG.
In the first embodiment, a rectangular gap H2 is formed between the battery modules 1a to 1f and the grooves 17 of the outer heat receiving plates 15 and 16, but this is not restrictive.

The heat pipe 11 is configured by heat pipes 11a to 11c housed inside the inner heat receiving plates 13 and 14, specifically, at the center positions in the width direction of the battery modules 1a to 1f, respectively.
Specifically, as shown in FIG. 4, semi-circular grooves 18 a and 18 b for accommodating the heat pipes 11 a to 11 c are formed on the inner heat receiving plates 13 and 14 on the joint surfaces of the inner heat receiving plates 13 and 14. 14 is formed over the entire length in the longitudinal direction, and when the heat pipes 11a to 11c are accommodated, first, as shown in FIG. 6 (a), between the inner heat receiving plates 13 and 14, A base material W of the heat pipe 11 having an outer diameter slightly larger than the outer diameter to be manufactured in advance is arranged.
Next, as shown in FIG. 6B, the inner heat receiving plates 13 and 14 are brought into contact with each other by a pressing molding apparatus not shown in the figure, and the base material W is press-molded with the circular grooves 18 to be desired. The heat pipe 11 and the groove 17 can be brought into close contact with each other.
After that, at least the inner heat receiving plates 13 and 14 are joined together by welding or a fixing member not shown.

The heat pipe 11 is composed of a tubular member having a circular cross section in which a refrigerant is sealed, and one end of the heat pipe 11 is welded to a flat heat receiving plate 21 in contact with the end surfaces of the inner heat receiving plates 13 and 14 by welding not shown. It is fixed.
As is well known, the heat pipe 11 operates on the same operating principle as a siphon.
In the first embodiment, the refrigerant evaporates in the heating unit that is in close contact with the inner heat receiving plates 13 and 14, and the vapor of the refrigerant moves to the cooling unit on the heat sink 12 side and condenses, where the latent heat of evaporation is transferred. .
Thereafter, the condensed refrigerant is returned to the heating unit by the capillary action of a wick (not shown) provided in the heat pipe 11 so that heat is transferred from the heating unit to the cooling unit.

Further, the heat receiving plate 21 is connected to the heat sink 12 via three thermoelectric element members 20 provided corresponding to the connection positions of the heat pipes 11.
The thermoelectric element member 20 is constituted by a box-shaped container in which a thermoelectric element (so-called Peltier element) or the like is accommodated, and one side surface thereof is in close contact with the heat receiving plate 21 by welding or a fixing member not shown. On the other hand, the other side surface is fixed by welding or a fixing member or the like not shown in the state in close contact with the base 12a of the heat sink.

As is known, the thermoelectric element member 20 operates on the same operating principle as the Peltier action.
In the first embodiment, as shown in the enlarged view of FIG. 2, p-type and n-type semiconductors 20c joined to two substrates 20a and 20b whose inner surfaces face each other via electrodes ( Equivalent) are alternately connected in the shape of π, and by flowing a direct current through the semiconductor 20c in a predetermined direction indicated by an arrow in the figure, heat is transferred from the heat receiving plate 21 side to the heat sink 12 side, and the heat receiving plate 21 and Heat can be absorbed (cooled) on the one side surface that is in contact, and heat can be generated (heat radiation) on the other side surface on which the base 12a of the heat sink 12 is in contact.

  The heat sink 12 is composed of a plurality (five in the first embodiment) of thin plate-like fins 19 arranged at predetermined intervals along the flow of the cooling air flowing through the cooling medium passage 9, and the base end side thereof is described above. It is provided in a state of standing on the plate-like base portion 12a.

In addition, in Example 1, at least each part of the heat receiving plate 10, the heat pipe 11, the heat sink 12, and the thermoelectric element member 20 is formed using a material having high thermal conductivity such as aluminum or copper.
Further, the heat pipe 11 can be omitted.

  Next, the operation will be described.

[Battery module cooling]
In the battery pack 3 configured as described above, the cooling air is introduced from the inlet 4 into the housing 2 by the fan 6 via the inlet pipe 5 from the supply source (not shown), and then passed through the cooling medium passage 9. After that, it is discharged from the discharge port 7 through the outlet pipe 8 to a discharge destination outside the housing 2 outside the figure.

The supply source of the cooling air is, for example, the air conditioning air conditioning for the vehicle interior air conditioning (or vehicle interior air), and the temperature of the cooling air and the amount of introduction by the fan 6 can be adjusted according to the temperature of the battery module 1. Like that. The temperature of the battery module 1 can be calculated from the amount of heat generated.
On the other hand, the discharge destination of the cooling air is, for example, outside the vehicle (or in the passenger compartment or trunk room).

Then, after the thermoelectric element member 20 is energized and the heat generated by each battery module 1 is generated by the heat receiving plate 10, it is moved to the heat sink 12 via the heat pipe 11 and the thermoelectric element member 20. The battery module 1 can be cooled by causing the fins 19 to exchange heat with the cooling air to dissipate heat.
At this time, as described above, each battery module 1, the heat receiving plate 10, the heat pipe 11, the thermoelectric element member 20 (both of the heat receiving plate 21), and the base 12a of the heat sink 11 are assembled in close contact with each other. The heat of the module 1 can be efficiently transmitted to the thermoelectric element member 20 via the heat pipe 11 and the heat receiving plate 21, and the battery module 1 can be efficiently cooled.
Further, since the fins 19 of the heat sink 12 are arranged along the flow direction of the cooling air, the cooling air can flow smoothly through the cooling medium passage 9 to promote the heat dissipation effect.

  Therefore, compared with the case where the cooling air is cooled by passing between the battery modules 1a to 1f, there is no possibility that a temperature difference is caused depending on the part of the battery module 1 due to the temperature difference between the upstream and downstream of the cooling air or uneven distribution. The battery module 1 can be uniformly cooled, the remaining amount of the battery module 1 can be effectively utilized, and at the same time, the life can be extended.

[Waterproof and dustproof performance]
Further, in the first embodiment, as described above, since the cooling air does not pass between the battery modules 1a to 1f and the battery modules 1a to 1f are assembled in a state of being substantially covered with the heat receiving plate 10, the waterproof performance is ensured.・ Excellent dustproof performance.
In addition, the motor of the fan 6 usually employs a brushless motor that generates less wear powder in order to prevent clogging of wear powder between the battery modules 1a to 1f. It is also possible to employ a motor with an attachment.

[Changing the heat receiving plate to a jig and reducing the size and weight of the battery module]
In the first embodiment, as described above, the heat receiving plate 10 can also be used as a jig for assembling the battery modules 1 (both of the heat pipes 11).
In addition, each battery module 1 is required to shorten the wiring electrically connected to each other to reduce resistance, so that the plurality of battery modules 1 can be positioned accurately and easily in a state of being close to each other by the common heat receiving plate 10. It can be assembled and at the same time can be made smaller and lighter.
Further, the heat receiving plate 10 is shared by the battery modules 1, and heat can be transmitted to all the heat pipes 11 through the heat receiving plate 10, which is preferable.
Furthermore, since the inlet pipe 5 and the outlet pipe 8 are disposed on one side of the housing 2 in the first embodiment, the battery pack 3 can be reduced in size compared to the case where the inlet pipe 5 and the outlet pipe 8 are disposed separately on both sides of the housing 2.

Next, the effect will be described.
As described above, in the first embodiment, the heat sink 12 disposed in the cooling medium passage 9, the heat receiving plate 10 provided in close contact with the battery module 1, the heat receiving plate 10 and the heat sink 12 are heated by the semiconductor 20c. Since the thermoelectric element member 20 that is thermally connected by movement is provided, uniform cooling of the battery module 1, improvement in waterproof / dustproof performance, and reduction in size and weight can be realized at the same time.

Example 2 will be described below.
In the second embodiment, the same components as those in the first embodiment are denoted by the same reference numerals, the description thereof will be omitted, and only the differences will be described in detail.

When the battery module 1 is at a low temperature, the internal resistance increases and the discharge output decreases. Therefore, it is desirable to quickly heat the battery module 1 to normal temperature at the initial stage of operation of the battery.
Therefore, in the second embodiment, when the battery module 1 is at a low temperature, a direct current of the semiconductor 20c is caused to flow in a direction opposite to the predetermined direction of the first embodiment, and heat is transferred from the heat sink 12 side to the heat receiving plate 21 side. The battery module 1 can be warmed by generating heat (dissipating heat) on one side surface in contact with the heat receiving plate 21 and absorbing heat (cooling) on the other side surface in contact with the base 12 a of the heat sink 12.
At this time, the warm air of the air conditioner for vehicle interior air conditioning may flow through the cooling medium passage 9.

  Therefore, when the battery module 1 is at a low temperature, the battery module 1 can be heated and the discharge output can be prevented from decreasing.

Although the embodiments have been described above, the present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiments, and design changes and the like within the scope not departing from the gist of the present invention are included in the present invention.
For example, in Example 1, although the example which applied the heat generating body to the battery module 1 was demonstrated, you may apply to the inverter circuit etc. of a motor for driving | running | working.
Further, the heat pipe only needs to circulate the refrigerant inside so as to be able to absorb and dissipate heat, and may have another structure that circulates inside without using the wick capillary action.
Similarly, the thermoelectric element member only needs to have different heat absorption and heat dissipation, and may be other than Peltier.

Moreover, the shape of the detailed site | part of each structural member demonstrated in Example 1, the number of formation, arrangement | positioning, the fixing method, a raw material, etc. can be set suitably.
For example, as shown in FIG. 7, a heat pipe 30 having a flat cross section may be employed.
Moreover, as shown in FIG. 8, you may employ | adopt what changed the shape of the heat sink 12, for example, the direction of the fin 19, and the number of sheets.
Further, as shown in FIG. 9, a cooling medium passage 9 is formed on both sides in the housing 2, and a thermoelectric element member 20 (both of the heat receiving plate 21) and a heat sink connected to the other end of the heat pipe 11 here. 12 may be provided. In this case, the temperature of the battery module 1 can be adjusted more efficiently.

3 is a plan view of the battery pack according to Embodiment 1. FIG. FIG. 3 is a cross-sectional view illustrating the inside of the battery pack according to the first embodiment. It is the perspective view which assembled | attached the battery module of Example 1, a heat receiving board, the heat pipe, and the heat sink. It is an exploded view explaining fixation of the heat receiving plate of Example 1 and a heat pipe. It is sectional drawing in the S5-S5 line | wire of FIG. It is a figure explaining fixation of the heat receiving plate and heat pipe of Example 1. FIG. It is a figure explaining the cross-sectional shape of the heat pipe of another Example. It is a figure explaining the heat sink of other Examples. It is sectional drawing explaining the inside of the battery pack of another Example.

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H1, H2 Gap W Base material 1, 1a, 1b, 1c, 1d, 1e, 1f Battery module 2 Housing 3 Battery pack 4 Inlet 5 Inlet pipe 6 Fan 7 Outlet 8 Outlet pipe 9 Cooling medium passage 10 Heat receiving plate 11 11a, 11b, 11c Heat pipe 12 Heat sink 13, 14 Inner heat receiving plate 15, 16 Outer heat receiving plate 17, 18, 18a, 18b Groove 19 Fin 20 Thermoelectric element member 20a Metal plate 20b, 20c Semiconductor 21 Heat receiving plate 30 Heat pipe

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  1. A heat dissipating part disposed in the heat dissipating space;
    A heat receiving portion provided in close contact with the heating element;
    A temperature adjusting device for a heating element, comprising: a first connecting portion that thermally connects the heat receiving portion and the heat radiating portion by heat transfer by a thermoelectric element.
  2. The temperature adjusting device for a heating element according to claim 1,
    The first connecting portion absorbs heat on the heat receiving portion side and dissipates heat on the heat radiating portion side by passing a current in a predetermined direction through a thermoelectric element disposed between the two substrates facing the inner surface. A heating device temperature control device.
  3. In the heating element temperature adjusting device according to claim 1 or 2,
    A temperature adjusting device for a heating element, comprising: a second connecting portion that thermally connects the heat receiving portion and the first connecting portion by heat transfer by a refrigerant.
  4. In the heating element temperature regulating device according to claim 3,
    The heating element temperature adjusting device, wherein the second connecting portion is a heat pipe in which a refrigerant is sealed in a tubular member.
  5. The heating element temperature adjusting device according to claim 4,
    A heat generator cooling device, wherein the heat pipe is formed in a flat cross-sectional shape.
  6. In the temperature adjustment apparatus of the heat generating body of Claim 4 or 5,
    A heating element temperature adjusting device, wherein the heat pipe is provided inside a heat receiving portion.
  7. The temperature adjusting device for a heating element according to claim 6,
    The heat receiving part is composed of a plurality of divided parts having grooves that match the outer shape of the heat pipe to be manufactured when superposed,
    A heat pipe having a larger outer shape than the heat pipe to be manufactured is press-molded in the grooves of the plurality of divided portions, and the heat generating body is characterized in that the grooves and the heat pipe are brought into close contact with each other. Temperature control device.
  8. In the temperature adjustment apparatus of the heat generating body in any one of Claims 1-7,
    The heating element is composed of a plurality of electrically connected modules,
    The heat receiving unit also serves as a jig for integrally assembling a plurality of modules.
  9. In the temperature adjustment apparatus of the heat generating body in any one of Claims 1-8,
    The heating element is accommodated in a housing having an inlet and an outlet for a cooling medium,
    In the casing, a cooling medium passage from the inlet to the outlet is formed between the casing and the heating element,
    A heat generator temperature adjusting device, wherein a heat radiating portion is disposed in the cooling medium passage.
  10. In the temperature adjustment apparatus of the heat generating body in any one of Claims 1-9,
    The heat-dissipating part is a heat sink having a plurality of fins.
  11. In the temperature adjustment apparatus of the heat generating body in any one of Claims 2-10,
    The temperature adjusting device for a heating element, wherein the first connecting portion dissipates heat on the heat receiving portion side and absorbs heat on the heat radiating portion side by passing a current through the thermoelectric element in a direction opposite to the predetermined direction.
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