Battery packs are an integral part of the electrification and electric vehicle revolution. From a structural modeling perspective, it's critical to ensure battery integrity, durability, and reliability when subjected to different mechanical abuse conditions.
Battery crashes are essential in battery design and crash response, playing a crucial role. An electric car can catch fire after an accident because minor accidents can act as abuse events for battery packs. The battery pack contains circuits, busbars, and other electrical components which might get subjected to internal or external short conditions.
Battery abuse is an intricately complex problem and involves different physics at different scales. The coupled nature of physics requires using structural, electrochemistry, electrical and thermal solvers to get insights and analyze designs.
This webinar focuses on battery structural analysis to address critical design challenges, such as vibration, reliability, and crash safety. We'll demonstrate our solution for structural integrity assessment of Li-ion battery packs to solve static, transient, thermal stress, dynamics, explicit dynamic, and Multiphysics problems. Using Multiphysics simulation, we can simultaneously consider all critical design goals to find the best possible structural design for a battery.
- Gain an understanding of accurate, standalone physics solutions as well as integrated Multiphysics solvers to capture the coupled behavior
- Learn about simulation models available for leveraging Multiphysics solver with Ansys LS-DYNA
- See the multiscale modeling for a battery pack
- Integrate Multiphysics simulation solution into your product design process
EV Engineers, Managers, EV Startups