Battery Crash Simulations in Ansys LS-DYNA
Battery packs are an integral part of the electrification and electric vehicle revolution. Battery crash is an important event with respect to battery design and crash response. An electric car can catch fire because minor accidents can act as abuse events for battery packs.
Battery abuse is an intricately complex problem and involves different physics at different scales. The coupled nature of the physics requires using structural, electrochemistry, electrical, and thermal solvers to get insights and analyze designs.
Join us for this webinar to understand battery behavior under normal operating conditions and abuse conditions to optimize battery designs with Ansys LS-DYNA.
Speaker: Ravi Ranjan, Technical Support Engineer II, Ansys
What Attendees Will Learn
- 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 a multiphysics solver with Ansys LS-DYNA.
- How integrating a multiphysics simulation solution into your product design process can accelerate the virtual verification of design, shorten design cycles, and optimize battery packs for new vehicles.
We will also discuss the recent development in LS-DYNA for battery modeling capability.