Electric vehicles are becoming more cost-effective as Lithium-ion battery technology progresses. These batteries have increased ranges, faster charge times, lower costs, and extended life. It's essential to understand the phenomena inside a battery to enhance its performance. This 3-part webinar series includes the fundamentals and cell-level modeling. Next, we'll explore module-level modeling, thermal management, and the safety aspect of the battery modules/pack. The last webinar covers the structural reliability of the batteries. Modeling and simulation have become essential to save time and costs associated with battery experimentation during R&D, modeling, and simulation.
Sign up for this series to learn about Ansys solutions for battery modeling and simulation, including:
- The CFD-based multiscale, multidimensional module in Ansys Fluent quantifies the 3-D thermal and electrical performance of batteries and thermal abuse scenarios, including projectile impact on a battery pack
- Ansys ACT extensions and tool kits involving linear and time-invariance (LTI) and singular value decomposition (SVD) ROM for constructing thermal reduced-order models (ROMs), providing both average and field-level temperature data at a module level
- Ansys Twin builder integration of electrical circuit models with thermal ROMs within to provide a systems-level understanding of battery thermal and electrical performance under various load-level scenarios