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Battery systems are investigated by a variety of stakeholders with different goals and purposes. Universities, research institutes, and national labs often have research programs that aim to fundamentally understand all aspects of battery use.
Battery manufacturers have a larger focus on manufacturability, implementation, and use, and original equipment manufacturers are involved in the aspects that relate to battery cell and battery system design. In all these areas, modeling and simulation can be used to predict, design, optimize, and control battery systems.
Modeling and simulation are crucial for understanding the factors that determine a good battery cell design for a specific application, from the electrodes, electrolyte, separator, and current collectors in a battery cell to processes at the molecular, microscopic, battery module, and battery stack scales. Learn about the chemistries, physics, and design variables that need to be considered in battery design.
In this white paper, you will learn:
- Different modeling scopes in battery R&D
- Porous electrode theory
- Multiphysics modeling at the microscale, battery cell scale, battery module scale, and battery pack scale
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