Battery simulation module

  • 24-Mar-2011 04:09 EDT
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CD Adapco Group's STAR-CCM+ V6 battery simulation module allows the simulation of flow, thermal, and electrochemistry occurrences for Li-ion battery cells and packs, providing the multiphysics capability required to simulate battery and cooling system behavior in a single environment. The module includes user-defined discretization controls for the thermal and electrochemical network within a cell as well as automated problem definition to create battery packs from defined cells. A hierarchy of battery performance models allows the user to select the appropriate representation based on required simulation output, available battery information, and computations. The latest version of STAR-CCM+ V6 is designed for expanded simulation technologies and applications and to increase productivity by improving existing simulation processes, according to the company.

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