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Blog Posts Tagged Battery Design Module

Digital Twins and Model-Based Battery Design

February 20, 2019

By combining high-fidelity multiphysics models with lightweight models and measured data, engineers can create digital twins to understand, predict, optimize, and control real-world systems.

How to Model Ion-Exchange Membranes and Donnan Potentials

August 29, 2018

Get an introduction to the theory behind the Nernst-Planck-Poisson equations, Donnan potentials, and how to model ion-exchange membranes in batteries and fuel cells.

Fueling Up for Autonomous Driving with Optimized Battery Designs

June 14, 2018

What good are fully autonomous vehicles if they run on fuel? To develop hybrid and electric autonomous vehicles, we need to design efficient and optimized battery management systems.

Analyzing the Current Distribution in a Lead-Acid Battery Design

May 24, 2018

The lead-acid battery in your car is not much different from the original one developed by Gaston Planté in 1859. 1 change is that you can now analyze the current distribution using simulation.

Advancing Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries with Modeling

December 21, 2017

The chemical energy in vanadium redox flow batteries is contained in liquid electrolytes and stored in external tanks. They can be used to improve grid energy storage and renewable energy.

Modeling Electrochemical Processes in a Solid-State Lithium-Ion Battery

December 7, 2016

Lithium-ion batteries are found in everything from consumer electronics to aerospace technology. We discuss certain design challenges that have emerged over the years.

How to Model Short Circuits in Lithium-Ion Batteries

October 25, 2016

When the chemical energy stored in a lithium-ion battery is lost as heat, rather than being used to power a device, it is known as a short circuit. Learn how to model this phenomenon.

How to Model Electrochemical Resistance and Capacitance

August 24, 2016

Get an overview of the theory and modeling considerations for resistive and capacitive effects, which are fundamental to the understanding of electrochemical systems.