Battery systems need to be investigated by a variety of stakeholders with different goals, including universities, research institutes, and national labs; battery manufacturers; and original equipment manufacturers. In all of these areas, modeling and simulation offers an efficient and low-cost approach to predict, design, optimize, and control battery systems.
In this white paper, read about how physics-based models can be used to make predictions, run virtual experiments, and even foster new ideas in battery system design. The white paper includes comprehensive explanations of the different modeling scopes in battery R&D; porous electrode theory; and multiphysics modeling at the microscale, battery cell scale, battery module scale, and battery pack scale.
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