Case-studies on Cell Design and Construction using the CAMS model

The Faraday Institution

This post is a compilation of three separate case-studies covering battery cell design and construction. The data and analysis for these case-studies was carried out using the Faraday Institutions CAMS model. CAMS was designed to rapidly assess the potential energy density of different cell chemistries and cell formats. The model can also be used as … Read more

Thermal Runaway Modeling and Calibration of an LFP Battery Cell

thermal runaway model

This post presents an example of the Thermal Runaway Modeling and Calibration of an LFP Battery Cell using the ARC device, the HWS test protocol and Simcenter Amesim. An abuse test is the most direct way to challenge the thermal stability limits of a Li-ion cell and characterize the thermal runaway phenomena. The Accelerating Rate Calorimeter (ARC) test … Read more

Battery Cell Modelling

The need for modelling The primary reason why one is interested in having a model of a battery is it allows us to make informed decisions, optimise or control a battery to deliver on its intended applications. For instance, we may be interested in knowing how different material choices, electrode compositions or cell packaging, will … Read more

Digital Twin of a Battery Module

Battery module construction.

Including the Impact of Bus Bar Design and Weld Quality Electrochemical Cell Model and Current Distribution Busbar Model Authors: Yaxing Ren, W. Dhammika Widanage, James MarcoWMG, University of Warwick Cell Modelling Busbar Modelling Impact / Next Steps References Biography Yaxing is a Faraday Institution Research Fellow at the University of Warwick, working on the Multi … Read more