Base vs Side Cooling Cylindrical Cells

cylindrical cell base versus end cooling

Base vs side cooling of cylindrical cells is often brought up in online discussions and in many OEMs designing battery packs. We looked at this before within Thermal Conduction in a Cell, however, I think it is worth expanding this topic. The Tesla design cools the side of the cell and the Lucid Motors cools … Read more

Benefits of Aluminium Cell Housings for Cylindrical Lithium-ion Batteries

A 4680 cell concept The battery industry is targeting larger cell formats, which enable simplified module design and cell-to-pack or even cell-to-chassis solutions. In this regard, hard case battery cells and in particular cylindrical cells will play an important role in enabling the named developments. Tesla‚Äôs announcement of a tabless 4680 cylindrical LIB has triggered … Read more

Cylindrical Cell Electrode Estimation

Cylindrical Cell Electrode Estimation: An alternative geometric approach. Here we present a simple method for estimating electrode length in a cylindrical cell. The method is equally applicable to other formats since we make an estimation of the total active electrode area. Results require knowledge of one electrode Active Material (AM) chemistry, electrode porosity and thickness … Read more

Cylindrical Cell Comparison 4680 vs 21700 vs 18650

In this Article, we will compare different Cylindrical Cell Sizes used in electric Vehicles. 4680 vs 21700 vs 18650.

2022 Tesla Model Y 4680

Tesla 4680 battery cooling

Caution: This is a very difficult pack to reconcile the numbers around at the moment and so we are continually updating our calculations and estimates. We will get there, but it might take some time. Specifications: Assuming the 4680 cell from the Munro teardown is correct at 23.35Ah then we have the following parameters: Assuming … Read more