Join us for a full day of battery modeling news and discussion. You will hear from experienced leaders in battery industry and research and learn about how they use modeling. You will also gain insight into upcoming projects and focuses within battery research as well as industry needs.
COMSOL will present on battery modeling with COMSOL Multiphysics®, deploying battery modeling applications using COMSOL Server™ and COMSOL Compiler™, as well as new developments. There will also be demo and support stations where you can discuss your modeling needs with COMSOL and Intertek Semko.
COMSOL Day: Batteries is free of charge.
Addressing Battery Challenges with Mathematical Modeling
The biggest challenges for battery design are to optimize energy density, power density, charging time, life, cost, safety, and sustainability. Modeling and simulation are very efficient methods that can assist researchers, developers, and designers in meeting these challenges. In the development of a cell design, the optimization of fundamental components of the cell (such as the electrodes, electrolyte, and separator), and the understanding of how their properties affect the performance and safety, can be accelerated using modeling and simulations. In the development of a battery design, the systems for thermal management, current collection, and state-of-health monitoring can also be developed with high-fidelity multiphysics simulations. During this talk, challenges for cell and battery design will be discussed and examples will be given of how they can be addressed with mathematical modeling.
Battery Modeling in COMSOL Multiphysics®
Why We Started Working with FEM/COMSOL for Battery Modeling, and What It Is Giving Us
Battery Simulation in Vehicle Development
Digitalization and Battery Design
Industry and government organizations will showcase how they are using multiphysics simulation to improve products and solve problems.