Lithium-ion batteries have become the most common rechargeable batteries for consumer electronics due to their high energy densities, relatively high cell voltages, and low weight-to-volume ratios.
This paper discusses the benefits of modeling and simulations in the design, selection, and operation of battery systems through a gallery of applications and simulation results. To understand these results, we also look at the described processes used in state-of-the-art models, as they take place in the electrodes, electrolyte, as well as on the model and battery pack level.
The different implications of design parameters and operating conditions are also discussed in this whitepaper with regard to experimental observations of battery performance, aging, and battery safety.
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