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Infomation Day Battery Simulation 2022

The hybrid Infoday Battery Simulation by Ansys and DYNAmore will take place on June 22, 2022 in Stuttgart and online.

Invitation

Ansys and DYNAmore invite you to the first hybrid information day on battery simulation. The focus will be on the current possibilities in the field of battery simulation as well as future developments.

The event will take place on June 22, 2022 in Hotel Pullman Stuttgart Fontana and online from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. The live stream of the event will start at 9:50 am.

The objective is to bring together many stakeholders from industry and research and to shed light on the topic in all its facets and to discuss it professionally.

The event is free of charge. 

We look forward to receiving numerous registrations.

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Agenda

9:30-10:00: Welcome Snack and Coffee and Get together

10:00 - 10:15: Welcome (Maik Schenke, DYNAmore GmbH)

Session 1: Product-Portfolio Overview

10:15 - 10:45: Overview on how Simulation helps in Battery development and Integration (Maik Schenke, DYNAmore GmbH, and Rolf Reinelt, Ansys Inc.)
Illustration of challenges in battery modelling and overview on suitable simulation approaches accouting for mechanical and thermo-electrical effects.

10:45 - 11:30: Modular Multiphysics Simulation of Lithium-Ion Batteries under Use and Abuse Load Cases with LS-DYNA (Nils Karajan, DYNAmore GmbH)
Thermo-mechanical-coupled battery model in LS-DYNA to simulate for charge and discharge use cases as well as short circuiting and thermal runaway.

11:30 -12:00: Thermal Abuse Simulation in a Battery (Rolf Reinelt, Ansys Inc.)
Thermal-runaway simulation and validation for single cells and multi-cell modules in Ansys Fluent.

12:00 - 13:00: Lunch break

Session 2: Thermo-Electric Effects

13:00 - 13:30: Mechanical and electrical test procedures to characterise the behaviour of lithium-ion batteries (Emanuele Michelini, TU Graz)
Overview on different tests on lithium-ion cells to calibrate and validate simulation models.

13:30 - 14:00: Multi-physical characterization and simulation of battery cells for predicting abuse scenarios (Martin Schwab, 4a Engineering)
Testing of thermal runaway of single and multi-cell compound to calibrate simulation models in LS-DYNA.

Session 3: Mechanical properties

14:00 - 14:30: Modelling of the Mechanical Behaviour of Li-Ion Pouch Cells for Different Level of Detail (Alexander Schmid, TU Graz)
Investigation of different deformation modes for pouch cells and establishement of short-circuit criteria to determine failure.

14:30 - 15:00: Car Battery Modelling and Integration for Crash (Stanislaw Rybak, EDAG, Mechanical)
Application of LS-DYNA battery models in full-vehicle crash simulation.

15:00 - 15:30: Coffee break

Session 4: Battery-System Management

15:30 - 16:00: Better Battery Management via System Simulation (Rolf Reinelt, Ansys Inc.)
Embedment of current battery-modelling approach  into holicstic-battery system simulations.

16:00 - 16:30: Discussion and Farewell (Maik Schenke, DYNAmore GmbH)

Venue

The hotel Pullman Stuttgart Fontana is conveniently located directly at the train station of Stuttgart-Vaihingen. With the S-Bahn the city center and the airport can be reached in a few minutes. The hotel is also very easy to reach from the A8 freeway. Parking is available at the hotel for a fee.

More information about the hotel.

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