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Driving the future of advanced automotive batteries

The outcome of the quest to commercialize electric-drive vehicles (EDV) will greatly depend on the cost, lifetime, safety and reliability of the underlying battery technologies. And this will affect the way manufacturers conceive, design and engineering those vehicles, in order to stay in the competition race.

Today, simulation is starting to have a significant impact on bringing viable automotive batteries to market, from integrating small scale electrochemistry models to system-level modeling of aging, performance and degradation to help fully understand the complete system.

This white paper describes the computer-aided engineering for batteries (CAEBAT) development project that targeted the automotive and lithium-ion battery industries with the goal of driving down development time, and enabling large market penetration of advanced EDV power systems. We talked to Dr. Brian Sisk, director of design analysis for power solutions at JCI, to find out more about the critical role simulation and projects like CAEBAT play in the development of their battery technologies.

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The outcome of the quest to commercialize electric-drive vehicles (EDV) will greatly depend on the cost, lifetime, safety and reliability of the underlying battery technologies. And this will affect the way manufacturers conceive, design and engineering those vehicles, in order to stay in the competition race.

Today, simulation is starting to have a significant impact on bringing viable automotive batteries to market, from integrating small scale electrochemistry models to system-level modeling of aging, performance and degradation to help fully understand the complete system.

This white paper describes the computer-aided engineering for batteries (CAEBAT) development project that targeted the automotive and lithium-ion battery industries with the goal of driving down development time, and enabling large market penetration of advanced EDV power systems. We talked to Dr. Brian Sisk, director of design analysis for power solutions at JCI, to find out more about the critical role simulation and projects like CAEBAT play in the development of their battery technologies.