To analyse different characteristics (temperature, charge/discharge voltage, internal resistance, current, etc.) of Lithium ion batteries which simulation methods are best?
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I would suggest you to refer to the generic battery model available in Simulink, which is pretty much complete. But it does not account for changes in temperature.
following link provides more detail on this:
It really depends upon the scale of the phenomena your are going to model and what you are looking for. Basically, the simulations in this field ranges from nanoscale (Ab initio and DFT simulations as well as ReaxFF MD simulation) upto Continuum level (Finite Element approaches which are able to couple thediffusion equations to mechanical equilibrium equations)
For DFT and ab initio simulations you can use VASP and SEISTA, for ReaxFF MD use LAMMPS or ADF and for Finite element, I would suggest ABAQUS.
Mr. Alireza Ostadhossein,
I am making a Electric Racing Car for the Formula Student SAE Electric Competition-UK. I am using Li-Po battery for powering two 30kW motors. I have the motor performance characteristics of motor, but want to simulate the same using Li-Po.
I have worked with lower capacity Li-Po batteries but don't have any prior experience with High Energy Li-Po cells. So would like to simulate the same before implementing practically in to the vehicle to predict the range, top speed temp rise etc
look to the papers of PROF M. SAIFUL ISLAM : http://people.bath.ac.uk/msi20/
He did a lot of things using DFT!
You can employ atomistic simulations to predict/understand properties of materials used as electrodes and electrolytes in lithium-ion batteries, even under pressure and temperature changes. I suggest the software GULP (http://projects.ivec.org/gulp/downloads.html). It is free for academics.
Please see Comsol.
I think MATLAB software is one of the comprehensive computational tools, which may solve your problem.
If you are interested in Aging phenomena of LIBs, you can check out the work of Charles Delacourt (Amiens):
it depends to what places in battery (electrolyte, electrode and so on) that you want to simulate and range of your simulation if you want to study chemistry of them I suggest DLPoly and if you want to simulate whole battery I offer you ComSol
For a good review of the modeling approach, please see: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/9783527637188.ch25/summary and http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378775313013888. If you are more specific about your requirements, I can possibly give you additional pointers - Sreekanth
Copy/paste to Google: The thermodynamic origin of hysteresis in insertion batteries
You might want to look at one of my papers here on ResearchGate. It is entitled “Estimation of the heat generation rates in electrochemical cells.” The method applies to all electrochemical cells one of which is the Lithium-ion cell. The heat generation rate analysis is easily extended to multi-cell systems. The analytical method is very simple because it approaches the problem from the First Law of Thermodynamics rather that the well documented Second Law approach. By doing that, the mechanism by which the process takes place is irrelevant in the analysis.
The following paper gives an example of how to simulate the dependence of physical properties on temperature for a material to be used in Li-ion batteries.
Article Concentration of Charge Carriers, Migration, and Stability i...
I support the suggestion on use of Comsol Mutiphysics.
Thanks everyone for your helpful replies. Best wishes for your research work.
Recently, another option has become available besides COMSOL.
It is particularly strong in handling representative size 3D geometric models.
For more detilas check out BatteryDict, a new module of the GeoDict software: