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By Helmut Martin, Andrea Leitner, Bernhard Winkler (auth.), Alexander Thaler, Daniel Watzenig (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3319025228

ISBN-13: 9783319025223

ISBN-10: 3319025236

ISBN-13: 9783319025230

The use of electrochemical strength garage structures in car purposes additionally consists of new requisites for modeling those platforms, specifically when it comes to version intensity and version caliber. at the moment, in general easy application-oriented versions are used to explain the actual habit of batteries. This booklet presents a step past of cutting-edge modeling exhibiting quite a few diversified methods masking following points: approach safeguard, misuse habit (crash, thermal runaway), battery kingdom estimation and electrochemical modeling with the wanted research (pre/post mortem). All this diverse methods are built to help the final integration method from a multidisciplinary point-of-view and depict their additional improvements to this process.

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G. spot welds, rivets or screws) can be modelled by link elements with corresponding elasticity parameters [7, 11]. Battery module: As in the battery pack, the deformation of the casing, conductors, isolators and joints can be modelled with standard FE methods. The main difference is a possible pre-loading of the modules, which is done in order to apply a constant pressure on the battery cells. This is necessary in order to ensure a high electrochemical lifetime of the active cell material. The pre-loading can influence the module’s stiffness significantly.

Spot welds, rivets or screws) can be modelled by link elements with corresponding elasticity parameters [7, 11]. Battery module: As in the battery pack, the deformation of the casing, conductors, isolators and joints can be modelled with standard FE methods. The main difference is a possible pre-loading of the modules, which is done in order to apply a constant pressure on the battery cells. This is necessary in order to ensure a high electrochemical lifetime of the active cell material. The pre-loading can influence the module’s stiffness significantly.

In contrast to the casing materials and joints, the jelly roll itself is a new material in the crash simulation. g. g. aluminium or copper foils) are compressed and contribute to the cell stiffness. There are two different approaches to this problem. The bottom-up approach is based on the idea of modelling the individual layers with their appropriate material 2 Battery Modelling for Crash Safety Simulation 29 Fig. 10 Photo of a cylindrical jelly roll with a steel tube in the centre and a diameter of 26 mm (left), an X-ray tomography image of the cross section (middle) and the associated detailed finite element model (right)—X-ray tomography by the Austrian Foundry Research Institute (ÖGI), Leoben, Austria behaviour [14].

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