May 22 – 25, 2023
Europe/London timezone

Advancing modeling and simulation of batteries at different scales

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Oral Presentation (MS22) Manufactured Porous Materials for Industrial Applications MS22


Oleg Iliev


The goal of this presentation is to highlight some of the recent developments of the Dept. Of Flows and Material Simulation from the Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics in the area of modeling and simulation of batteries. The Department has a long history of academic research and industrial projects on modeling, simulation and development of customized soft-ware of processes in batteries at different scales and complexity. Modern energy storage plays a key role in the course of rapid developement in renewable energy. Especially in the field of electromobility high demands like capacity, efficiency, endurance and security are made on the storage device, which are currently mostly Lithium-Ion-Batteries. The development of new materials for such improved energy storages is time- and money-consuming though. Hereby computer simulations can not only help to judge the performance of potential new battery cells, but to better understand the microscopical reasons. The latter leads to a more purposive and thus more efficient approach in the development of batteries. In this way, in particular, the for-mation of solid electrolyte interphase layer can be better understand, as well as the coupled electro-chemo-mechanical simulation processes.

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Country Germany
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Primary authors

Oleg Iliev Dr Konrad Steiner (Fraunhofer ITWM) Dr Jochen Zausch (Fraunhofer ITWM)

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