We can help you meet requirements, manage temperatures, and ensure success.
Due to significant shifts in the automotive and electronics markets, consumers require more out of their battery technology. They expect long-range electric vehicles, wearable devices that don't get hot to the touch, fast charging, long-lasting cell phone batteries, and more. Additionally, these devices operate in a vast array of packaging schemes and thermal conditions.
Answer Essential Design Questions
Batteries are like Goldilocks. They don't function well unless they can operate under consistent, temperate conditions. By accurately simulating the thermal conditions your battery will undergo, you can answer essential design questions early on. A thermal simulation of your battery will allow you to analyze the performance, lifetime, and safety of your design.
Develop a Thermal Management Strategy
Our team of engineers is experienced in modeling the complex nature of batteries and the conditions they undergo. We can help you model an electric vehicle battery to determine warranty predictions, or if your cell phone design will mitigate the chance for thermal runaway. Let us assist you in developing a thermal management strategy.
Fast, Transient Simulation
We utilize our fast, transient solver, TAIThermTM in conjunction with the Battery Extension to deliver comprehensive results to help you make design decisions. The Battery Extension includes the NTG and NREL models for flexible analysis of your battery design. We can also run thermal runaway and lifetime scenarios to determine the implications of packaging and cooling strategies.
Lifetime simulation works with any of the NTG or NREL models. We can model changes in capacity and resistance over time to generate life-operating statistics. These statistics are then used as inputs in our predictive model. These simulations are often used to predict the impact of thermal management on the lifetime of the battery pack.
Thermal Runaway Analysis
Thermal Runaway Analysis can also be used in conjunction with any of the NTG or NREL models. We can perform an analysis to evaluate the risk of thermal runaway and plausible failure scenarios, allowing our team to offer design changes to mitigate failure.
Each modeling process serves a purpose. We utilize the one that provides the best answers to your thermal questions.
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Take Charge with Thermal Simulation
The Battery Extension is designed to analyze the complexities of your batteries at a cell and pack level. As a licensed component of TAITherm, it uses thermal simulation to determine the lifetime, durability, and safety of your battery system. You can verify design choices, and mitigate complications due to safety issues including thermal runaway and aging.
Manage Complex Thermal Challenges
Our team utilizes advanced simulation tools to provide you with fast and accurate data and simulations for transient or steady-state cases for real-world scenarios. We use TAITherm with the Exhaust Extension to quickly create an underbody/exhaust or underhood model that considers the unique physics that the components undergo in cases including hill climbs, trailer towing, hot soaks, or driving cycles. Our method utilizes all modes of heat transfer, so you never miss a thermal interaction.
Optimize Your Design with Simulation
Identify optimal materials for your design without sacrificing time, budget, or resources. The materials you use are essential variables in a successful thermal management strategy. You should use a robust simulation strategy to ensure your chosen materials make the grade.
Simulation allows you to model the performance of any material or textile under any condition. You can also analyze many variants of your material without having to create multiple prototypes. Your optimization can be done virtually and verified in testing. This process enables faster production while saving you time and resources.
TAITherm offers a robust simulation method that can produce fast, transient simulations, include human thermal comfort analysis, and account for moisture transport and its effects on your thermal analysis.