New Technologies for Simulating Coupled Electrochemical-Thermal Phenomena Applied to Energy Storage Devices
Thursday, May 16, 2013

This webcast focuses on the recent developments for simulating coupled electrochemical-thermal problems.

This online event shows enhanced tools for cell, module and pack level analysis; the approach enables the user to capture more subtle physics involved in such electrochemistry problems.

Advancements through user feedback have also enhanced the work flow for such analysis, making the process more flexible and productive for the end user. These new aspects are highlighted as well as general modeling abilities.

The webcast features guest speaker Dr. Robert Spotnitz, President of Battery Design LLC, as well as a user example from some recently published work.

These additional topics are also covered:

  • Improvements in cell level modeling technology within  Battery Design Studio®
  • Refinements and improvements in STAR-CCM+ for module and pack level problems
  • Provide a user example using CD-adapco methods


Steve Hartridge
Gaëtan Damblanc
Robert Spotnitz
Kai Stühm
Speaker Company: 
Institute of Machine Tools and Production Technology