Electric car Q-Bat use case

version 1.0.1 (44 MB) by QuickerSim
This repository shows how to model heat transfer in an electric car’s battery pack 96S1P in Q-Bat from QuickerSim.

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Updated 21 Jul 2022

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Heat transfer in an electric car’s battery pack modeled in Q-Bat

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Run battery_pack_96S1P.m and electric_car_livescript.mlx to get started

  • Please visit the Q-Bat and QuickerSim page to learn more about modeling heat transfer in 3-D systems.

This repository shows how to model heat transfer in an electric car’s battery pack in Q-Bat from QuickerSim. The model consists 96 lithium prismatic cells (96s1p), terminals, connectors, holders, casing and cooling plates and is connected to a reduced-order model (ROM) to model heat transfer in 3D geometry. Two cooling plates are used to maintain the optimum temperature range in the battery packs.

In this example, it is shown how to check for a mesh independent solution. Three meshes with the different numbers of elements are prepared and used in simulation to compare the results.

Simulation Model

Simulation Results

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QuickerSim (2022). Electric car Q-Bat use case (https://github.com/QuickerSim/Electric-car-Q-Bat-use-case/releases/tag/1.0.1), GitHub. Retrieved .

MATLAB Release Compatibility
Created with R2021a
Compatible with R2018b and later releases
Platform Compatibility
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