Improving Empirical Circuit Models calibration techniques for better battery ageing analysis
Empirical circuit models are widely used for simulation of battery electrothermal behavior, as they provide reasonable accuracy and extremely fast computational time. They can provide a good representation of the cell’s behavior when parameterized by a few simple tests.
However, how simple those characterization tests may be, using those tests for the empirical models' calibration has always been a time consuming and complex job for the engineer.
During this live webinar, our presenters, Robert Spotnitz from Battery Design and Kaushik Illa from Siemens, will demonstrate how a battery empirical cell model can be efficiently calibrated and then used all along a simulation-based development to capture degradation mechanisms, and their impact on capacity fade and impedance growth.
You will learn:
- What improvements in ECM calibration techniques can remove pre-processing effort
- How empirical ageing models can affect the capacity fade and impedance growth
- How Siemens brings continuity of cell equivalent models between all Simcenter solutions


11:00 - 12:00 hs GMT+1


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