Virtual Testing #3 - REPLAY
Virtual Testing #3 – REPLAY
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Virtual Testing #3 – Simulation of Mechanical Battery Overloading
The increasing spread of electrically or hybrid-driven vehicles on the one hand and the desire to base type approvals on numerical simulations on the other hand make it necessary to develop meaningful simulation models of vehicle batteries. These must be able to reliably predict the reaction of a battery to a mechanical load, e.g. in a crash.
At Virtual Testing #3, we will address the question of the current level of battery modeling and what is still needed to enable virtual testing in terms of simulation-based type approval or certification.
|Thermal and Safety Behavior of Advanced Lithium-ion Batteries
Prof. Dr. Hans Jürgen Seifert - Karlsruhe Institut of Technology (KIT)
|UN-ECE R100 Revision 3 – Testing Requirements
Jürgen Böck - TÜV SÜD Battery Testing GmbH
|Challenges In Modeling Battery Behaviour
Marco Raffler - Graz University of Technology
|Mechanical Abuse Response and Failure Mechanism of Aged Li-Ion Batteries
Dr. Yong Xia - Tsinghua University
|Validation Of Battery Models
Dr. Elham Sahraei Esfahani - Temple University
|Estimation Of Thermal Reactions Due To Mechanical Loads
Dr. Christoph Breitfuß - VIRTUAL VEHICLE Research GmbH