|Engineering Workshop: Future Trends in Battery Systems Modeling|
|This workshop will cover the many ways engineers are now engaged in the design and simulation of lithium-ion batteries.|
|Date:||December 11, 2012|
|Location:||Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa, 900 Newport Center Drive, Newport Beach, California, United States|
|Application Areas:||Automotive, Aerospace, Power Generation, Maritime, Offshore and Ship Hydrodynamics, Fuel Cells|
|Special Fields:||CAD/CFD Integration, Design, Experimental Fluid Dynamics|
|Type of Event:||Workshop, Local|
Future Trends in Battery Systems Modeling
To appreciate and judge different lithium-ion battery models, a brief but fundamental understanding of their operation is required. Our complimentary workshop on December 11th in Newport Beach, California will fully investigate this understanding, as well as provide attendees with an overview of the emerging tools available that expedite the design process through the use of lithium-ion battery simulation.
Guest SpeakersDr. Venkat Srinivasan Department Head, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab During this workshop, Dr. Srinivasan will talk about the approach taken to model battery performance and life and efforts to link fundamental material properties to performance.
Dr. Robert Spotnitz President, Battery Design LLc Dr. Spotnitz, author of Battery Design Studio, will explore the challenge of providing effective battery simulation in a demanding industrial environment and how simulation can complement design methods.
This workshop will cover the many ways engineers are now engaged in the design and simulation of lithium-ion batteries. During the final session of the day, attendees will have the chance to experience the tools firsthand, running a simple cell and/or module simulation exercise.
For details on these sessions, please visit our details page for more information on our guest speakers, agenda and how to register for this informative event!
|Event record first posted on November 12, 2012, last modified on November 18, 2012|