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Old   May 12, 2018, 08:05
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Originally Posted by adarsh3krdas View Post

You can get the mesh files from this site.
When you created the mesh files, were you able to define the conductive zones in the battery module?
Thanks! I'll check the website now. And yes, I was able to define the conductive zones in the battery module. To do so you need to specify all the parts (tabs and cell) of your geometry as "Solid" (you need to modify the standard which is something like "geometry defined"). Hope this helps.
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Originally Posted by adarsh3krdas View Post
1. I did everything according to the Ansys documentation and my results are similar to the one given in the documentation but the results shown in the literature are vastly different. Ansys documentation shows the maximum temperature region at the centre of the battery whereas in literature it says that the maximum temperature region is at the tabs of the battery.
2. Also when I tried to create the mesh file and load it into the Fluent module, no conductive regions are being shown in the battery module. How can I incorporate the conductive region? Would it be done during Geometry creation, Meshing or in Fluent itself? And How can it be done?


The tutorial model in ansys, if u run it standalone, then u ll be getting high temperature in the cell/active material.

However, if u try to increase the discharge rate of current and try it, it should provide high temperature in tab components. ANd also the parameters used in the Defauls are for that specific model. If you change the geometry, then even the temperature development would also differ. Try to run an charge case with high current in the range of 2-3C's, then you may get it easily.

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Can anyone share the model with me? Thank you.
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