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Old   February 3, 2017, 12:36
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I am currently doing a project in the field of electric vehicle design.It requires me to model a lithium ion battery stack.For this I have gone through numerous tutorials including the one on Battery module from ANSYS documentation but I have not got any clear idea on how to go about naming the zones before setting up the solution.No matter how I name them during Meshing using named selections,they don't appear for selection in the Conduction zones tab of the MSMD Battery model dialog box.
So,I request you to kindly guide me through this problem.It would be very helpful for me to do the project fast.I have no other source of help.
Thanking You

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