TAGGED: battery-modeling, modules, msmd-battery-model, ntgk-model
June 30, 2022 at 11:58 amali.abbasSubscriber
I am modeling a battery module composed of 3 cells, at first i designed 3 cells and with the MSMD submodel NTGK i found that the 3 cells have same results which is not logical ( the cell in the middle must be more heated)
A second trial i designed solid bodies which are directly connected to the cells and i assumed that these bodies are fluid regions and as a result i see the cell in the middle is more heated (logical result).
Can anyone explain to me how ansys fluent is modeling the fluid regions (gap between the cells), i am trying to develop an analytical model for the module and always stuck with the gaps between the cells how to model them
July 25, 2022 at 3:45 pmRKAnsys Employee
For the first trail, I would suggest to re-check the simulation and the settings to make sure they are right. You can follow one of our tutorials for best practices.
July 25, 2022 at 3:47 pmRKAnsys Employee
For information on the modeling, please refer to the Ansys Fluent theory guide.
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