EV Battery Pack Thermo-mechanical Design: Gap Fillers Simulation with SimScale
See how to perform a thermal optimization study sweeping through different gap filler materials with the goal of evaluating their impact on the overall thermal performance of a battery pack.
The study explores how to increase battery performance while reducing thermal strains and peak stresses by using the thermo-mechanical analysis capabilities of SimScale.
SimScale’s specialists show how to set up and run a complete simulation step-by-step, including how to:
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