Modeling Efforts in the Key Areas of Thermal Management and Safety of Lithium Ion Battery Cells: A Mini Review
Effat, Mohammed B.
|Source||Asia-Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering , v. 11, (3), May 2016, p. 399-406|
|Summary||Lithium ion batteries (LIBs) are no doubt a primary power source for numerous applications around us. Therefore, it is intrinsic to be long lasting and safe during operation-two issues that are tackled by thermal management. The purpose of this article is to enable the reader to get an informative overview about thermal management and safety of LIB in a quick but efficient manner. In this regard, the article reviews the modeling efforts conducted in four key areas of the topics, namely, (1) electrochemical models, (2) electrochemical-thermal coupled models, (3) cooling of LIB, and (4) LIB abuse and thermal runaway. (C) 2016 Curtin University of Technology and John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.|
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