Li-Ion Battery Simulation Tool Touts 5% Accuracy

Sendyne's li-ion battery simulation tool reportedly predicts battery cell and pack behavior with better than 5% accuracy in real time. It easily adapts to any chemistry without the need for proprietary cell data and can be used stand-alone or can be interfaced to most commercial simulation packages through FMI for co-simulation.


Sendyne's CellMod Software includes Sendyne's Pseudo-2D compact physics-based Li-Ion battery cell model coupled with Sendyne's proprietary dtSolve, a tool that executes several orders of magnitude faster than other commercially available numerical solvers. Detailed data on CellMod's performance is available from Sendyne. The tool has already been deployed by a Tier-1 battery maker, which uses it for rapid prototyping, quality control and cell design assistance. Checkout the product brief for more details or contact the company via email at [email protected]

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