on-demand webinar

A multiphysics approach to battery thermal management and runaway analysis

Overcome the trade-off between safety and long-range electric vehicles

Estimated Watching Time: 43 minutes


Siemens Vehicle Electrification solution - Thermal Runaway Battery Simulation

Electric vehicle batteries' thermal issues could affect safety, reliability, lifetime, and performance. But what if you can ensure the battery operates in safe temperature ranges while maximizing its performance, minimizing its degradation, and avoiding hazardous conditions?

Siemens Vehicle Electrification solution offers an integrated battery design and thermal management workflow with multi-level modeling and multiphysics simulations.

In this on-demand webinar, you will learn how to evaluate the electrical and thermal simulation of battery packs.

Key topics and takeaways:

  • Deploy an integrated workflow for battery design and thermal analysis, including thermal runaway propagation at the pack level.
  • Make use of neural networks to accelerate transient cycle analysis.
  • Gain valuable insights into battery performance and thermal behaviors through the interoperability capabilities of Simcenter STAR-CCM+ and Simcenter Amesim.

Meet the speakers

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Sana Loussaief

Business Developer – Simcenter System Simulation

Sana Loussaief has acquired over the past ten years an engineering experience in multiphysics simulation 0D/1D/3D and machine learning. She started her career as a simulation engineer but soon moved into the role of technical account manager. She joined Siemens in 2018 as Product Manager for Simcenter system simulation after-treatment and combustion solutions development. Today, she is a business developer for Simcenter system simulation supporting vehicle electrification applications.

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Nils Ziegler

Global Battery Application Specialist

Nils Ziegler is a battery specialist with a focus on 3D multiphysics simulations. With 7 years of experience developing and simulating battery systems in the automotive and aerospace industries, Nils joined Siemens in March 2022 as Global Battery Application Specialist in the Fluid and Thermal solution domain for the software Simcenter STAR-CCM+.

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