If you are looking to learn how to model batteries with the COMSOL Multiphysics software, this is the course for you. During the 1-day Battery Modeling course, we will introduce the theory and applications of modeling batteries in COMSOL Multiphysics. We will describe the coupling between electric potential in the electrode, electrolyte, and electrode kinetics in detail, together with the ability to combine multiple electrode reactions on one electrode. We will also investigate the effects of chemical species transport on the electrochemical reaction kinetics.
In a mix of theory and hands-on training exercises, we will show you how to account for ohmic, activation, and concentration overpotential. You will learn how simulation can predict the effects of electrode geometry, catalytic activity, material properties, and operating conditions on the performance of electrochemical cells.
- Introduction to generic electrochemistry modeling in COMSOL Multiphysics
- Multiphysics aspects:
- Charge transfer
- Mass transfer
- Heat transfer reactions in porous electrodes
- Battery modeling:
- Simulation of charge and discharge cycles
- Thermal management
The course will focus mostly on lithium-ion batteries, but other battery chemistry, such as lead-acid and nickel-metal hydrides, may also be included.
This course assumes familiarity with the fundamentals of electrochemistry. We strongly recommend that those new to COMSOL Multiphysics take the COMSOL Multiphysics Fundamentals course prior to attending this class.
Pricing & Payment Methods
The price for this 1-day course is $695.00 per person.
- We offer an academic discount to those who qualify. The academic rate for this course is $495.
We accept payment by credit card, company purchase order, check, wire, or direct deposit. For security purposes, please do not send credit card information via email. COMSOL will contact you by phone to confirm the payment information.
Mail payments or purchase orders to:
100 District Avenue
Burlington, MA 01803
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