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Thermal runaway propagation is a key safety challenge when designing a battery system, but studying thermal runaway events at the pack-level has historically heavily relied on expensive pack-level experimental tests using prototype batteries or 3D CAE analyses. Because the cost of a single test in either scenario is very high, both options allow for only a handful of scenarios to realistically be studied. Empirically driven heat predictions do not account for the history of cells leading to their thermal runaway events. In this 60-minute Webinar, attendees will learn how to build a predictive model for thermal runaway propagation using the new capabilities of advanced simulation tools.

Topics include:
🔋 Electrochemical modeling of battery cells
🔋 Thermal runaway reactions in individual cells
🔋 3D finite element thermal simulation
🔋 Integrated modeling for runaway propagation