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Understanding and modeling the thermal runaway of lithium-ion batteries

Abstract : The main safety issue pertaining to operating Li-ion batteries is relating to its sensitivity to thermal runaway. This project aims to go deeper into the understanding & modeling of this complex multiphysics phenomenon at cell scale, taking into account the influences of novel highly reactive technologies and ageing(calendar and due to use) with 2 target degradation mechanisms: SEI formation/growth and Lithium Plating. In this presentation, the methodology of investigating the thermal runaway through experimental study are presented. The obtained results will be used to calibrate & validate the 3D extended Thermal runaway model in the future works of the project.
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Thi Thu Dieu Nguyen, Amandine Lecocq, Julien Bernard, Martin Petit, Guy Marlair, et al.. Understanding and modeling the thermal runaway of lithium-ion batteries. 32. International Electric Vehicle Symposium (EVS 32), May 2019, Lyon, France. ⟨ineris-03237716⟩

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