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Technology Update On Battery Modeling Tools
Posted Thu September 27, 2012 @09:00AM
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Announcements CD-adapco and Battery Design LLC will host a Technology Update On Battery Modeling Tools on October 11, 2012.

CD-adapco and Battery Design LLC first released their innovative flow, thermal and electrochemistry simulation tools 2 years ago, there has been significant product development driven by customer feedback and a desire to continue to lead this emerging field. This complimentary online event will examine the benefits of these updates.

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Specialist will highlight the latest features within CD-adapco’s tool set and provide examples of their use, equipping the viewer with an understanding of the coverage of this comprehensive battery modeling solution.

Guest speaker Bob Spotnitz, President of Battery Design LLC, will focus attention on some of the enhancements to the cell level models which enable electrochemistry simulation to capture contemporary industrial cell designs.

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