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2014 (Vol. 7, Issue: 1)
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Temperature Field Analysis and Thermal Dissipation Structure Optimization of Lithium-ion Battery Pack in PEVs

Hu Jianjun, Li Tao and Li Jing
Corresponding Author:  Hu Jianjun 

Key words:  CFD, electric vehicles, lithium-ion battery, temperature field, , ,
Vol. 7 , (1): 62-71
Submitted Accepted Published
January 02, 2013 March 02, 2013 January 01, 2014

Aimed to achieve good thermal stability of lithium batteries in electric vehicles under the conditions of high-power. This study established a three-dimensional, transient heat dissipation model for Lithium-ion battery package in the three-dimensional Cartesian coordinate system based on theoretical knowledge of thermodynamics and heat transfer. With the help of the numerical simulation theoretical of CFD, the flow and temperature field of force air cooling Lithium-ion battery pack was simulated with the heat source obtained from dynamic performance simulations of Pure Electric Vehicles (PEVs) under 15% climbing conditions. For the issues of high temperature rise and large temperature difference, optimal programs to improve the cooling effect of Lithium-ion battery pack were proposed. Simulation results indicate that the optimal measures make heat dissipation well and temperature distribution uniform, which satisfies the application requirement in PEVs.
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Hu Jianjun, Li Tao and Li Jing , 2014. Temperature Field Analysis and Thermal Dissipation Structure Optimization of Lithium-ion Battery Pack in PEVs.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 7(1): 62-71.
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