Lithium-ion capacitors (LiC) are considered as one of the major options for high power applications due to their high power capability. However, thermal runaway associated with the LiC systems in automotive applications due to high-current solicitation can significantly result in a considerable reduction in the vehicles’ performance and life cycle. The purpose of a thermal management system (TMS) is to maintain the energy storage system at an optimum target temperature following by performance and life cycle tradeoff. This paper aims at proposing a passive TMS using phase change materials (PCM). In this regard, the passive TMS is designed, and the performance of the system is analyzed and validated, utilizing Simcenter AMEsim® and the computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software, COMSOL Multiphysics®.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication33 Electric Vehicle Symposium and Exposition
PublisherThe Electric Drive Transportation Association (EDTA)
Number of pages12
Publication statusPublished - 14 Jun 2020
EventEVS33 International Electric Vehicle Symposium - Oregon, Portland, United States
Duration: 14 Jun 202017 Jun 2020

Conference

ConferenceEVS33 International Electric Vehicle Symposium
CountryUnited States
CityPortland
Period14/06/2017/06/20

    Research areas

  • thermal management system (TMS), phase change material (PCM)computational fluid dynamics (CFD), Lithium-ion capacitor (LiC), thermal circuit, computational fluid dynamics (CFD)

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