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Battery simulations made easy with MATLAB, Simulink and TWAICE

Battery simulation models help companies working with battery powered products to select the best cell for their application to ensure they are long-lasting and reliable.

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TWAICE webinar: Battery simulations made easy with MATLAB, Simulink and TWAICE Sep 29, 2022 attend event here:

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About this Webinar:

Battery engineers around the globe are currently under enormous pressure. Companies are shifting their strategies towards electrification at an unprecedented speed. However, batteries are a very complex electro-chemical system that degrades over time and, to top it all, their aging patterns vary significantly between different cell manufacturers or applications.

MATLAB, Simulink and TWAICE make it super easy for battery engineers to perform simulations of a battery’s aging behavior in various applications.

In this webinar, the following questions are answered:

  • How do MATLAB and Simulink support battery simulations and common workflows?
  • How does TWAICE use MATLAB and Simulink for battery simulations?
  • What is the TWAICE battery simulation model used for?

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