Battery cooling academic paper

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Battery cooling academic paper

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Re: Battery cooling academic paper

Post by Richo » Tue, 13 Aug 2019, 12:53

Aggressive cycling of cylindrical cells in Hybrids.
Then using heat pipes to cool them.

First world problems...

Jaguar land rover supplied the cells.
Collaborated with Thermacore https://www.boydcorp.com/thermal/two-phase-cooling.html

It looks like they were pretty thorough.
But I question why they were doing it in the first place.

And which battery manufacturer would take up putting the heat pipe in the battery core.
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Re: Battery cooling academic paper

Post by Dan007a » Sun, 18 Aug 2019, 19:57

Bit more practical design in this paper
https://link.springer.com/article/10.10 ... 018-0284-6

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Re: Battery cooling academic paper

Post by Richo » Mon, 19 Aug 2019, 13:10

In most cases this isn't an issue.
Only for hybrids pushing tiny battery packs to their limits.

Heat pipes and PCM all sound quite expensive.
I'd want to see a comparison over traditional cooling spreader plates or thin water cooled plates.

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