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Bat­tery Mod­el­ing and Sim­u­la­tion Solu­tions for Bat­tery Sys­tem Development

Batemo is everywhere .︎.︎.︎

Batemo‘s mod­el­ing and sim­u­la­tion solu­tions solve major chal­lenges of bat­ter­ies.  That is why Bate­mo Cells are used in dif­fer­ent indus­tries and var­i­ous appli­ca­tions: From sin­gle cells in con­sumer elec­tron­ics to small packs in pow­er tools to large bat­ter­ies in auto­mo­tive, rail or avi­a­tion. Click the box­es to learn more!

Power Tools 

5 cell types from first and sec­ond source sup­pli­ers, 4 bat­tery packs, 3 charg­ers and 25 tools makes 3000 pos­si­ble com­bi­na­tions. Cope with this lev­el of com­plex­i­ty using Bate­mo Cell simulations. 

Automotive 

Fast-charg­ing is a key to make elec­tric vehi­cles suc­cess­ful. With Bate­mo Cell sim­u­la­tions you devel­op fast-charg­ing meth­ods that charge as fast as phys­i­cal­ly pos­si­ble with­out aging the cell. 

Cell Production 

Design­ing the cell prop­er­ly for a cer­tain appli­ca­tion is chal­leng­ing. Work with Bate­mo to opti­mize the cell design and improve the bat­tery per­for­mance of a spe­cif­ic application. 

Motorsports 

Win­ning races in elec­tric motor­sport comes down to hav­ing the right strat­e­gy. Use Bate­mo Cell sim­u­la­tions to cal­cu­late var­i­ous sce­nar­ios iden­ti­fy­ing the opti­mum to make you the fastest on the track. 

Aviation 

When bat­tery sys­tems get up in the air, being light-weight is every­thing. Based on Bate­mo Cell sim­u­la­tions you get the most out of your pack and reach high­est per­for­mance at low weight. 

Industry 

Bat­tery sys­tems in indus­tri­al appli­ca­tion oper­ate under harsh envi­ron­men­tal con­di­tions. With Bate­mo Cell sim­u­la­tions you devel­op the ther­mal sys­tem and pro­gram oper­a­tional strate­gies that ful­fill the needs. 

Consumer 

In con­sumer elec­tron­ics the com­pe­ti­tion is tough, and cus­tomers want the most for their mon­ey. Using Bate­mo Cell sim­u­la­tions you iden­ti­fy how to opti­mize cost becom­ing the most suc­cess­ful on the market. 

Rail 

Trains oper­ate for decades. With Bate­mo Cell sim­u­la­tions you under­stand cell aging and take mea­sures to oper­ate your sys­tems longer. 

.︎.︎.︎ and backs you up.

With Bate­mo you devel­op bat­tery sys­tems that dom­i­nate the mar­ket: Study your design ideas, iden­ti­fy the best cell for you, devel­op the pack in detail and go all the way to the val­i­dat­ed pro­to­type. We back you up through­out your bat­tery sys­tem development.

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    Study Designs

    Exten­sive design stud­ies can be easy and fast. See how our solu­tions can help you out! 
    Bate­mo Pack
    Design­er

    Go from cell to mod­ule and pack per­for­mance with­in minutes. 
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    Gener­ic

    The Bate­mo Cell that can describe all cells on the market. 
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    Find Cells

    How do you iden­ti­fy the right cell for you? Let us help you out! 
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    Explor­er

    Find the right cell for your appli­ca­tion – free of charge! 
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    Data

    Exten­sive mea­sure­ment data. 
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    Report

    All details about a cell. 
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    Develop Packs

    Let’s get into the details: For sys­tem and func­tion devel­op­ment you need phys­i­cal, para­me­ter­ized and val­i­dat­ed mod­els of your cells — BATEMO CELLS.
    Bate­mo Cell
    Library

    A library of the most accu­rate bat­tery mod­els of com­mon cells. 
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    Cus­tom

    The Bate­mo Cell specif­i­cal­ly for you. 

What our Customers Think:

Our Newest Batemo Cells

Sam­sung

INR21700-50S

The Sam­sung INR21700-50S is a high per­for­mance cell with both high pow­er and high ener­gy density.

Capac­i­ty
[def­i­n­i­tion]
The nom­i­nal capac­i­ty orig­i­nates from the man­u­fac­tur­er’s data sheet, if avail­able. When the data sheet is unavail­able, the nom­i­nal capac­i­ty is esti­mat­ed. Bate­mo mea­sured the C/10 capac­i­ty by dis­charg­ing the cell at an ambi­ent tem­per­a­ture of 25°C from 100% with a con­stant cur­rent of 0.50A (0.1C) until reach­ing the volt­age of 2.0V. The ther­mal bound­ary con­di­tion is free convection. 
nom­i­nal 5.00 Ah
C/10 4.97 Ah
Pow­er
[def­i­n­i­tion]
All quan­ti­ties are mea­sure­ment results of the Bate­mo bat­tery lab­o­ra­to­ry. The mean con­tin­u­ous pow­er is the high­est pow­er that com­plete­ly dis­charges the cell with­out over-heat­ing it. There­fore, the cell is dis­charged from 100% state of charge at an ambi­ent tem­per­a­ture of 25°C with a con­stant cur­rent until reach­ing a resid­ual state of charge of 10% and either the volt­age of 2.0V or 90% of the max­i­mum sur­face tem­per­a­ture of 72°C. The peak pow­er is the pow­er the cell can deliv­er for 5 min­utes. Con­se­quent­ly, the cell is dis­charged from 100% SOC at an ambi­ent tem­per­a­ture of 25°C with a con­stant cur­rent until reach­ing either the volt­age of 2.0V or the sur­face tem­per­a­ture of 80°C after 5 min­utes. The ther­mal bound­ary con­di­tion is free con­vec­tion. These oper­a­tional con­di­tions might be out­side the spec­i­fi­ca­tion of the cell manufacturer. 
con­tin­u­ous 52 W
peak 122 W
Ener­gy Density
[def­i­n­i­tion]
The ener­gy den­si­ties result from the C/10 ener­gy, the cell weight and the cell volume. 
gravi­met­ric 256 Wh/kg
vol­u­met­ric 732 Wh/l
Pow­er Density
[def­i­n­i­tion]
The pow­er den­si­ties result from the peak pow­er, the cell weight and the cell volume. 
gravi­met­ric 1.73 kW/kg
vol­u­met­ric 4.94 kW/l
LG Chem

E66A

The LG Chem E66A is used in the bat­tery pack of the Porsche Taycan.
Capac­i­ty
[def­i­n­i­tion]
The nom­i­nal capac­i­ty orig­i­nates from the man­u­fac­tur­er’s data sheet, if avail­able. When the data sheet is unavail­able, the nom­i­nal capac­i­ty is esti­mat­ed. Bate­mo mea­sured the C/10 capac­i­ty by dis­charg­ing the cell at an ambi­ent tem­per­a­ture of 25°C from 100% with a con­stant cur­rent of 6.50A (0.1C) until reach­ing the volt­age of 2.5V. The ther­mal bound­ary con­di­tion is free convection. 
nom­i­nal 65.0 Ah
C/10 63.5 Ah
Pow­er
[def­i­n­i­tion]
All quan­ti­ties are mea­sure­ment results of the Bate­mo bat­tery lab­o­ra­to­ry. The mean con­tin­u­ous pow­er is the high­est pow­er that com­plete­ly dis­charges the cell with­out over-heat­ing it. There­fore, the cell is dis­charged from 100% state of charge at an ambi­ent tem­per­a­ture of 25°C with a con­stant cur­rent until reach­ing a resid­ual state of charge of 10% and either the volt­age of 2.5V or 90% of the max­i­mum sur­face tem­per­a­ture of 54°C. The peak pow­er is the pow­er the cell can deliv­er for 5 min­utes. Con­se­quent­ly, the cell is dis­charged from 100% SOC at an ambi­ent tem­per­a­ture of 25°C with a con­stant cur­rent until reach­ing either the volt­age of 2.5V or the sur­face tem­per­a­ture of 60°C after 5 min­utes. The ther­mal bound­ary con­di­tion is free con­vec­tion. These oper­a­tional con­di­tions might be out­side the spec­i­fi­ca­tion of the cell manufacturer. 
con­tin­u­ous 0.51 kW
peak 1.01 kW
Ener­gy Density
[def­i­n­i­tion]
The ener­gy den­si­ties result from the C/10 ener­gy, the cell weight and the cell volume. 
gravi­met­ric 259 Wh/kg
vol­u­met­ric 648 Wh/l
Pow­er Density
[def­i­n­i­tion]
The pow­er den­si­ties result from the peak pow­er, the cell weight and the cell volume. 
gravi­met­ric 1.12 kW/kg
vol­u­met­ric 2.81 kW/l
Sam­sung

CSR1200R

The Sam­sung CSR1200R is used in the bat­tery pack of the BMW i3.
Capac­i­ty
[def­i­n­i­tion]
The nom­i­nal capac­i­ty orig­i­nates from the man­u­fac­tur­er’s data sheet, if avail­able. When the data sheet is unavail­able, the nom­i­nal capac­i­ty is esti­mat­ed. Bate­mo mea­sured the C/10 capac­i­ty by dis­charg­ing the cell at an ambi­ent tem­per­a­ture of 25°C from 100% with a con­stant cur­rent of 12.00A (0.1C) until reach­ing the volt­age of 2.5V. The ther­mal bound­ary con­di­tion is free convection. 
nom­i­nal 120.0 Ah
C/10 123.9 Ah
Pow­er
[def­i­n­i­tion]
All quan­ti­ties are mea­sure­ment results of the Bate­mo bat­tery lab­o­ra­to­ry. The mean con­tin­u­ous pow­er is the high­est pow­er that com­plete­ly dis­charges the cell with­out over-heat­ing it. There­fore, the cell is dis­charged from 100% state of charge at an ambi­ent tem­per­a­ture of 25°C with a con­stant cur­rent until reach­ing a resid­ual state of charge of 10% and either the volt­age of 2.5V or 90% of the max­i­mum sur­face tem­per­a­ture of 54°C. The peak pow­er is the pow­er the cell can deliv­er for 5 min­utes. Con­se­quent­ly, the cell is dis­charged from 100% SOC at an ambi­ent tem­per­a­ture of 25°C with a con­stant cur­rent until reach­ing either the volt­age of 2.5V or the sur­face tem­per­a­ture of 60°C after 5 min­utes. The ther­mal bound­ary con­di­tion is free con­vec­tion. These oper­a­tional con­di­tions might be out­side the spec­i­fi­ca­tion of the cell manufacturer. 
con­tin­u­ous 1.35 kW
peak 2.30 kW
Ener­gy Density
[def­i­n­i­tion]
The ener­gy den­si­ties result from the C/10 ener­gy, the cell weight and the cell volume. 
gravi­met­ric 205 Wh/kg
vol­u­met­ric 461 Wh/l
Pow­er Density
[def­i­n­i­tion]
The pow­er den­si­ties result from the peak pow­er, the cell weight and the cell volume. 
gravi­met­ric 1.03 kW/kg
vol­u­met­ric 2.32 kW/l