How does the input and output interface of the Batemo Cell look like?

Just as the real cell, the Bate­mo Cell has an elec­tri­cal input (sup­plied as ter­mi­nal cur­rent or ter­mi­nal volt­age) and a ther­mal input (sup­plied as cell sur­face tem­per­a­ture or cell sur­face heat current). 

The Bate­mo Cell has var­i­ous para­me­ters that allow you to eas­i­ly set the ini­tial con­di­tions as well as para­me­ters that are relat­ed to pack design and to batch vari­a­tions and cell aging.

In gen­er­al, the Bate­mo Cell out­puts the quan­ti­ties that are rel­e­vant in the design of bat­tery sys­tems. These are quan­ti­ties that can be mea­sured in the lab­o­ra­to­ry like the ter­mi­nal cur­rent, the ter­mi­nal volt­age or the cell sur­face tem­per­a­ture but also inter­nal quan­ti­ties like the open cir­cuit volt­age, the state of charge or the inner cell tem­per­a­ture. More­over, the Bate­mo Cell out­puts phys­i­cal sig­nals of the cell inte­ri­or like the anode and cath­ode sur­face poten­tials, the inner cell loss­es or the reversibly stored energy.