Providing science-based estimates of battery performance and lifetime for vehicle and grid energy storage, capturing the impact of conditions unique to each application
PsiMantis is powered by a powerful simulation engine that was developed over the last ten years at the Idaho National Laboratory (part of the US Department of Energy). It is a computational tool with a robust foundation of physics, electrochemistry, and thermodynamics to diagnose and predict performance and aging aspects for battery cells and strings. It accomplishes this with two modules: (1) capacity-power-conductance behavior, and (2) kinetic behavior (voltage drops).
The result of this research is an advanced prognostic and health management (PHM) software simulation tool that will determine battery state of health (SoH) and remaining useful life (RUL). PsiMantis is a unique and essential tool to assess battery condition based on the specific chemistry, usage conditions, and the environment in which it operates. The benefits of this testing approach include safety improvements, faster reaction times, greater diagnostics abilities, and a better understanding of incident precursors. This understanding can lead to better repair and maintenance techniques. Finally, the tool allows multiple what-if conditions for battery storage devices. PsiMantis, provides a user interface environment that is easy to use. Battery, Electrical, and Mechanical engineers can quickly setup simulation runs of their specific use cases. The results are shown both with printed reports and graphic charts.
Chemical, Electrical, and Mechanical engineers can quickly setup simulation of their specific use cases saving thousands over lab testing. The results are output in various formats including print and on screen graphic charting.
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