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Moderní přístup k numerickému modelování bezpečnosti lithium iontových akumulátorů při zkratu

Original Title

Moderní přístup k numerickému modelování bezpečnosti lithium iontových akumulátorů při zkratu

Czech Title

Moderní přístup k numerickému modelování bezpečnosti lithium iontových akumulátorů při zkratu

Language

cs

Original Abstract

At present one is able by means of numerical modelling tackle a wide range of robust and associated problems from engineering practice defined by partial differential equations. As a mathematical tool used for this solution, the most widely used today, finite element method (FEM) and finite volume method (FVM). Creating a global model is very demanding and becomes several parts. Entering geometric areas and their division into finite number of elements/volumes and network nodes is called the geometric model and creating the computational mesh. Setting up of differential equations with definitions function properties at the interface is a physical model. Solving functional differential equations and conversion of differential equations discretized finite element/volumes mesh on the system of algebraic equations is called a mathematical model.

Czech abstract

At present one is able by means of numerical modelling tackle a wide range of robust and associated problems from engineering practice defined by partial differential equations. As a mathematical tool used for this solution, the most widely used today, finite element method (FEM) and finite volume method (FVM). Creating a global model is very demanding and becomes several parts. Entering geometric areas and their division into finite number of elements/volumes and network nodes is called the geometric model and creating the computational mesh. Setting up of differential equations with definitions function properties at the interface is a physical model. Solving functional differential equations and conversion of differential equations discretized finite element/volumes mesh on the system of algebraic equations is called a mathematical model.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT130697,
  author="Petr {Vyroubal} and Tomáš {Kazda} and Jiří {Maxa}",
  title="Moderní přístup k numerickému modelování bezpečnosti lithium iontových akumulátorů při zkratu",
  annote="At present one is able by means of numerical modelling tackle a wide range of robust and associated problems from engineering practice defined by partial differential equations. As 
a mathematical tool used for this solution, the most widely used today, finite element method (FEM) and finite volume method (FVM). Creating a global model is very demanding and becomes several parts. Entering geometric areas and their division into finite number of elements/volumes and network nodes is called the geometric model and creating the computational mesh. Setting up of differential equations with definitions function properties at the interface is a physical model. Solving functional differential equations and conversion of differential equations discretized finite element/volumes mesh on the system of algebraic equations is called a mathematical model.",
  address="Česká fotovoltaická asociace",
  booktitle="Fotovoltaické Fórum a Energetická konference 2016",
  chapter="130697",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Česká fotovoltaická asociace",
  year="2016",
  month="november",
  pages="50--56",
  publisher="Česká fotovoltaická asociace",
  type="conference paper"
}