Mountain Lion Continuum-Scale Lithium-Ion Cell Simulator uses FEniCS to solve partial differential equations for the internal states of Lithium-Ion cells.
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Mountain Lion Continuum-Scale Lithium-Ion Cell Simulator uses FEniCS to solve partial differential equation models for lithium-ion cells.
- Free software: MIT license
- Documentation: https://mtnlion.readthedocs.io.
- Fast and customizable using model-based design
- Easily attach external controllers to the cell model
- Built-in Rothe’s method time stepping using first-order implicit Euler’s method
- Doyle-Fuller-Newman isothermal cell model
- Thermal model
- Metallic lithium plaing model
- Solid-electrolyte interphase (SEI) model
- Double-layer capacitance model
mtnlion can be installed via PyPI using pip install mtnlion --user. However, you’ll have to ensure that the correct version of FEniCS is already installed on your machine. You can reference the installation guide. for help preparing your own development environment. The contributing guide is also available for those who wish to add to this projec.
To see the history of releases please refer to the GitLab releases page.
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