Cell Analysis and Modelling System (CAMS)

The Faraday Institution has developed a cell modelling workbook called CAMS capable of modelling the energy density of experimental cell designs.

CAMS was designed to rapidly assess the potential energy density of different cell chemistries and cell formats. The workbook was also intended to be used as an educational tool to demonstrate how different cell components affect the energy density of the cell, and how the energy density of low TRL level electrode active materials would translate at an applicable scale.

The model is capable of modelling four cell designs widely used in industry:

  • -Cylindrical
  • -Pouch
  • -Prismatic (wound)
  • -Prismatic (Z-stacked)

CAMS can also model five important cell chemistries:

  • -Li-ion
  • -Na-ion
  • -Lithium-sulfur
  • -All-solid-state cells
  • Hybrid solid-state cells

Behind CAMS is a database of over 40 widely used electrode materials and a database of over 200 commercial cells to allow users to compare the results from their modelled cells to industry standards.

Users of the model are able to add new materials to the database in their Cell Modelling Workbook to use in their modelling.

For more information on CAMS, please download the PowerPoint deck.

To access the download for the CAMS cell modelling workbook, please enter your details below, then click “Download Workbook”. If you encounter any problems while running the model, or have any feedback or suggestions on how to improve it, please email JJ Marie.

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