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In order to investigated the influence on the liquid cooling system cooling effect by changing the structural parameters, single Li-ion battery heat generation model is conducted, and used in following simulation. Subsequently, sixteen models are designed by orthogonal array, and the results are obtained by extremum difference analysis, which can quantify the influence degree, identify major and minor factors, and find the relatively optimum combination. Finally, different channel entrance lay-out is adopted to investigated. With a series of work, the effective of single battery heat generation model is proved by the discharge experiment. The coolant velocity has most evident influence on the Li-ion battery temperature rise, rectangular channel aspect ratio is second one, and the heat conducting plate thickness has the smallest influence. Similarly, for Li-ion battery temperature difference, the effect of heat conducting plate thickness and rectangular channel aspect ratio as the same, both are secondary factor, and coolant velocity is main factor. With different channel entrance lay-out, both the maximum temperatures denote a same upward trend, and better balance temperature distribution is obtained by adopt Case C system which with alternating arrange channel entrance lay-out.
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THERMAL SCIENCE YEAR 2022, VOLUME 26, ISSUE Issue 1, PAGES [567 - 577]
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