Optimization of Heat Transfer Performance Using Response Surface Methodology-Central Composite Design (RSM-CCD) for Nano-Coolant (Al2O3+EG/W) in Electric Vehicle Battery

  • Amri Abdulah Sekolah Tinggi Teknologi Wastukancana & Universitas Sebelas Maret
  • Dede Ardi Rajab Sekolah Tinggi Teknologi Wastukancana
  • Iman Nurshahid Sekolah Tinggi Teknologi Wastukancana
  • Sukarman Universitas Buana Perjuangan & Universitas Sebelas Maret
  • Khoirudin Universitas Buana Perjuangan & Universitas Sebelas Maret
  • Muhamad Taufik Ulhakim Universitas Buana Perjuangan
DOI: https://doi.org/10.35814/asiimetrik.v6i1.5455
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Keywords: Al2O3 nano fluid, cold plate, electric vehicle battery, RSM-CCD

Abstract

The presence of electric vehicles (EVs) must be supported by batteries that have good-quality energy storage. Battery power is critical to the development of electric cars. Temperature affects battery strength, so operating within the optimum temperature range must be ensured. During the charge and discharge processes, the electrochemical reaction generates hot energy, causing an increase in battery temperature. In this research, the solution to the problem is to make a cooling system with a mini channel cold plate and Al2O1%vol+EG/W (50:50) nano coolant. Optimization of heat transfer enhancement using Response Surface Methodology-Central Composite Design (RSM-CCD) and experimental tests with various flow rate variations. The research findings revealed that the RSM-CCD results and the outcomes of studies employing test equipment agreed that the highest cooling fluid flow rate was the most optimal condition, the highest T2 temperature drop of 17.63% occurred at a flow rate of 1.7 LPM, and the lowest T2 temperature was 13.13% at a flow rate of 1 LPM.

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Published
2024-01-31
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Amri Abdulah, Dede Ardi Rajab, Iman Nurshahid, Sukarman, Khoirudin, & Muhamad Taufik Ulhakim. (2024). Optimization of Heat Transfer Performance Using Response Surface Methodology-Central Composite Design (RSM-CCD) for Nano-Coolant (Al2O3+EG/W) in Electric Vehicle Battery . Jurnal Asiimetrik: Jurnal Ilmiah Rekayasa Dan Inovasi, 6(1), 39-48. https://doi.org/10.35814/asiimetrik.v6i1.5455
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