PyBaMM (Python Battery Mathematical Modelling) is an open-source battery simulation package written in Python. Our mission is to accelerate battery modelling research by providing open-source tools for multi-institutional, interdisciplinary collaboration. Broadly, PyBaMM consists of
a framework for writing and solving systems of differential equations,
a library of battery models and parameters, and
specialized tools for simulating battery-specific experiments and visualizing the results.
Together, these enable flexible model definitions and fast battery simulations, allowing users to explore the effect of different battery designs and modeling assumptions under a variety of operating scenarios.
The user guide is the best place to start learning PyBaMM. It contains an installation guide, an introduction to the main concepts and links to additional tutorials.
Examples and tutorials can be viewed on the GitHub examples page, which also provides a link to run them online through Google Colab.
The reference guide contains a detailed description of the functions, modules, and objects included in PyBaMM. The reference describes how the methods work and which parameters can be used.
Contributions to PyBaMM and its development are welcome! If you have ideas for features, bug fixes, models, spatial methods, or solvers, we would love to hear from you.