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This may be old news but I just watched it and learned a lot ...


/June 2010/ - Length: 1:15:00

Jay Whitacre, a Carnegie Mellon professor with a joint appointment in
Materials Science and Engineering and Public Policy, gives a quick
overview of Lithium-ion batteries. Starting at the chemical level, he
explains the properties and mechanics of the battery which give rise to
macroscopic behavior, especially focusing on issues relevant to electric
vehicles and other high-power systems. He then fields questions about
the batteries themselves, ongoing research at Carnegie Mellon, and
tricks for improving long-term performance, such as pulse-charging and
pairing batteries with similar defects.



http://www.ri.cmu.edu/video_view.html?video_id=60&menu_id=387

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good instructive on lith ion fe batteries.......danl

gary <[email protected]> wrote:

> This may be old news but I just watched it and learned a lot ...
>
>
> /June 2010/ - Length: 1:15:00
>
> Jay Whitacre, a Carnegie Mellon professor with a joint appointment in
> Materials Science and Engineering and Public Policy, gives a quick
> overview of Lithium-ion batteries. Starting at the chemical level, he
> explains the properties and mechanics of the battery which give rise to
> macroscopic behavior, especially focusing on issues relevant to electric
> vehicles and other high-power systems. He then fields questions about
> the batteries themselves, ongoing research at Carnegie Mellon, and
> tricks for improving long-term performance, such as pulse-charging and
> pairing batteries with similar defects.
>
>
>
> http://www.ri.cmu.edu/video_view.html?video_id=60&menu_id=387
>
> --
> Gary Krysztopik
> ZWheelz, LLC - www.ZWheelz.com <http://www.zwheelz.com/>
> Alamo City Electric Auto Association - www.aceaa.org
> blog - http://voices.mysanantonio.com/drive_electric_san_antonio/
> San Antonio, TX
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