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Electric Vehicle peltier layer batteries

Electric vehicles as well as consumer products are niftier when the refill with electricity rapidly making 1 pct of the thin fi;lm battery array be peltier effect warms or cools the battery to more rapidly refill it with electricity
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Electric vehicles as well as consumer products are niftier when they refill with electricity rapidly

making 1 pct of the thin film battery array volume be peltier effect coating twarms or cools the battery to more rapidly refill it with electricity

If it refills 10 or 20 pct faster at the perfect temperature the plentiful grid electricity supplies that warming or cooling.

beanangel, May 07 2013

optimum battery charging temperatures http://batteryunive...nd_low_temperatures
[not_morrison_rm, May 11 2013]

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       One question: is the optimum charging temperature often below the battery's actual temperature?
MaxwellBuchanan, May 11 2013
  

       That would tend to depend on where the battery is, climatically speaking.   

       Advice tends to be "for best results consider narrowing the temperature bandwidth to between 10°C and 30°C " and "Nickel-based batteries are most forgiving in accepting charge at low temperatures, however, when charging below 5°C , the ability to recombine oxygen and hydrogen diminishes."   

       That's what is says on the internet, so it must be true.
not_morrison_rm, May 11 2013
  

       Are we talking about layering "peltier coating" between layers of battery? Because that wouldn't work.
DIYMatt, May 12 2013
  

       > "That's what it says on the internet so it must be true. " [not morrisson rm] marked-for-tagline   

       In the beginning and the internet created the heaven and the earth. That's what it (now) says on the internet, so it must be true.   

       Oh, and if your not, who is?
pashute, May 12 2013
  
      
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