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The graph presented in the image appears somewhat disconcerting, but when one considers the scale of the Y axis, it's not too bad. The text references a voltage difference of 0.07, seven one-hundredths of a volt across the entire pack. The internal resistance difference is also only one milli-ohm across the pack. At a state of charge of slightly less than ...


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I'm not sure if you mean hybrid or plug-in-hybrid. That should have been specified. I have a 2016 Toyota RAV4 hybrid (standard hybrid, plug-in wasn't offered back then). My car powers everything including the power steering and windshield heater from the 12 volt battery, with these exceptions: Traction for motors is provided from the high-voltage battery, ...


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I was really interested in the exceptional fuel average of hybrid cars and was considering to buy one as soon as I got my hands on some savings but I read somewhere that hybrids are better for city driving where you have to "stop and go" drive, they are not that efficient on long ranges. What do you mean by "that efficient"? Certainly ...


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This is due to your misperception of lead-acid batteries Most people think "all batteries are alike". They've never been educated on the subject. Traditional car batteries are lead-acid. They are extremely poor batteries. They don't last. But they have 2 useful traits: they're unusually good at surge currents they're cheap. By contrast, consider ...


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