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Looking for book "Rechargeable Batteries Applications Handbook" by Gates

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  1. DaveC

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    I know it's available on Amazon, but if someone has a copy to give away to a
    truly interested student of battery applications...

    Thanks,
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  2. Check out the free on-line book at http://www.buchmann.ca
    If you are into paper books, consider "Handbook of batteries" by Linden,
    maybe it is more accessible in your library.

    Regards,
    Yevgen

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  5. E. Rosten

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    Quite an interesting book, although the internal resistance was measured
    in milliwatts. Can anyone explain that. I can see that plain old Ohms
    isn't suitable, since that depends on the number of cells in the battery
    and the size of the cells as well.

    -Ed


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  6. Are you sure that it isn't yet another case of the ohms sign being
    rendered as upper-case W by publishing software?
     
  7. E. Rosten

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    Ah, it could well be.


    Of course, comparing resistance is non-trivial, since the cells are not
    directly comparable. At least one would need Ohms per unloaded volt, so
    that one could estimate the internal resistance of a battery supplying a
    certain voltage, whatever the cell type. That still doesn't take in to
    account cell "size".

    -Ed

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