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  1. vfx

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    #1 vfx, Mar 30, 2010
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    Future Seminar Summaries | Energy Seminar[​IMG]

    Tomorrow is "The future of EVs"
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    Save the Dates
    Wednesdays | 04:15 PM - 05:15 PM | Building 420, Room 40 | Free and Open to All

    March 31, Part 1 of a 4 Part Mini-Series on Electric Vehicles
    Sherif Marakby, Director of Electrification Programs and Engineering, Ford Motor Company
    The Future of EVs: Ford's Electrificaiton Efforts
    Followed by a MAP Energy Social in Y2E2 Social Entry

    April 7, Part 2 of a 4 Part Mini Series on Electric Vehicles
    Electric and Fuel Cell Vehicle Showcase: Daimler, Honda, PG&E, Pi Mobility, Tesla, Toyota, Volkswagen
    4:15-5:45: Location change to lower level of Parking Structure 2, corner of Via Ortega and Panama
    Please arrive promptly so you can rotate through each station.
    Reception to follow, 5:45-6:30

    April 14, Part 3 of a 4 Part Mini Series on Electric Vehicles
    Tom Turrentine, Director, Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Reserach Center and Research Anthropologist, University of California at Davis
    Consumer Behavioral Responses to and Perceptions of Electric Vehicles

    April 21, TBD
    April 28, Jim Davis, President, Chevron Energy Solutions
    Title TBD

    May 5, Burton Richter, Director Emeritus, SLAC; Paul Pigott Professor of Physical Sciences Emeritus, Stanford University
    Nuclear Energy
    Followed by a book signing

    May 12, Part 4 of a 4 Part Mini Series on Electric Vehicles
    Jason Wolf, Business Development for North America Better Place
    A Vision for Transitioning Towards Sustainable Transportation

    May 19, Johannes Lehmann, Associate Professor, Cornell University
    Does Biochar Deliver Carbon-Negative Energy?

    May 26, Stacey Bent, Energy Frontier Research Center, Stanford University
    Nanostructuring for Efficient Energy Conversion

    June 2, Hal Harvey, Chief Executive Officer, Climate Works
    Enacting Climate Policy
     
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  4. DaveD

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    Aaaah! :eek: Don't lean against the car, people!
    Metal zippers, rivets, buttons, are a good way to scratch the paint.
     
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    Fun stuff with the battery.

    621 per sheet. Nice nerdfomation.
     
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    6831 = 621 * 11
    6831 = 69 * 9 * 11
     
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    see?












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    Since the battery "leaves" or "sheets" are more or less square, wouldn't 23 * 27 * 11 be more accurate? Of course, we're only guessing, right? But it makes more sense to me.

    Roblab
     
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    9 * 11 * 3.7V (LiCoO2 avg. cell voltage) = 366V (Roadster's Battery Pack, Nominal OCV)
     

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