How about you stop preaching your sermon and respond to my figure 6 from the battery university? http://mynissanleaf.com/viewtopic.php?f ... 20#p510669lorenfb wrote:You appear to have a limited ability to structure a rational analogy. Maybe try using a coherent thinking process if it's possible,arnis wrote: BS. You don't need to have extensive analysis of banana yoghurt shelf life if you have that analysis for cherry yoghurt just to estimate
how long will it last in a fridge and how long next to keyboard and mouse
Definition of speculation is "the forming of a theory or conjecture without firm evidence." We have evidence that milk products spoil faster at room temperature compared to fridge. We have evidence that Leafy flavor spoils faster than Musky flavor.
There are joghurts that do not spoil, but our version definitely does spoil.
Suggesting keeping joghurts in the fridges is transparently sensible. Suggestion to charge to lower SOC also.
Flavor plays a role at the rate. Not on the direction of capacity slip.
e.g. like you may have learned in a middle school logic class.
Surely you've done a full research on the effects of charging to 100% versus a lower value as it relates to degradation for the Leaf's battery,
and have corroborative data since you're so resolute. And how about a real controlled study as for charging to 90% versus 100% over time,
and not your guessing or someone's anecdotal "experience". Again, please fully quantify the degradation delta, i.e. additional loss
in SOH per year. Additionally, please reference and fully annotate your research sources and concussions specific to the Leaf's battery
as it relates to and supports "your theories". Furthermore, data relative to the Leaf's battery versus Tesla's battery is the concern
on this forum, either in tabular or graphical form would be ideal.
That's a controlled study showing that cycling the battery from 100% SOC down to 50% is worse than cycling from 75% down to 25%. Instead of ignoring it, why don't you provide a fully detailed study backing your claim?