garygid wrote:1. mike means miles/kWh, not kWh/mile
2. the multiplier is not constant over the SOC range, being lower (moderately predictably) at the high end and UNpredictably and significantly lower at the low end of the SOC scale.
3. Throughout the center range the multiplier might be meaningful, but it will depend upon temperature and it will decrease with "age/use".
Yes, thank you for catching that Gary! I corrected this mistake. If I understand you correctly, the SOC number likely correlates to a certain pack voltage. This in turn correlates to a certain amount of available energy, but exactly how much depends on several factors.
The reason why I'm looking to confirm the 75Wh/SOC multiplier is simple. If this number was correct, at least on paper, it would validate a few aspects of the following battery model: 21kWh of available energy, roughly 1.5kWh per bar, and 6% unavailable capacity on each end of the range. I apologize if this looked crude or otherwise inadequate, and I appreciate your comments.