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Old 03-11-2006, 20:12   #16
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The basic idea is to measure "delta-Volts" and "delta-Amps", ideally at the same time, for a heavy incremental load that is either being added or removed from the battery. The resistance is delta-V divided by delta-I (I for Amps). One convenient method is to use either a 800 Watt to 1500 Watt heater on a power inverter or use a microwave oven while taking the readings.
That is a good idea and much more pragmatic to that i found on this matter, dealing with chemical reactions in the cell and more.
I was looking for an easy way to measure it, you made it, thanks.
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