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Why do Batteries degrade faster than a Single Cell?

Batteries undergo accelerated degradation compared to a single cell due to the composite nature of a Li-ion battery. Comprising a chain of smaller cells, the integrity of the battery is akin to a chain, only as robust as its weakest link. In this context, the overall capacity of the battery is intricately tied to the capacity of its weakest individual cell. Unfortunately, conventional thermal management solutions often encounter temperature imbalances within the battery pack.

When certain cells become hotter than others, they experience accelerated degradation, becoming the proverbial weak link in the chain and ultimately leading to premature failure of the entire battery pack. This delicate interplay highlights the critical need for advanced thermal control strategies to ensure uniform temperature distribution and prolong the overall lifespan of the battery.

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