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Old 04-27-2005, 10:20 PM   #31
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Originally posted by PlainOleDave
I just couldn't resist this one...
If cooling Ur batteries with a fan only "cools" the outside of the battery, how much "gap" do U think there is between the chemical covered Plates inside it? Seems to me, cooling the outside of an ESC causes heat to be tranfered to the "OUTSIDE"!

... i always thought, that by cooling the outside, this would somehow also allow "the chemicals" inside to eventually "follow suit" in cooling down... just like a motor after use... heat will continue to dissapate inside as the heat is dissapated outside...

... my $.02 - jason
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