Genetec - A baby step

For knowledge sharing - Munro 4680 Energy Density Tested // Model Y Pack Size Explained

Genetec A baby step
Publish date: Thu, 17 Nov 2022, 03:27 PM
Genetec - A baby step

A Baby Steps is very important to achieve success.

Give GENE another few years and we will see. I hope we can achieve the plan as presented on the Battery Day
https://klse1.i3investor.com/blogs/genetec_rm400/2022-03-29-story-h162...


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4XOHetABrag

The results are in!  UC San Diego tested the energy density of the Munro 4680 and today I share the results.  I also discuss why the energy density is lower than expected and explain how it appears the Model Y Pack size is fully explained.  

 
Timeline
00:00 Introduction
01:31 The Munro 4680 Cell Overview
03:09 Energy Density Run Through
08:31 Off Brand 4680s ;)
09:50 Rate Performance & 6X Power Claim
11:26 Cathode and Anode Composition Slides
12:58 Model Y Pack Size Explained
14:12 Why is the 4680 Model Y so heavy?
15:05 First Gen is Still Economicially Viable
16:05 How'd I get Wh/kg so wrong in the 1st Teardown?
17:11 Summary

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