Help guys give me a little help here
As you require exact answers, in most cases I will refer you to experts in the field as I am not the most knowledgeable, but I will help where I can.
What is a stingo? Exactly what is it? Encyclopedia-like comprehensive explanation.
Better to ask the inventor, I believe it is sucahyo on this forum.
What are all the causes of battery lifespan limits? Why does it die?
It depends upon the type of battery but in general these are common causes of battery failure. Better to refer to the manufacturers.
Abuse and misuse.
Overcharging, refer to battery-faqs-t106.htm
Over discharging refer to battery-faqs-t106.htm
Shorting or too high discharge rate/charge rate
How exactly do you fix and repair batteries? Complete answers are desired. Every method and recommendations on the best one would be excellent.
It depends upon the type of battery; most are not repairable for physical damage. Refer to manufacturer.
De-sulfation in lead acid batteries can occur by using a radiant charger; It does this by dislodging the lead sulphate from the plate allowing the acid to come into contact with the plate media.
It is also possible to improve the matrix/grain structure of the plates by radiant charging. The finer the grain/crystal size, the greater the surface area. Greater surface area will give a greater capacity and higher cranking amps. John Bedini is the expert here.
Dendrite formation can also be reversed by the same process. A dendrite is a treelike structure that grows on the plates, during normal charging and discharging that can cause the plates to short out. This usually manifests itself by a battery that won’t hold a charge.
Question 4: Is it true that increasing voltage for a battery's decharging/charging would decrease its lifespan? Also would it decrease energy efficiency, via wasted energy in the form of heat/radiation?
Yes generally, but there are exceptions like cell balancing etc.
totally optional, don't answer this one until I ask on this one again later.
Question 5: Explain AC and DC comprehensively.
Question 6: Is it possible to recharge a battery and discharge it(use it) at the same time?
No, the ions can only move in one direction at a time. People that believe they are doing this are either supplying enough input to cover the discharge and charge at the same time or are oscillating the battery between charge and discharge. Depending upon the energy of this oscillation, this can be destructive to the battery causing it to break down. In lead acid batteries it can cause a break up of the plate media as the shock waves dislodge pieces from the plates. It can also cause fracturing of the ionic compounds in the electrolyte causing off gassing etc.
Question 7: How is it possible to recharge an unchargable battery? That's so weird of a concept bc it's an unchargable battery. How do you do that? You get leaks? Then why do it? Do you wish to find the ideal voltage at which point it won't leak anymore.
Depends upon what you mean by un-chargeable?
Desulfating a rechargeable lead acid battery will allow a battery that cannot be charged by conventional means to be recharged. With NiCad batteries, as with lead acid, dendrites can be broken down. This may be true of other types of batteries too. Alkaline batteries that are not normally rechargeable can also be recharged but I am not familiar with how radiant chargers do it, only that they can do it.
Question 8: What is the best method of battery lifespan extension?
Use the battery within its Ideal design parameters. Do not over charge/discharge the battery. Use the best charge/discharge rate. With lead acid batteries that is a C20 charge and discharge rate. A C20 rate is calculated by measuring the cold cranking amps of the battery, dividing it by 20 to give the amp hour rating and then dividing that by 20 to give the number of amps that can be safely drawn in continuous fashion without permanently damaging the battery.
Radiant chargers can extent the life of lead acid batteries by restructuring the grain structure of the battery plates as explained above. Alkalines can be extended by recharging them.
Do you have to use it less?
Is it true that if you leave a battery alone though never using it for anything, it dies?
Using it more will help it not die as fast?
Yes and no, it depends upon the type of battery.
Charge % has to be over what value in order for it to last long or forever. I'm looking for methods of making a battery last forever.
I don’t think we have that technology.
Question 9: What is the thing called that allows you to join multiple low voltage circuits into one huge circuit? I know just basic voltage/circuit theory.
Question 10: Are they making computers more able to run on low voltages? I would really love more low voltage energy efficient appliances. What is the method for doing this? Using a lot more quantity of simultaneous "voltage pumps/motors" while decreasing their respective individual voltages.
Yes, Nanotechnology and improving efficiencies. Much more could be done if the physics of electrical theory was re written to include what has already been proven.
Question 11: Compare AC and DC. How much energy loss does AC create as compared to DC over various distances, like 1m, 2m, 5m, 10m, 15m, 20m, 50m, 100m, 500m, and 1000m, while transferring the same voltage of current? Does DC waste more energy through heat? Does AC waste more energy via radiation? Answer them as best as possible.
Hehe I suggest you study Nicola Tesla, This would fill a telephone book.