Let's say i have a 2-3Ah LiPo RC battery pack, rated at 80C discharge, and 2C charge. It gets connected to an inductor for several milliseconds, allowing a current of about 200A to build up. Then it gets disconnected, and a set of diodes rectify the current from the inductor back into the battery. What would happen to the battery? Would it accept this pulse of ~80C charge, would it just heat up, would it get damaged? If it was a capacitor instead of a battery, then the energy would just have been stored back for later use with little loss, but can a lithium battery store a rapid pulse like that? In other words, would there be any gain compared with simply burning off the energy from the inductor on something resistive?