Friday, May 22, 2009

EEStor Silences DIelectric Saturation Criticism

Due to Zenn Motor Company's recent announcement of it's validation of EEStor's recent permittivity test results, we have learned that constituent materials of EEStor's energy storage system are operating in what's known as the paralectric phase in contrast to the widely predicted ferroelectric phase.  
Dielectric Saturation was widely and emotionally delivered as the death knell to EEStor's prospects for delivering on it's claims.  But this is a phenomena that does not occur in the paraelectric phase (except possibly at extremely high voltages).  

What the hell does all of this mean?   Quite simply this: if you poll the opinions of the EEStor skeptics over the past year, the #1 leading fundamental problem they had with EEStor's claims was that it would suffer from the effects of Dielectric Saturation.   They were all wrong. All wrong

MUAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAAHAAHAAHAAHAAH!!!!!!  So laugh it up believers, you earned it!

What do the skeptics at have to say about this?  Strangely little.  


Chance said...

So, you are saying paraelectrics do not saturate?

Bike said...

Read the text - there's your answer

Chance said...

I missed that sentence on my first skim through. Mea Culpa. However, what exactly is considered extremely high voltage in this context? He is saying the skeptics are wrong, but several posts on the forums are claiming the opposite. Here:

and here:

Anon said...
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Anon said...

Before you convince anyone B I think you are going to have to have the agreement of that bunch of experts you did a survey on recently.