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Using the Yoko / Keep it Simple Stupid.

Started this discussion. Last reply by PeterP Nov 14, 2013. 151 Replies

 Using the Yoko / Keep it Simple Stupid. 350whr/ litre Fact or fiction.This thread is restricted to the point:Is the measured energy close enough?Y_Po, Tec, GKR, Student, Schneibster are…Continue

Comments on the "Stupid Capacitor"

Started this discussion. Last reply by PeterP Aug 3, 2013. 28 Replies

This thread is for me to make comments on the “Stupid Capacitor”. I suggest others put their replies on Y-Po’s thread. To that end ee-tom is banned here. The formula for capacitance. C = e0.k.A/tYou…Continue

The Universal “ee-kay” Product Law.

Started this discussion. Last reply by PeterP Apr 14, 2013. 28 Replies

The Universal “ee-kay” Product Law: 1) The Law: Ebd* k =ZWhere Ebd = breakdown field strengthK = relative permittivityZ = a universal constant.2) Purpose of this thread: For people to post empirical…Continue

Printed Proof of Concept Devices

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Printed Proof of Concept Device:This thread is to discuss a possible method for the manufacture of the devices used to make the measurements for the patent.Usual rules; keep posts short and polite.…Continue

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PeterP replied to Sean's discussion So what does EEStor have, and what is it good for.
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"Yes, that is 3v/micron (and why I suggest a vacuum). Alumina is 1100 v/micron, PET is similar. CMBT can vary from being a conductor (varistor) to about 600 v/micron (Matsushita). That was about 20 years ago. What Dick can do now is not known…"
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What We Have Learned

Posted on March 29, 2012 at 5:11pm 163 Comments

Last week, when I went to post some graphs on the  ”Conducting Needle” thread, I found I could not do it (because the site is now essentially “read only”). I was a bit disappointed, and have not got around to posting my graphs yet.

However perhaps this is a suitable occasion on which to review what we know about the EESU. Let me try.

1 The EESU is a “Core, shell, matrix” dielectric.

2 The brick model may be used to analyse the behaviour of such a…

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At 5:25am on July 6, 2013, Technopete said…

There seems no point in holding a conversation on your thread where ee-tom and others are party to it and can make unhelpful commments.

It does seem you are quietly saying that 28 Jan PR layer A has a higher ED than predicted by the  formula in your thread, which uses macro-level parameters.

However, if you start looking at BT/metal or BZ/metal nano-structures then a higher ED ought to be possible.  This is because the electric field across a very thin (nm) layer can be much higher than across a thick layer.  

The theoretical limit ought to be that you should be able to drop the band gap's worth of voltage (3 to 4 V = 3 to 4eV for BT) across a dielectric layer of any thickness (and more if the layer is thick).  However, if the layer is too thin (say <5nm) then the  tunnelling current will be too high.  It's not easy to work out the precise minimum thickness,  3V at 5nm would give you 600 MV/m field.

Theory says this thickness will be inversely proportional to the square root of the band gap (so going from 4eV to 8eV would allow you to work with 70% of the original thickness).

As far as the high polarisations goes, nanostructured devices can be used to trade average field for apparent polarisation - because you can do the equivalent of increasing the plate area so the real polarisation is unchanged but the measurement looks much higher.  But the field across the dielectric also now increases.  So that could explain DW's layer A polarisation, but would not explain a polarisation of 60 C/m^2 at a field of 350 or 500 MV/m.

The nanostructuring (which could be either built-in at creation, induced by polling, or dynamically created on charging) requires a combination of a metal and an insulator, which we do not appear to have with CMBT.

Regards,

TP

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