I compare things to Tesla 2020 roadsters battery pacts because it’s the only thing I’ve got to compare to. But here are my numbers after three minimizations:
Rerun on 2/24/2020
Energy: 6575298 kJ/Mole
Delta Epsilon: 282.72
Run again after jolting coordinates: Energy 6573762
Delta Epsilon: 310.07
Run once more: Energy 6571750 kJ/Mole
Delta Epsilon: 178.80
So let’s just say it’s 6570000 kJ/mol with a delta epsilon under 180 ish.
1 unit = 37.54953 kg
833/ 37.54953= 22.18403 units per weight replacement.
(22.18403×1825 kWh) / 200 kWh x 1000 km = 202,429.274 kilometers or 125,783.719 miles.
So if it’s feasible to build these, which I think I have a way of doing, wouldn’t they be better than lithium ion? I think them getting wet is an issue in that they would expand but shielding can be put into place.