Answer to strange question :
is the energy absorption-dissipation of a ZEC chute for a 100 or 300 feet
Answer: It should be
obvious for anyone having engineering or architectural training,
that ZEC-ME's unlimited height capacity only results of the
stacking of mechanically independent
single floor unit modules ... just like a stairways.
ZEC-ME works because the system is obviously discontinuous and freely interconnected
concentrically. Ergo ... basics physic shows that relevant safety parameters such
a. Energy absorption/ dissipation. b. Complex effects of tribologic
factors involved in the friction breaking effect ... are limited to
the HEIGHT of ONE FLOOR
and the MASS is limited by the number of people that potentially can fit in a ZEC
chute unit of in average ONE FLOOR eight ( about 10 to 15
feet or 3 m< 4.5 m).
A 200 stories ZEC-ME installation will shows not mechanic problem
different from them relevant to a 4, 20 or
30 stories installation.
fires safety specialists yet believe that ZEC-EM large mass
evacuation capacity is based on sliding down people at high speed
... Beliefs and scientific facts are not the same things.
Experiencing the system before opposing nonsense discriminatory
arguments should be considered.
The speed is similar to stairway ... The space occupation factor makes
After 25 years of having being certified and million times tested
in Europe ... It could be a matter of
professional ethic for the "popes' of high rise evacuation in the USA to
officially test the ZEC-ME under academic supervision.
The Zephinie multiple entry escape chute technology is now a commune
technology for 10 years..
In matter of science and technology xenophobic discrimination,
prejudgment and sleazy defamation are right protocols for testing new
alternative technologies ...
If there a problem of theoretical understanding ... Testing the system should have been
for years a matter of ethic procedure for those having the official responsibility to secure
public safety and involved building evacuation consulting services ...
If the other escape chute systems present fundamental incompatibility
for tall building mass evacuation...
that is not our problem .... engineering competence is supposed
Testing the system would avoid wrong question.