Posts by: E-Cat World

The following post was submitted by Zack Iszard Much attention has been given to Lithium Aluminum Hydride (LAH) as a solid hydrogen source in LENR reactors. A chemical analogue of LAH, Lithium Borohydride (LiBH4, LB) deserves equal attention. First, th…

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I have just been informed by Vessela Nikolova that a new book has been published titled, “Hot-Cat 2.0: How last generation E-Cats are made” authored by Eng. Roberto Ventola and Vessela Nikolova. Vessela explains on her blog that the technic…

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The following post was submitted by Axil Axil See https://www.facebook.com/MartinFleischmannMemorialProject/posts/931869573510409 In the plasmonic theory of the LENR+ reaction there are two possible sources from which the LENR reaction spring: the Stat…

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The following was posted by Keith Thompson From the Lugano test, 98.7% Ni62 in the ash requires that nickel atoms all through the 3D volume of the nickel lattice have reacted not just at the 2D lattice surface, based on starting with normal isotope com…

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I thought it would be good to start a clean thread to include reports and and discussion about Bob Greenyer’s visit to Moscow to visit Alexander Parkhomov and check out his E-Cat replica experimentation. Bob has said that he will be providing mor…

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Andrea Rossi has frequently mentioned that ‘driving’ the E-Cat with a natural gas source, rather than electricity, is a goal that Industrial Heat is working towards, because in many cases it would make the E-Cat more economical (natural gas…

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Normally when Andrea Rossi talks about the 1 MW plant currently in production testing, he couches it in ‘results could be positive or negative’ terms, and talks about being hopeful and his team working well and working hard, but leaves room…

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This post was submitted by Axil Axil Because of licensing requirements and regulation, any product using the LENR reaction will require radiation shielding against X-rays and Gamma radiation need it or not. It is elegant from an engineering standpoint …

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The following post was submitted by Becktemba Blacklight Power having challenges sourcing parts and controlling its prototype.  Alludes to problems with the brain of the system or controlling the system.  Also with sourcing certain components. Check …

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Thanks to Barbierir for bringing attention to the following: The article in the Current Science special issue on LENR titled “Lattice-enabled nuclear reactions in the nickel and hydrogen gas system” by David J. Nagel is probably the first a…

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UPDATE#2 (Feb 25, 2015) Bob Greenyer just posted this comment: Hi All, I have finally reached my accommodation in the centre of Moscow. Everything went smoothly but I am completely exhausted – tomorrow I have to present to around 100 experimental…

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Since there are beginning to be more frequent references to the 1 MW E-Cat plant that we have been told will be installed and be open to visitors at some point (perhaps this year, according to Andrea Rossi), I thought I would create a dedicated thread …

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The following comment was made by Svein Utne on this thread. (edited lightly for English language) What is holding me back from testing a Hot-cat replica is the dangerous powder needed. To order many different components and finding a glove box and fin…

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Current Science: a Fortnightly Journal of Research, is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary science journal published twice monthly by the Current Science Association, in collaboration with the Indian Academy of Sciences. UPDATE (Feb 24, 2015) The finaliz…

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The following comment was submitted by Charlie Sutherland This has been fun.  I’ve been reading a bit on the E-Cat specifically and LENR (cold fusion) in general. It seems it is well on its way to reality and tending toward open source technolog…

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