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  • 2012 March
    Summary Detail Summary without border Details without border Most recent without border Publications without border JCMNS index without border Most recent Publications J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci index Direct access to Library folder Library Guide Archives for March 2012 CERN Colloquium videos Overview of Theoretical and Experimental Progress in LENR March 23 2012 Two video lectures have been uploaded to the CERN Document Server from a CERN Colloquium held on March 22 2012 Yogendra Srivastava Professor of Physics INFN Department of Physics University of Perugia Perugia Ital Overview of LENT Theory Low Energy Nuclear Transmutations The slides shown in the video are available here Francesco Celani National Institute of Nuclear Physics Frascati National Laboratories Vice President of International Society for Condensed Matter Nuclear Science Overview of Theoretical and Experimental Progress in Low Energy Nuclear Reactions LENR The slides are here Edmund Storms on The Space Show March 10 2012 On January 8 2012 Dr Edmund Storms appeared on a Special Edition the Internet radio broadcast The Space Show with Dr David Livingston See http www thespaceshow com detail asp q 1685 This is a Special Edition devoted to exploring understanding and evaluating where the LENR field is today and what

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  • 2011 November
    slides from this presentation are here Rossi device again demonstrated in self sustaining mode Large reactor demonstrated November 3 2011 by Jed Rothwell On October 7 2011 Andrea Rossi performed another test of one of the reactors units he intends to use in a large 1 MW reactor The test lasted nine hours For nearly 4 hours there was no power input the device was running in self sustaining mode In the cold fusion literature this mode is sometimes called heat after death It was first described by Fleischmann and Pons in 1993 A report and a short video of the test were published by Mats Lewan of NyTeknik A detailed description is here Although some experts question these results most believe that the reactor must have produced large amounts of anomalous heat for the following reasons The reactor vessel holds 30 L of water This was first brought to boil with electric power Anomalous heat production began Two hours later electric power was turned off The anomalous heat continued in self sustaining mode for nearly four hours after that During this self sustaining event roughly 60 L of tap water flowed into the vessel replacing twice the original volume The surface of the reactor remained hot at 60 to 80 C which means it was poorly insulated and it radiated a lot of heat Three hours into the event a video shows that one of the observers accidentally touched an exposed metal surface The metal was hot enough to make a person jump back in pain At the beginning of the self sustaining event the anomalous power was nominally 3 kW An hour later it rose to 8 kW It fluctuated rising three times in all At the end of the event power was increasing again Observers wanted to look inside the reactor so Rossi quenched the reaction by venting gas from the cell and increasing the flow of cooling water There is no way to know how much longer the reaction might have continued if it had not been deliberately stopped When a poorly insulated metal vessel is filled with 30 L of boiling water it begins to cool immediately It can only grow cooler it cannot remain hot or grow hotter that would violate the Second Law of Thermodynamics When 60 L of cold tap water is poured into the vessel replacing the original water in stages this also cools it down After one hour the vessel must cool down close to room temperature It is physically impossible for the vessel to remain at boiling temperature for 4 hours unless something inside it is producing heat There were no chemical or electrical sources of power inside this reactor so the heat must have come from an anomalous reaction Unfortunately this test was marred by problems that made it impossible to accurately determine how much energy was produced Peak power was nominally 8 kW but the instruments were so imprecise it might have been lower or much higher

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  • 2011 September
    Entire Journal Issues Conference Proceedings ICCF individual papers ICCF 9 Proceedings ICCF 10 Proceedings U S Navy Cold Fusion Research Video Introduction LIBRARY Summary Detail Summary without border Details without border Most recent without border Publications without border JCMNS index without border Most recent Publications J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci index Direct access to Library folder Library Guide Archives for September 2011 Rossi eCat device demonstrated in self sustaining mode September 14 2011 NyTeknik published three articles and two videos about the Rossi device See the E cat run in self sustained mode Article and video Test of Energy Catalyzer Bologna September 7 2011 Analysis of calorimetry Acrobat format Abstract The Rossi device was run for just over half an hour without external energy input Ny Teknik assisted recently in a test where the E cat invented by Andrea Rossi was run in self sustained mode Here s Rossi s one megawatt plant Article and video Abstract Here it is the plant that according to inventor Andrea Rossi will produce one megawatt of thermal energy via an unknown reaction in his energy catalyzer The plant is now being shipped to the United States News Edmund Storms announces new results with

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  • 2011 June
    LIBRARY Summary Detail Summary without border Details without border Most recent without border Publications without border JCMNS index without border Most recent Publications J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci index Direct access to Library folder Library Guide Archives for June 2011 Defkalion Green Technologies s a press conference June 23 2011 Defkalion Green Technologies the company that will market the Rossi cold fusion reactor held a press conference They also opened their web site with material from the press conference and announcements http www defkalion energy com See also Defkalion Green Technologies white paper Company Overview Market Strategy Global Positioning According to the company Defkalion Green Technologies has secured exclusive distribution rights for the entire world except for the USA It will start production and distribution of its products late this year from its factory in Xanthi It will sell initially to the Greek and Balkan markets Two more factories are scheduled within 2012 International sales are already strong in demand which will spur exports The focus of this press conference was mainly on the company s commercial plans rather than technical information about the reactor They did not demonstrate a reactor They introduced to the public the company the Board of Directors and the investors They discussed marketing plans products and potential markets A video of the press conference will be made and it will be uploaded to YouTube The press conference was in Greek A YouTube version of the press conference with English subtitles will be uploaded to YouTube around June 28 Marianne Macy published a report on the press conference here Some technical information about the Defkalion reactors is available here This page also reports that the reactors are now being tested and certified by the Greek Ministry of Regional Development and Industry and the Ministry of Environment

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  • 2011 March
    Scott Chubb describing the Rossi device and recent events about it Rossi 18 hour demonstration March 1 2011 February 2011 updated March 2011 On February 10 and 11 2011 Levi et al U Bologna performed another test of the Rossi device Compared to the January 14 test they used a much higher flow rate to keep the cooling water from vaporizing This is partly to recover more heat and partly because Celani and others criticized phase change calorimetry as too complicated There were concerns about the enthalpy of wet steam versus dry steam and the use of a relative humidity meter to determine how dry the steam was A source close to the test gave Jed Rothwell the following figures These are approximations Duration of test 18 hours Flow rate 3 000 L h 833 ml s Cooling water input temperature 15 C Cooling water output temperature 20 C Input power from control electronics variable average 80 W closer to 20 W for 6 hours The temperature difference of 5 C 833 ml 4 165 calories second 17 493 W Observers estimated average power as 16 kW A 5 C temperature difference can easily be measured with confidence 3 000 L h is 793 gallons h which is the output of a medium sized 120 ornamental pond pump The control electronics input of 80 W is in line with what was reported for tests before Jan 14 Input power was high on that day because there was a problem with cracked welding according to the Levi report 18 hours 16 kW 288 kWh 1 037 MJ That is the amount of energy in 26 kg of gasoline 7 9 gallons Given the size and weight of the device this rules out a chemical source of energy NyTeknik published a fascinating description of the latest experiment in English This includes new details such as the fact that the power briefly peaked at 130 kW NyTeknik also published an interview with two outside experts about the demonstration Prof Emeritus at Uppsala University Sven Kullander chairman of the National Academy of Sciences Energy Committee and Hanno Essén associate professor of theoretical physics Swedish Royal Institute of Technology Two versions are available in English and Swedish On March 3 Rossi conducted an informative on line chat with NyTeknik readers Rossi and U Bologna have announced that tests on the device will continue for a year Rossi 6 hour demonstration convinces Swedish experts March 1 2011 On March 29 2011 a test of a smaller Rossi device was performed It was attended by two new observers Hanno Essén associate professor of theoretical physics and chairman of the Swedish Skeptics Society and Sven Kullander chairman of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences Energy Committee They agree with other independent observers that the device must be producing a nuclear reaction See NyTeknik Swedish physicists on the E cat It s a nuclear reaction This test employed a new smaller device with a 50 cm 3 cell It

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  • 2011 February
    Fusion Special Collections 2004 DoE Review BARC Studies In Cold Fusion Books and Proceedings Books Entire Journal Issues Conference Proceedings ICCF individual papers ICCF 9 Proceedings ICCF 10 Proceedings U S Navy Cold Fusion Research Video Introduction LIBRARY Summary Detail Summary without border Details without border Most recent without border Publications without border JCMNS index without border Most recent Publications J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci index Direct access to Library folder Library Guide Archives for February 2011 ICCF 16 February 20 2011 16th International Conference On Condensed Matter Nuclear Science Chennai India February 6 11 2011 http www iscmns org iccf16 Message from Dr P K Iyengar Chairman National Steering Committee Former Chairman Atomic Energy Commission Government of India I extend a hearty welcome to all the participants of ICCF 16 This is the first time a meeting of the ICCF conference series is being held in India We are endeavouring to make it a scientifically stimulating and successful event with three satellite programs added I look forward to meeting you all at Chennai in February 2011 News Edmund Storms announces new results with palladium YouTube video Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion Current Science Special Section Low Energy Nuclear Reactions

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  • 2011 January
    Description of the Calorimetry in the Rossi Experiment at U Bologna January 14 2011 by Jed Rothwell The experiment has been underway at U Bologna since mid December 2010 It has been done several times Several professors with expertise in related subjects such as calorimetry are involved LIST OF MAIN EQUIPMENT IN EXPERIMENT A hydrogen tank and a method of measuring the hydrogen flow accurate to 0 1 g 10 liter tank reservoir which is refilled as needed during the run Displacement pump Tube from pump to Rossi device The Rossi device is known as an ECat Outlet tube from the Rossi device which emits hot water or steam Thermocouples in the reservoir ambient air and the outlet tube A Delta Ohm monitor to measure the relative humidity of the steam This is to confirm that it is dry steam that is steam only with no water droplets This is a model HD37AB1347 IAQ with a high temperature HP474AC SICRAM sensor which measures enthalpy as noted in the brochure Alternating current heater used to bring the Rossi device up to the working temperature METHOD The reservoir water temperature is measured at 13 C ambient air at 23 C The heater is set to about 1000 W to heat up the Rossi device Hydrogen is admitted to the Rossi device The displacement pump is turned on injecting water into the Rossi device at 292 ml min The water comes out as warm water at first then as a mixture of steam and water and finally after about 30 minutes as dry steam This is confirmed with the relative humidity meter As the device heats up heater power is reduced to around 400 W RESULTS The test run on January 14 lasted for 1 hour After the first 30 minutes the outlet

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  • 2010 November
    Navy Cold Fusion Research Video Introduction LIBRARY Summary Detail Summary without border Details without border Most recent without border Publications without border JCMNS index without border Most recent Publications J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci index Direct access to Library folder Library Guide Archives for November 2010 ICCF 14 Proceedings uploaded November 1 2010 The Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science ICCF 14 have been uploaded

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