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  • LENR Question from India's AERB/Adelphi

    04/14/2021 9:04:04 PM PDT · by Kevmo · 5 replies
    Question Asked 21st Jun, 2020 Prashant Sharma Atomic Energy Regulatory Board Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR) People say that LENR will change the geo political and geo economic scenarios of the world...Is this technology really that great and capable...??? Nuclear Engineering Share ResearchGate Logo Get help with your research Join ResearchGate to ask questions, get input, and advance your work. Join for free Log in All Answers (3) 7th Jul, 2020 Kenneth Ricci Adelphi Technology Inc. Research into Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (also related to topics "Cold Fusion" and "Chemically Assisted Nuclear Reactions) is controversial, mainly because some physicists, chemists,...
  • Progress Toward an Understanding of LENR–AHE Effects in Coated Constantan Wires in D2 Atmosphere: DC/AC Voltage Stimulation

    04/14/2021 3:42:42 AM PDT · by Kevmo · 12 replies
    Researchgate ^ | December 2020 | Celani
    Progress Toward an Understanding of LENR–AHE Effects in Coated Constantan Wires in D2 Atmosphere: DC/AC Voltage Stimulation Francesco Celani ⇤,†, C. Lorenzetti, G. Vassallo‡, E. Purchi, S. Fiorilla, S. Cupellini, M. Nakamura, R. Burri, P. Boccanera, P. Cerreoni and A. Spallone§. Abstract This paper presents a summary and some deeper details about the experiments presented at the 22nd International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science (ICCF22). It reports on the experimental study of LENR phenomena in Constantan (Cu55Ni44Mn1) from its inception in 2011 to the most recent experiments. Using an empirical approach we identified the effect of surface modification of...
  • Neutron Energy Bands in the Compound and Composite CF Materials – Speculation on the Bases of the TNCF and ND Models

    04/12/2021 6:51:34 PM PDT · by Kevmo · 42 replies
    Researchgate ^ | April 2021 | Hideo Kozima
    Neutron Energy Bands in the Compound and Composite CF Materials – Speculation on the Bases of the TNCF and ND Models –+ Hideo Kozima Cold Fusion Research Laboratory; 597-16 Yatsu, Aoi, Shizuoka, 421-1202 Japan E-mail; + This is an extended version of the paper with the same title to be published in Proceedings of JCF21, 21-4 (2021), ISSN 2187-2260. Abstract Using a phenomenological approach by the TNCF (trapped neutron catalyzed fusion) and the ND (neutron drop) models, we have given a unified explanation of the complex features of the cold fusion phenomenon (CFP). In the phenomenological approach, the...
  • Animation of Linear Bose-Einstein Condensate Model for LENR

    04/11/2021 9:28:12 AM PDT · by Kevmo · 29 replies
    Physics Girl ^ | 2020 | multiple authors
    Linear momentum bounce video Animation of what Superwaves author calls the “school of fish” effect
  • 1 Dimensional LENR Theories

    04/10/2021 3:17:42 AM PDT · by Kevmo · 5 replies
    multiple ^ | 2 years ago | Kevmo
    LENR Forum Physics 1 Dimensional LENR Theories Mar 8th 2019 1 2 3 Member Mar 8th 2019 We're pulling this 1 Dimensional theory discussion from various areas of LENR-Forum as well as elsewhere on the web. How do you convince a skeptic? --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Here's the place to start when discussing 1 dimensional amplification effects. Basically, if a linear "AstroBlaster" tube effect can be in place, then the 1 dimensional collisions are amplified and may be enough to overwhelm the Coulomb barrier and cause Fusion. How would a linear tube effect happen? By constraining the degrees of motion for...
  • This Nuclear Reactor Just Made Fusion Viable by 2030. Seriously.

    04/09/2021 2:49:53 PM PDT · by Wonder Warthog · 42 replies
    Popular Mechanics ^ | April 8 2021 | Carolyn Delbert
    TAE Technologies, the world’s largest private fusion company, has announced it will have a commercially viable nuclear fusion power plant by 2030, which puts it years—or even decades—ahead of other fusion technology companies. The California-based company has raised $880 million in funding for its hydrogen-boron reactor. This reactor isn’t a traditional tokamak or stellarator; instead, it uses a confined particle acceleration mechanism that produces and confines plasma. All fusion technology has plasma, which mimics the extreme reactions that power all the stars—it’s what we’re emulating when we make fusion energy experiments. “Plasma is an oozy substance; the challenge of containing...
  • Enhancement of Excess Thermal Power in Interaction of Nano-Metal and H(D)-Gas

    04/07/2021 6:09:38 PM PDT · by Kevmo · 28 replies
    Researchgate ^ | Feb 2020 | Akito Takahashi, Toyoshi Yokose, Yutaka MoriShow and others.
    Enhancement of Excess Thermal Power in Interaction of Nano-Metal and H(D)-Gas February 2020 Project: Leading the Japanese Gvt NEDO project on anomalous heat effect of nano-metal and hydrogen gas interaction Akito Takahashi, Toyoshi Yokose, Yutaka MoriShow and others. FILES Abstract and Figures Significant enhancement of excess thermal power by the anomalous heat effect (AHE) has been attained by our latest experiments on interaction of binary nano-composite metal powders and H (or D) gas at elevated temperature of 300-400 °C. Observed excess thermal power levels in average were 10, 86 and 186 W/kg-sample for PNZ10, PNZ10r and PNZ10rr, respectively with...
  • US Navy Patent Application for Low Energy Nuclear Reactor

    04/06/2021 8:15:51 PM PDT · by Kevmo · 59 replies
    US Patent Office ^ | March 2021 | Lowry, Barker , Stacy, et al
    The assignee is the “United States of America, as represented by the Secretary of the Navy” The inventors are: Rayms-Keller; Pearl; (Fredericksburg, VA) ; Lowry; Michael S.; (Fredericksburg, VA) ; Barker; Stacy R.; (King George, VA) Abstract: “A low energy nuclear reactor (LENR) is provided for producing thermal energy. The LENR includes first and second vessels and an ignitor. The first vessel defined a first chamber containing LENR fuel. The second vessel disposed inside the first vessel defines a second chamber containing exothermic material. The ignitor initiates the exothermic material by sparking. The LENR fuel reacts to produce the...
  • Production of Ultra-dense Hydrogen H(0): A Novel Nuclear Fuel

    04/06/2021 4:17:58 AM PDT · by Kevmo · 17 replies
    International Journal of Hydrogen Energy Available online 26 March 2021 Production of ultra-dense hydrogen H(0): A novel nuclear fuel Highlights • The use of hydrogen nuclear fuel is tabulated for several types of fusion reactors. • The steps in the formation of ultra-dense hydrogen H(0) at surfaces are described. • The main function of the catalyst is to give enough density of bound alkali atoms. • High density of alkali atoms is required so that alkali RM clusters can be formed. • The use of catalysts forming H(0) in chemical industry is investigated. Abstract Condensation of hydrogen Rydberg atoms...
  • Why E-Cat is a Hoax

    04/05/2021 12:24:39 PM PDT · by fuente · 34 replies
    Skeptical Enquirer ^ | Feb. 2019 | Sadri Hassani
    Calling something energy catalysis (E-Cat), low-energy nuclear reactions (LENR), or condensed matter nuclear science (CMNS) cannot hide the fact that the idea is simply the same cold fusion announced to the press in March 1989. As cold fusion was notoriously debunked by the scientific community in the 1990s (Close 1991; Huizenga 1994; Taubes 1993; see also David W. Ball’s article in this issue), new names such as these popped up to conceal the true identity of the idea.
  • 2 Peer Reviewed Replications of Mizuno's Cold Fusion Experiments

    04/05/2021 11:12:52 AM PDT · by Kevmo · 95 replies
    Mizuno Tech ^ | 2020 | Centre for Energy Research, Bangalore
    Mizuno Technology Inc. Scientific Publications Replication by the Centre for Energy Research, Bangalore, India "For an input power of more than 100 W the experiment with active materials showed more o/p energy when compared to the calibration run. For an i/p power up to 50 and in some experiments up to 100 W the system generated excess power of ~ 50%." Japanese Replication A japanese replication paper. Home ⋅ Contact ⋅ LENR Forum © Mizuno Technology Inc. 2020. All Rights Reserved.
  • Whether Cold Fusion or Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions, U.S. Navy Researchers Reopen Case

    03/30/2021 8:57:29 PM PDT · by Kevmo · 32 replies
    IEEE Spectrum ^ | March 22, 2021 | Michael Koziol
    Whether Cold Fusion or Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions, U.S. Navy Researchers Reopen Case By Michael Koziol Posted 22 Mar 2021 | 19:00 GMT After more than three decades of simmering debate in specialized physics groups and fringe research circles, the controversy over cold fusion (sometimes called low-energy nuclear reactions or LENRs) refuses to go away. On one hand, ardent supporters have lacked the consistent, reproducible results and the theoretical underpinning needed to court mainstream acceptance. On the other, vehement detractors cannot fully ignore the anomalous results that have continued to crop up, like the evidence for so-called “lattice-confinement fusion” adduced last...
  • Cold fusion 3: commercial future and Asia

    03/19/2021 6:45:41 AM PDT · by Wonder Warthog · 65 replies
    Asia Times ^ | NOVEMBER 19, 2019 | JONATHAN TENNENBAUM
    It is safe to say that cold fusion, if followed through in all its implications, has the potential to unleash revolutionary developments in many fields of science and technology. Moreover, it is likely that cold fusion is only one of a much broader family of nuclear reactions – Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR) – occurring in dense materials, which can generate energy without dangerous release of radiation and might be realized by relatively simple, compact devices. Judging from the ICCF-22 conference and relevant research literature – and disregarding various sensational, but dubious claims that continue to muddy the waters –...
  • Cold fusion 2: Japan wins with systematic method Meanwhile there's sensational news from Google

    03/15/2021 2:30:29 AM PDT · by Kevmo · 60 replies
    Asia Times ^ | Nov 2019 | Jonathan Tennenbaum
    Cold fusion 2: Japan wins with systematic method Meanwhile there's sensational news from Google By JONATHAN TENNENBAUM NOVEMBER 16, 2019 Print Prof. Yasuhiro Iwamura, head of the Condensed Matter Nuclear Research Center at Tohoku University and one of Japan’s leading cold fusion scientists. Photo: courtesy Yasuhiro Iwamura This is the second of a three-part series. Click here to read part one, which relates how early experimentation in cold fusion was largely abandoned due to disappointing results when researchers attempted to replicate findings – but the second wave of research is now showing promising results. In my view Japan – without...
  • Cold Fusiom: A Potential Energy Game Changer

    03/13/2021 1:00:50 PM PST · by Kevmo · 114 replies
    Asia Times ^ | Nov 2019 | Jonathan Tennenbaum
    Cold fusion: A potential energy gamechanger Think it's a failure, a joke? Think again. Big investors are positioning themselves, Japan & US in the lead By JONATHAN TENNENBAUM NOVEMBER 14, 2019 'Triple tracks' claimed as evidence for neutron emission from palladium deuteride. Photo: US Government, public domain This is the first of three installments. A desktop-sized nuclear reactor that generates energy without radioactivity – it sounds too good to be true. Indeed, the discovery of a novel form of nuclear energy called “cold fusion,” proclaimed in 1989 by the chemists Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons, has long been dismissed by...
  • Update from Aureon Energy

    03/08/2021 9:27:59 AM PST · by Kevmo · 43 replies
    science digest ^ | Gerard McEk
    February 16, 2021 • 103 Comments Update From Aureon Energy Thanks to Gerard McEk for posting the following update from Aureon Ltd. At the moment I am not sure what the source is for this text. It looks like it could be a communication to current and/or potential investors. In our latest experiments, we found transmutation occurring not only on the anode but all through the sample. Furthermore, the manganese that is being made in the atmosphere has been discovered to be depositing onto the cathode! Keep in mind, there is no manganese in SAFIRE. This shows the predictions by...
  • THE PATENTS FROM SAFIRE, as of 1-Jan-2020.

    03/04/2021 5:06:34 PM PST · by Kevmo · 20 replies
    Aureon ^ | 1 Jan 2020 | Aeureon corporate website
    THE PATENTS FROM SAFIRE, as of 1-Jan-2020. Patent Title Country Filing Date Status as of Jan. 1, 2020 Document ION GENERATOR APPARATUS United States 08/20/2018 Granted US10398015B2 (1) - 4834-0442-4630 1.pdf ION GENERATOR APPARATUS Canada 08/202018 Pending CA3014940 - 4824-9858-6550 1.pdf ELECTRODE ASSEMBLY FOR PLASMA GENERATION United States 08/20/2018 Pending US20190059149A1 - 4818-9309-8934 1.pdf ELECTRODE ASSEMBLY FOR PLASMA GENERATION Canada 08/20/2018 Pending CA3014970 - 4844-4520-2358 1.pdf PLASMA HEATING APPARATUS, SYSTEM AND METHOD United States 02/23/2018 Pending US 15904261 - 4818-2946-3990 1.pdf ELECTRODE ASSEMBLY FOR PLASMA GENERATION United States 08/18/2017 Pending ION GENERATOR APPARATUS United States 08/18/2017 Pending MANIPULATOR FOR MOVEMENT...
  • Google has at Least 2 Patents for Fusion Devices. They call it Enhanced Coulomb Repulsion

    03/03/2021 6:01:51 PM PST · by Kevmo · 55 replies
    Science Direct ^ | February 2020 | multiple authors
    Google is spending $10M/year on this program. They have assembled a group of experts on electrochemistry and calorimetry. They have published an article on this project in the prestigious peer reviewed magazine, Nature. The 2 patents =========================================== Google, University of Maryland File Patent based on ‘High Density Electron Clouds’ Thanks to Max Nozin for referencing a new patent application (published February 7th, 2019) filed by Google Inc. and the University of Maryland, College Park on Aug 3, 2017. The title is “Enhanced Electron Screening Through Plasmon Oscillations”. Here is the abstract: Enhanced Coulomb repulsion screening around light element...
  • Electrolytic Co-Deposition Neutrons Measured by Bubble Detectors

    03/01/2021 12:52:56 AM PST · by Kevmo · 36 replies
    Journal of Electroanalytic Chemistry ^ | Feb 1 2021 | Phillip Smith
    Elsevier Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry Volume 882, 1 February 2021, 115024 Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry Electrolytic co-deposition neutron production measured by bubble detectors Author Phillip J.Smith , Bruce M.Steinetz Highlights • Bubble detector neutron dosimeters measured electrochemical cell neutron activity • Case control: PdCl2/LiCl/D20 cells were compared with CuCl2/LiCl/D20 control cells • Experimental cells exhibited neutron activity greater than controls: 99% confidence • Highest neutron-generating experimental cells produced dendritic cathode deposits • Neutron activity cannot be explained by chemical reactions, only nuclear processes Abstract Co-deposition electrochemical cells are a simple means to examine novel nuclear reactions. In this study,...
  • Spacecraft of the Future Could be Powered by Lattice Confinement Fusion

    02/27/2021 11:40:42 PM PST · by Kevmo · 38 replies
    IEEE Spectrum ^ | Aug 5, 2020 | Michael Koziol
    NASA Funds Study of Lattice Confinement Fusion Posted on October 1, 2020 NASA returns to LENR as a fuel of the future or as they call it “lattice confinement” referring to the lattice structure formed by the atoms making up a piece of solid metal. The NASA group used samples of erbium and titanium for their experiments. Under high pressure, a sample was “loaded” with deuterium gas, an isotope of hydrogen with one proton and one neutron. The metal confines the deuterium nuclei, called deuterons, and excess energy is released via a fusion process. More can be read here: