Could you tell anything about the COP of the new wires?
And thanks from the US for reporting on all of this for us.
I will ask, and the signal over noise too.
Is it possible to upload a bit more high resolution pictures of the poster? Maybe like a 4x4 mosaic? The current image is just beyond the point of being readable.
22passi obtained the latest Celani poster
Francesco Celani, senior researcher of the National Institute of Nuclear Physics, pioneer of cold fusion, these days presented all'ICCF19 of Padua a poster summarizing the latest developments of thermal and electrical anomalies measured on wire Constantan nanostructured (composition: 55% Copper, 44% Nickel, Manganese 1% more traces of iron up to 0.5%).
The first measurements of anomalous macroscopic currents were recorded on individual strands of wire and date back to June of 2014, are not attributable to ' Seebeck effect that needs as we know of two metal conductors of different composition.
The wires are about a meter long and have a thickness of 100 to 200 microns, are nanostructured surface through a process developed by the same Celani at the laboratories of the Institute of Nuclear Physics in Frascati with the contribution of external colleagues.
The measures of electrical current have been performed on nanostructured wires, electrically insulated from each other with sheaths made of borosilicate glass (in the jargon hanging electric). To dispel any possibility of error, such measures were also carried out with instruments battery not connected to the electricity grid. For the more thorough analysis you can download the poster in format .pdf from the following link:
Posters Francesco Celani all'ICCF19
Vessela's blog publish an article
An interesting post sent by Alessandro Cavalieri on a scientifically promising Ni-H research line performed in Italy producing an unexplained “side effect”:
I found extremely intriguing – because it could open a completely new area of research in Physics if it will be confirmed by other researchers – the effect of spontaneous generation of a potential difference, orvoltage, found in Constantan wires by Francesco Celani(Italian National Institute of Nuclear Physics, INFN),Giorgio Vassallo (University of Palermo, Italy) and their many collaborators.
Some of the results obtained using these wires in a simple dissipation reactor (see the picture above) made of a thick-walled boro-silicate glass tube, were quite reproducible and the Anomalous Heat Effect (AHE) detected (at Constantan wire surface temperatures of 160 – 400°C) was about 5-10W with 50W of electric input power.
Periodically, the resistance of one constantan wire was measured by a general-purpose multimeter to evaluate the presence of absorbed Hydrogen. They observed that the wire resistance decreases (up to values as low as 70% of initial one, the so-called R/Ro ratio), when the Constantan wire is heated in presence of Hydrogen.
Here is the poster posted by Celani (on Vortex and CMNS)Quote
as suggested by Peter Gluck,
I am sending copy of our Poster, shown along the 6 days of ICCF19.
* BTW, it was "STRONGLY", several times, visited from most of the partecipants at the Conference.
It was nice to explain them the several details involved in the preparation of second generation wires and improved experimenatl set-up (addition of Fe, SrO; Xe-H2 gas mixture; specific calibrations).
Thanks for Your attention,