Experiment by Nick Oseyko - Ukraine

  • From @Nick Oseyko Ukraine







  • Okay, but we should notice to not misinterpret this experiment:


    It was just checked if the PID is stepping down the current for the heater elements when it detects that the heat is hold with less input energy (= there has to be another heat source, in best case the LENR reaction).
    :lenr:


    This was no lugano replication, only a test if it is possible to see possible excess heat reliable by looking at the behaviour of the PID input power regulation. :golly:

  • Was there also noticeable cooling of the reactor outer surface when extra power is fed to the core? The thermal resistance is greater from the core to the surface than from the heater to the surface, so that should happen.
    For the same reason, the amount of total energy should decrease. It, however, does not seem to happen in the study. ?( :hmm:

  • Was there also noticeable cooling of the reactor outer surface when extra power is fed to the core? The thermal resistance is greater from the core to the surface than from the heater to the surface, so that should happen.
    For the same reason, the amount of total energy should decrease. It, however, does not seem to happen in the study. ?( :hmm:


    Sounds reasonable.
    I did not put my attention to the measurement of total energy at all, as it was not planned.
    I checked the temp of the outer surface few times, but just because of being curios, not for writing it down. I didn't mention anything strange with it.