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  • Irving is back in the LENR game it seems, here's a very recent paper with some (limited) info on superwaves, his magic method of triggering LENR. He shows it works for every system.


    https://www.researchgate.net/publication/228677537_Intensification_of_low_energy_nuclear_reactions_using_superwave_excitation


    I suspect that this is two oscillator circuits with the lower frequency one stable and the superimposed peaks being driven by a second higher-frequency oscillator circuit whose output voltage from base to peak is driven and controlled by the instantaneous voltage in the first circuit.


    I don't think it's a huge problem - in fact the double trace shown in this paper could almost be represented by a single trace.

  • Attached is the CFRL News No. 116 with following items;

    1. My paper “Peculiarities of Physics and Chemistry in the Transition Metal Hydrides” will be published in the JCMNS Vol. 37 (2022), ISSN 2227-3123.

    2. DOE, USA, will fund up to $10 million to establish for the low-energy nuclear reactions (LENR) research.

    3. The paper H. Kozima, “A Sketch of the Solid State-Nuclear Sciences” presented at the 23rd International Conference on the Cold Fusion (ICCF23) was published as the Reports of the CFRL 22-1, pp. 1 – 28 (January 2022).


    The News of the DOE funding of 10 million for the LENR is a very good one for the development of the science of the solid state nuclear physics.


    Hoping your successful activities in your work,


    Hideo Kozima Cold Fusion Research Laboratory Yatsu 597-16, Aoi, Shizuoka, 421-1202, Japan


    Website: http://www.kozima-cfrl.com/

  • This is a poster abstract that was uploaded 2 weeks ago and has an interesting description but seems to have not been presented yet, does anyone know which event is this?


    https://abstracts-regional.ise-online.org/infiles/doc_production/reg220239.pdf


    Electrodeposition of Pd on CR-39

    Kimmo Pyyhtiä, Pekka Peljo

    Battery Materials and Technologies, Materials Engineering, University of Turku, Finland

    [email protected]

    Anomalous heat and energetic particle generation in electrochemical co-deposition of Pd/D has been a

    controversial problem since the first reports of such effects in late 1980s. During the “cold fusion boom”

    of 1990s the phenomenon was widely researched but no conclusive results were achieved and low energy

    nuclear reaction was labeled mostly as pseudoscience. Some research has continued until present day and

    there has been growing interest in recent years on revisiting the topic of cold fusion as the world is in ever

    more dire need of new sustainable energy generation technologies.

    One of the greatest problems with cold fusion, along with the lack of suitable theoretical framework, is

    the low reproducibility of the experiments, especially the ones where excess heat has been reported. The

    basis of this work performed within the Horizon 2020 FET Proactive project HERMES has been in

    reproducing experiments performed by Mosier-Boss et. al. [1-2] and in identifying what variables affect

    the number of observed energetic particle tracks left on CR-39 nuclear track detectors.

    In this work Pd/D co-deposition was performed in an electrochemical cell in the presence of a CR-39

    nuclear track detector. Upon depositing palladium on Ag wire, dendritic structures were formed and after

    the multi-day experiments had finished the etched CR-39 detectors were analyzed for signs of high

    energy particles. Energetic particles break the polymer chains of CR-39 plastic which grow into visible

    pits when etched with an alkaline solution. The experiments were performed with many combinations of

    different electroactive species (PdCl2, CuCl2, PtCl2) with different supporting electrolytes (LiCl and KCl)

    and dissolved in either H2O or D2O. The contents of the electrolytes before and after the experiments

    were analyzed with ICP-MS to detect possible deviations of Pd isotope ratios from the natural abundance

    ratios. We will summarize our results in this poster.


    Discussed here The European LENR project HERMES - Page 3 - News - LENR Forum (lenr-forum.com)

    I certainly Hope to see LENR helping humans to blossom, and I'm here to help it happen.

  • A new paper of impact targets to produce super heavy elements by cold fusion using targets of Bismuth and Lead.


    Heavy ion fusion with lead and bismuth targets - Pramana
    The cold fusion reactions with lead and bismuth as targets were used in the synthesis of superheavy elements (SHE) with mass number up to 113. Researchers…
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    Heavy ion fusion with lead and bismuth targets


    Pramana volume 96, Article number: 146 (2022) Cite this article

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    Abstract

    The cold fusion reactions with lead and bismuth as targets were used in the synthesis of superheavy elements (SHE) with mass number up to 113. Researchers ignored the cold fusion reactions in the synthesis of SHE>113. This may be due to the improper choice of projectiles. The present study focusses on cold fusion reactions leading to the formation of SHE from Z=112

    to 126. Suitable projectiles for the fusion reaction using 208Pb and 209Bi targets were identified. The fusion and evaporation residue cross-sections are evaluated using advance statistical model. The produced cross-sections were compared with the available experiments. Suitable projectiles for synthesising the superheavy elements with Z=104–126 using lead and bismuth targets are predicted. The predicted production cross-sections vary from nanobarn (nb) to picobarn (pb). The use of spherical–spherical projectile and target yields larger cross-sections than spherical–deformed or deformed–spherical projectile and target combination.

    I certainly Hope to see LENR helping humans to blossom, and I'm here to help it happen.

  • This is a poster abstract that was uploaded 2 weeks ago and has an interesting description but seems to have not been presented yet, does anyone know which event is this?


    https://abstracts-regional.ise…_production/reg220239.pdf

    ISE Regional Meeting in Prague, August 15th to 19th

    International Society of Electrochemistr


    Symposium 7 Physical electrochemistry (s7-008 Pyyhtiä, Peljo)

    https://regional.ise-online.org/img-Prague/Program/s7_posters.pdf

  • Akihito Takahashi adds new report on his ResearchGate project, they had to switch from their previous “C system” to a new and improved “D system” which provides more accurate thermometry and Can withstand higher temperatures. They claim the C system was not being able to capture and thus was under reporting the excess heat. IMHO this is great news.


    Abstract:


    We have studied the so-called AHE (anomalous heat effect) by calorimetry of our C-system. The C-system was designed to make accurate detection of excess thermal power larger than several W/kg-sample. By our latest data with significant increase of excess thermal power of the MHE (nano-metal hydrogen energy) experiment, we have met to needs for improving the system. Especially in cases of observing 200W/kg-sample level excess power evolution using re-calcined PNZ-and CNZ-type MHE powder-samples, we have found some drawbacks in calorimetry with the C-system. We have therefore developed a new system, called D-system. In our new system (D-system), we have made the following improvements: a) Heat recovery system to cover higher temperature conditions as over 500°C of hydrogen gas condition of reaction chamber b) Increase detection points of heat sensors c) Reaction chamber assembly with high temperature-tight performance One drawback of the C-system was due to the problem that calorimetry inaccuracy became very large (underestimation) when coolant oil temperature reached at boiling point (ca. 350°C). In the D-system, we use the heat recovery by radiation heat transfer from the surface of reaction chamber settled in outer vacuum chamber. As a result, we can operate H-gas feeding runs with MHE sample powder to extend for much higher temperature conditions. We can take characteristic AHE data of excess thermal power with additional key data as evolution of H/Ni loading ratio. Characteristic feature of latest AHE data will be shown by another paper in this JCF22 meeting.



    https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Akito-Takahashi-2/publication/363696764_New_MHE_Experiments_by_D-System/links/632a73c50a708521500d0634/New-MHE-Experiments-by-D-System.pdf?_sg%5B0%5D=_o8JX8Fh52csgfIvJcibKuv9B-xF4WRsq64xQVbKvEs5ax79MbKJZCaAmuo5sWJI24ujmDRZaZjUuHCeH2VWtw.HLCh-uMuIDSlSJijza9oJWLRItcW3XEZNyi-F_siQ8g266e4erBh2-OaHXui_8t-OLW9PNEXz9CJsx8rFaJaXw&_sg%5B1%5D=X2wKQx7njnric1ZDG-XH9hiulge2yNMWTlP2GFu_6xp8AoWmV1uFaf-l2r0TeLi1xZiiz1OXoNNvyAGwBQQ52_HLfQ5JsYlDNs_m0ryfhJpY.HLCh-uMuIDSlSJijza9oJWLRItcW3XEZNyi-F_siQ8g266e4erBh2-OaHXui_8t-OLW9PNEXz9CJsx8rFaJaXw&_iepl=

    I certainly Hope to see LENR helping humans to blossom, and I'm here to help it happen.

  • Theresa Benyo and Lawrence Forsley are looking for ways to improve existing Nuclear Reactions Modeling Software to incorporate below 1MeV and Electron Screening effects in the modeling.


    The presentation outline is shared in this link:


    https://custom.cvent.com/184F82DD73C94B5DA7BCE5DA8F257665/files/event/248345be235644959142f8f72c74ef71/0c02feb8415f49a19fc5db719fc756ea.pdf


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    MCNP Fusion Modeling of Electron-Screened Ions

    L. Forsley1 and T. Benyo2

    1Global Energy Corporation, San Diego, CA, United States

    2NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, OH, United States

    Corresponding Author Email: [email protected]

    I certainly Hope to see LENR helping humans to blossom, and I'm here to help it happen.