David J. Naget of Nucat Energy LLC wrote this report, as a synthesis of LENR state of the art.
Evidence of Operability and Utility from Low Energy Nuclear Reaction Experiments
An objective of this report is to remove doubt about measured results from Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR) experiments, even though the mechanisms that produce LENR are not fully understood. The report demonstrates that there is much reputable evidence in available technical records, which shows LENR devices are capable of producing energy. It has been demonstrated experimentally and often that chemical energies can produce nuclear reactions. Significant energy gains are possible. The “excess heat” found by Fleischmann and Pons has attractive features. They include low levels of prompt and residual radiation, and no production of green house gases. Reaction by-products, such as tritium or helium, are also generated. They can only result from nuclear reactions. Low Energy Nuclear Reactions have great practical potential.
2. Overview of LENR Experiments and Results
3. Information about and from LENR Experiments
4. Power and Energy Measurement Technologies
5. Energy Production Measurements
6. Tritium Production Measurements
7. Helium Production Measurements
8. Production of Other Elements in LENR Experiments
Appendix A. Selected Papers on Energy Production
Appendix B. Selected Papers on Tritium Production
Appendix C. Selected Papers on Helium Production
Appendix D. Papers from the U.S. Navy SPAWAR-Pacific Laboratory
About the Author
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If you use it, a great thanks sent to David Nagel will surely be appreciated.