Mizuno : Publication of kW/COP2 excess heat results

  • As vortex and ECW relayed, Tahakashi Mizuno published astounding results :


    It is a preprint for JCMNS25

    Observation of excess heat by activated metal and deuterium gas


    Reports of heat-generating cold fusion reactions in the nickel–hydrogen system have been increasing. The reactions mainly involve nickel with other additive elements. The authors of these reports emphasized the importance of an extremely clean system in the electrolytic tests in which excess heat was generated. Therefore, we attempted to detect excess heat after reducing impurities to a minimum by cleaning the electrode carefully and then fabricating nanoparticles in situ in our test system, without ever exposing them to air. As a result, energy far exceeding input was continuously obtained. In the best results obtained thus far, the output thermal energy is double the input electrical energy, amounting to several hundred watts. The generated thermal energy follows an exponential temperature function. When the reactor temperature is 300°C, the generated energy is 1 kW. An increase of the temperature is expected to greatly increase the output energy.
    We have recently improved the preparation of the electrode material. This enhanced reproducibility and increased excess heat. The new methods are described in an appendix.

    E-cat world published a quick summary to discuss on that paper


    To be confirmed but it seems a breakthrough.

    I noticed that Mizuno explained that the deposition of Pd on Ni electrode through plasma process, prepare the reaction.

    It remind me the Cathodic Sputtering that Didier grass&al realized on their electrodes, leading after an electrolysisi to a brutal excess heat production possibly of LENR source.

    The paper is very detailed on the process, and may help replicators (even if I imagine getting help from Mizuno to replicate will be essential).