The "problem" of excess energy in cavitation heating commercial products

  • Another company commercializing cavitation based systems for heating, again making no claims express or implied about "overunity" but of unespecified high efficiency of conversion of electrical power to heat fluids.


    http://ctsystems.ua/?page_id=16

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

  • Another company commercializing cavitation based systems for heating, again making no claims express or implied about "overunity" but of unespecified high efficiency of conversion of electrical power to heat fluids.


    http://ctsystems.ua/?page_id=16

    Cavitation seems to form a micro plasma splitting hydrogen and oxygen for a split second. IDK but seems like little temporary hydrogen condensing plasma environments can persist just long enough to at least break even. The rotational hydrodynamic friction would then be converted directly into heat assisted by small amounts of dense hydrides .

  • IMO release of free energy during cavitation doesn't require plasma formation. It's just process during which the heat of fluid gets converted to mechanical energy. The formation of small bubbles requires overcoming of activation energy, because due to surface tension the pressure inside small bubbles gets higher than in the large ones: it's thus typical negentropic process during which the thermodynamic time arrow get reversed. But once the bubble expands, then energy density of final state gets lower than energy density of initial state, the potential energy curve thus changes its slope during it.


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  • IMO release of free energy during cavitation doesn't require plasma formation. It's just process during which the heat of fluid gets converted to mechanical energy. The formation of small bubbles requires overcoming of activation energy, because due to surface tension the pressure inside small bubbles gets higher than in the large ones: it's thus typical negentropic process during which the thermodynamic time arrow get reversed. But once the bubble expands, then energy density of final state gets lower than energy density of initial state, the potential energy curve thus changes its slope during it.


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    This isn't free energy. That's a good diagram for exothermic reactions though.

    The cavititation (=sono fusion) we know/discuss here of R.Stringham verifiable produces 4-He out of Heavy water. Of course this is also free energy!

    And this is closer to it! It's either fusion or could also be *D2(1/4) or dense deuteride catalysed condensation.