MFMP project ULTR: Is it possible to induce transmutation using an off-the-shelf affordable ultrasonic cleaner? Two years later the answer is a resounding Yes!

  • The relevant patent application by Dieter Seeliger and Bernhard Krieg:

    Method and arrangement for heat recovery by means of cavitation and their combination with other excitation methods

    (this is the Google translation of the original patent application written in German language)

    No mentioning of Helium and/or transmutations (probably on purpose).

    Mind the list of non-patent citations (e.g. one of Holmlid !) and cited patent (applications).


    The invention relates to a method and an arrangement for heat generation by means of cavitation in aqueous media from exothermic, metal grid-supported, electromagnetic reactions of hydrogen as fuel. Furthermore, the invention relates to a suitable choice of material for the process, the advantageous combination of cavitation with electrolysis, gas discharge and catalytic recombination and the control and control of the processes. An arrangement shown in Figure 4 shows an example of the application of the method as a compact, portable small system. Ultrasound is generated in the piezoelectric generator 5, passed through the emitter 6 in the Kavitationsmedium 7 and triggers cavitation. Target 8, emitter 6 and cavitation medium 7 serve simultaneously as electrolysis cell in-situ to support the exothermic reactions. The end face of the target 8 forms with counter electrode 20, dielectric 19 and gas discharge space 18 a chamber in which the cathode gas 26 flows through a DBD discharge as a post-reaction. In the recombiner 17, the catalytic recombination of cathode gas 26 and anode gas 27 to water takes place.

  • This is the trouble faced by using nano-sized particle Pd LENR reseasrch. It works! But how can you harness this energy without destroying the reactor vessel or the particles deposited? Why not go up to the mega scale using Ni, Ag or Au - not Lead into gold, but add a proton to each and we get Cu, Pd or Hg. The problem remains how to maintain a sub-critical level of negative muons, neutrons and protons within the reactor vessel. The same laws apply to LENR as to nuclear fission, so we need a just sub-critical mass to release heat which can be measured whilst applying AC voltage across the reactor electrodes, If it starts to overheat, then simply turn down the voltage! :) :) :)

  • Method and arrangement for heat recovery by means of cavitation and their combination with other excitation methods

    It is probably the phonons within the Pt lattice that play a crucial role, compressing high density deuterium atoms together.

    I wonder whether it would be more effective to mount the ultrasound actuator directly on the Pt electrode instead.

    The advantage of doing so is that it is also much easier to tune the construction such that resonance occurs which causes less required input energy and higher compression force amplitudes.