As indicated above, the program can begin with previously discussed system concepts and parameters, e.g.:
- scaling-up from liquid electrolysis experiments to industrial systems would be difficult.
- deuterium gas loading in gaseous systems can be just as operative as electrolytic loading for liquid systems.
- the role of microscopic crevices and channels of the system’s cathode reaction material.
- reasons for consolidated metal powder as cathode reaction material.
- the role of deuterium diffusion rate.
- the role of reaction material (cathode) temperature (e.g., from a built-in electric heater).
- the requirement to remove the additional heat produced by cold fusion.
- the need to remove helium produced by cold fusion.
- (added) the need (desire) to use pressure (i.e., density of gas), electric fields and thermal diffusion to load the cathode reaction material.
Perhaps readers of this post could add their own "one liner" concepts and parameters of most interest to them. After a good list is composed, it would then be possible to add explanatory comments to each one.