CleanHME: new EU-funded LENR research project

  • A video by CleanHME presenting their research

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  • A video by CleanHME presenting their research

    I would like to give them credit and respect, while working on LENR as a scientific institution. I think for many universities there is still this dogma not to touch LENR. Unfortunatley not much activity at universities in Switzerland, Germany or Austria. At least so far I know...unfortunatley .

  • 3rd periodic report from CleanHME:


    https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/951974/reporting

    What they say they have done - but not an advance on state of the art - such indications have been observed for very many years:


    Indication of nuclear events, typically weak neutron emissions and strong anomalous exothermic reactions have been detected during experiments based on Ni/C, Ni/Cu, Ni/Al, and other catalyzing elements both under hydrogen or deuterium atmosphere. Several potentially active materials have been designed and are being tested in different laboratories of our consortium. During a significant number of successful experiments, strong AHEs have been measured, thus demonstrating the effectiveness of the applied reaction activating procedures. Detected AHEs produced commercially promising COPs even if the most powerful exothermic reactions still last for relatively short periods. The power density achieved, however, is extremely promising.


    They hope - no new results reported:


    It is very likely that at the end of the project we will be able to have a demonstration unit capable of producing large amounts of energy with a high Coefficient Of Performance.

    Such a working demonstration unit would open new perspectives for energy production in Europe and worldwide. A new source of green energy at low cost, easily available everywhere would allow for a new industrial applications and the actual development of extremely efficient smart grids. Additionally, the total absence of climate affecting emissions from the HME generators could give a real, effective contribution to the containment of ongoing climate changes.

    The fallback (what we all know they will have data on):
    We could also demonstrate very large screening energies determined in proton and deuteron induced nuclear reactions observed in the accelerator experiments on some metallic alloys. The results will allow to understand the enhancement mechanisms of nuclear reactions at extremely low energies and propose special materials for gas-loading experiments. The corresponding theory of the deuteron-deuteron nuclear reactions predicting the nuclear reaction rates at thermal energies has been developed.



  • What they say they have done - but not an advance on state of the art - such indications have been observed for very many years:


    Indication of nuclear events, typically weak neutron emissions and strong anomalous exothermic reactions have been detected during experiments based on Ni/C, Ni/Cu, Ni/Al, and other catalyzing elements both under hydrogen or deuterium atmosphere. Several potentially active materials have been designed and are being tested in different laboratories of our consortium. During a significant number of successful experiments, strong AHEs have been measured, thus demonstrating the effectiveness of the applied reaction activating procedures.

    It might be an advance on the state of the art. It says "strong AHEs have been measured." How strong? How reliably? How steady is the heat? If they can produce steady heat on demand that would advance the state of the art.



    (Note. You are quoting from: https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/951974/reporting)

  • As said the old guard had enough connections to secure all money and thus you will never get any info as the old guard has no clue of CF. Of course they understand how to set up experiments, same as my wive that knows to cook a Chinese or Japanese meal.

    Perhaps you could set an example for CleanHME to follow, and release your data? It has been quite a few years now.


    And here is their team: Team members – CleanHME I see some of the old guard, but many new (some young looking) faces. Judging by their progress report teppo linked to, I would say the combination of old and new is paying off. Those are very strong words they have to say -as THHuxleynew reminds us, and I doubt they would say such things if they didn't have the results to prove it.


  • It might be an advance on the state of the art. It says "strong AHEs have been measured." How strong? How reliably? How steady is the heat? If they can produce steady heat on demand that would advance the state of the art.



    (Note. You are quoting from: https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/951974/reporting)

    It might be.


    My comment: the text was too ambiguous to know - and more tellingly they list it in the results so far summary, not the advances on state of the art so far summary. So presumably they do not view it as that.

  • Perhaps you could set an example for CleanHME to follow

    Yes, as we get no money we should give them real results for free. That makes absolutely sense...

    The young people in HME are the Students doing classic non CF -related work e.g. in Poland...


    But this is an EU problem. If there is a cake you have to make 6 pieces at least even if there are only 4 projects that really claim to do CF...

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