this kind of reaction is cold fusion
At any rate impacting TiDx with 10-25keV D is not LENR
The Lipinski 2013 experimental results for Li +P fusion
The maximum rate occurred with protons incident on the
target at an energy of about 500 eV,"
look a good deal colder than the Helis 10 keV results
but are still warm
However the yield from such collision experiments is low.
10 kev = 116,000,000 K(Boltzmann)
500 eV = 5,802000 K .
by collisons only...
some cold fusion might happen well below 1eV.. but there wouldn't be much
of course there are catalytic and orientative mechanisms proposed
but these don't tend to happen if the collisions are happening at speeds much greater than bullets.
S. Lipinski and H. Lipinski, Hydrogen-lithium fusion
device, Patent No. WO 2014/189799 A9, 2013.