Check out Frank Gordon's presentation. Impressive! And it has been replicated by two first-class researchers.
We are organizing a Workshop on Low Energy Nuclear Reactions this
weekend from 22nd to 24th Jan 2021. The workshop is being held to
honour and commemorate one of the pioneers of the field, Dr. M
Srinivasan, who passed away recently. The speakers are from across the
globe and there are presentations of new amazing experimental results
and exciting theoretical advances. All the presentations are available on Youtube and the link to the workshop website given below will take you there. The Zoom meetings
are mainly for discussions and the Zoom link is available at the
website. We are also running a Slack channel for asynchronous
discussions and if you would like to join the same please register at
the website so that we can send you an invitation. The workshop is
open to all and you are invited to attend.
Workshop Website: https://sites.google.com/view/lenr-workshop/registration
K P Rajeev, Pankaj Jain & Raj Ganesh Pala
Indian Institute of Technology at Kanpur
I hope to have time to review some of the presentations, is there a list with the titles at least?
Discussion on this topic moved to Frank Gordon's "Lattice Energy Converter (LEC)"...replicators workshop.
For our French language speakers, here's a comment from Jacques Ruer...
LENR workshop in memory of Dr. M. Srinivasan 22nd-24th Jan 2021
Certains d’entre nous ont eu le plaisir de rencontrer Mahadeva Srinivasan. Il a été un des pionniers de la recherche sur la fusion froide au sein du centre de recherche atomique de Bombay en Inde (BARC). Il était un homme très sympathique avec qui il faisait bon discuter. Il est décédé récemment et ses collègues ont organisé un colloque à sa mémoire. Ce colloque réunit d’importantes contributions des plus éminents chercheurs actuels dans notre domaine.
La plupart des contributions ont été enregistrées et sont déjà disponibles sur You Tube :
Ces présentations sont en anglais. Les personnes intéressées trouveront dans celles-ci une source d’informations de première main.
I strongly recommend reading the paper linked in Frank’s presentation (Rout, Srinivasan and Garg 1996 Fusion Technology)
More papers from this group are indexed together here:
Thanks Frank. Looks like it is time to start a new thread about your LEC. Will take a little while, but I will move the applicable posts from this thread to the new one. Still thinking of a title, but if you don't like it, just say so and one of us can change it.
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LENR-Forum member Francesco CELANI has asked me to post a link to an updated version of his presentation at the Srinavasan Memorial Workshop.
This is a presentation held at the International LERN Workshop in memory of Dr. Mahadeva Srinivasan, Kanpur-India, on January 22-24, 2021. It is divided in two parts, the first describes a new experimental setup for enhancing LENR phenomena in Constantan wires and it is an extension of what presented already at the Workshop “Assisi Nel Vento 5” (ANV5), Assisi-Italy, December 18-19, 2020 . Further, new, details on unconventional pulse excitation, with both new procedures and hardware are provided. In the second part instead, we summarize the findings on the association between LENR occurrence, thermionic phenomena, and the presence of low work-function materials (LWF). We also draw some parallelism with thermionic cathodes and industrial catalysts design. In fact, we believe that LENR studies may borrow extremely valuable information from the developments occurred in the past century in both fields. In that respect, we show how cermet thermionic cathodes, and composite catalysts, could be used as a base for the design of practical LENR devices.
Dr. Celani would be particularly interested to read comments on the paper.
One can quickly see some parallel with the LEC, and remember that The MFMP and JP Biberian observed gamma during H loading. I am sure this is going in the right direction.