I am convinced that if a way to get the energy inside the matter exist, sooner or later it will be discovered.
With this idea I started some experiments. Without many pretensions and animated by the curiosity to see with my eyes what happened under certain conditions, I equipped to establish what I was able to do and how far I could go. Over time experiments have gradually become more complex and complete. In those currently in progress there is continuous monitoring of the input and output power during the test. Their integral over time provides the exchanged energies. To simplify measurements of the input and output power, I decided to provide the first with a DC power supply and the second by gathering the heat generated with a water flow. In this way, the electrical power input is given by the product of the voltage by the current intensity while the thermal power gathered is given by the product of the flow rate by the temperature variation for the specific heat at constant pressure of the water.
Day by day I'm posting in my blog Scienza Laterale the results obtained explaining what I am doing as much as possible. Please don’t care if I intentionally avoid writing useful information for an independent replica.
It is not my intention to feed illusions: thermal excess is still a far goal.
At the moment the maximum COP obtained was 0.8 which is a loss-making result. In practice, only 80J of thermal energy are recovered for every 100J of electrical energy introduced. The 20J deficit is due to heat dissipation in parts of the setup that do not contribute to the heating of the water circulating in the exchanger and to losses on the exchanger itself as it does not have thermal insulation.
Those who have carried out similar experiments are well aware of the difficulty in recovering all the heat to arrive at the unit COP. A COP of 0.8 is however a reasonable starting point because it is high enough to allow the detection of even modest anomalies.
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