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    The controller is an SCR with phase angle control. If conducting angle is small only two phases conduct. And voltage decrease with decreasing conducting phase angle.

    If the dummy test is with two phases conducting and the real test is with larger phase angle and three phases conducting, what does this mean for the issue discussed here?

    The inconel doped resistors are wound in spiral around the alumina. So it's an inductor in addition to resistor. Will the alumina conductivity increase at High temperature and the inductor transfer energy by inductive heating of the alumina in the real test? What would that mean to the issue discussed here?

    Acording to Appendix 4 in the report, The ICP-MS & ICP-AES analysed a sample of ash
    of mass 2,13 mg.

    This is analyzing bulk elements. The other types of analysis was surface
    measurements of ash grains (I believe..)

    SO: Assuming the total ash content is around 1000 mg, then this analysis is based on 0,21 %
    of total ash weight.

    How anyone can base any types of conclusions on 0,2 weight% of material beats me.

    Most likely this 0,2% sample is not representative of the total.