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    Institute for Metals Superplasticity Problems RAS, 39 Khalturin St., Ufa, 450001, Russia

    The main proof of fusion reactions of deuterium nuclei is the presence of nuclear reaction products. When detecting tritium after saturation of titanium powders with deuterium reproducible results of its high concentration have been found. Titanium powders of two different batches have been used. According to metallographic studies, powder # 1 had an average particle size of d = 110 ± 5 μm; lazer diffraction analyzer of particle sizes registered one more maximum near the size of d = 0.2 μm. Powder # 2 was a sifted fraction with sizes in interval 80 < d < 150 μm. For powder # 1 the measured concentrations of tritium amounted about cT = (11 – 14) ∙ 103 dpm and for powder # 2 cT = (1.45 – 1.57) ∙ 103 dpm, a concentration typical for deuterium used. An effect of the dispersity of initial titanium powder on the proceeding of nuclear reactions has been demonstrated. Earlier, a mechanism of interaction of deuterons in a metallic matrix by means of a resonance transfer of a neutron from one deuteron to the other has been proposed. One of the products of such an interaction is a tritium nucleus. Such a process can run in elongated defects. The cross dimension of such defects was not known, however. From an analysis of measurements of titanium powder particle sizes one can conclude that the optimum size of pores must be about d1 = 3 ∙ 10–8 m. During all experiments the levels of neutrons (Nn = 30 ± 2 1 / 50 sec) and gamma quanta (Nγ = 700 ± 15 1 / 5 sec) did not exceed the values typical for the room where experiments were carried out.

    I think that from Russia it is possible to consider the work of Vitaly A. Kirkinskiy with saturation of palladium with deuterium from the gas phase: https://regnum.ru/news/innovatio/2631134.html

    But we are still not finished. I am still interested in what Russia has to offer? There has been so much quality research going on there for decades, much of it with positive results. I would think if they took their 3 best, their "list" for Google, would rival our 3. SERGEI ?


    Dear Shane D.! I expressed my opinion about it in #32:



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    Gentlemen from Google!

    Enough to engage in replication. Over the past 30 years, many cold fusion replications have been made. It is necessary to create design offices that will design and test existing devices for the production of heat, and especially electric energy. The number of these offices should be equal to the number of countries with developed nuclear power, so that cold fusion reactors could be planned to replace nuclear power and recycle accumulated nuclear waste.

    Regards,

    Sergei Tcvetkov.

    Gentlemen from Google!

    Enough to engage in replication. Over the past 30 years, many cold fusion replications have been made. It is necessary to create design offices that will design and test existing devices for the production of heat, and especially electric energy. The number of these offices should be equal to the number of countries with developed nuclear power, so that cold fusion reactors could be planned to replace nuclear power and recycle accumulated nuclear waste.

    Regards,

    Sergei Tcvetkov.

    Кто-нибудь из наших русскоговорящих знает, что означает аббревиатура TEGEU ? ТЭГЭУ in Cyrillic.???

    Thermal emission generating energy installation - ТермоЭмиссионная Генерирующая Энергетическая Установка (ТЭГЭУ)

    Dear Robert Bryant!

    See Stanley Pons's biography on Wikipedia. There this information isn't present. His father's name was Robert, and he was born in North Carolina in 1943. In 1970, he was 27 years old, and he could not even do secret work in Ukraine. I found an article in the technical journal "Inventor and innovator" # 1 for 1995, where this stupid idea of Stanley Pons was first expressed (see attached file). Filimonenko could not be unemployed in the USSR from 1974 to 1989. It was more like a disability pension. Because if you look closely at the video, you will see that Filimonenko instead of the left hand prosthesis. He told, that he was the one who had an accident during the tests and was pinned down by his left hand. And most likely him as chief designer was suspended from work and closed its design office. As far as I know, it didn't put, and placed in psychiatric hospital. It was in the USSR that this method of punishment was used. And since Filimonenko was associated with secret development, the best it can be isolated in a psychiatric hospital.

    My opinion: from Filimonenko tried to make a priority of the USSR on cold nuclear fusion.

    Dear Robert Bryant, you have inaccurate information about Filimonenko. He couldn't retire at 68. In Russia, the retirement age began with 60 years in 1992. Where did you get this information there is also information that S. Pons was a Ukrainian citizen until 1970. I wouldn't trust that source.

    Критическая масса чистого урана-235 будет иметь массу 52 кг и будет испытывать около 15 спонтанных событий деления в секунду - так какова будет критическая масса реакции синтеза Ti-D, производящей 180 измеренных нейтронов/с ? Предполагая линейность просто 52.15 / 180 = 8.3 кг-гораздо более высокая масса, чем когда-либо была проверена экспериментально. Объясняет, почему претензии избыточного тепла были ненадежными, так как согласно Zatelepin ie, чтобы получить какой-либо эффект, необходимо увеличить входную энергию EM. Возможно, в небольших образцах Ti-D лазерная или электрическая стимуляция ускоряет нейтронные всплески до 10 000 в секунду, уменьшая эффективную критическую массу до 52.15 / 10.000 или только 7.8 g на короткие периоды для протекания реакций трансмутации.

    Не путайте ядерное деление и ядерный синтез. Механизм пролонгации реакций разный.

    I wrote this piece a couple of years back- (in part) a google translate from Russian to English, some of the other material was edited from an English original document. it does describe a precursor to Deneum's work by Hrisanovitch and colleagues in Kiev, Ukraine and Moscow Russia. This is part 1 of 3 - I can post the rest if anyone is interested.


    TALES FROM THE LABORATORY OF EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS.pdf

    Alan : Andrew Hrischanovich! He's in Turkey now.