yeah, that sounds like solid proof!
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Recently someone proposed to store ultra dense hydrogen inside palladium's crystalline lattice. I think best way would be using ultra fine palladium nanopowder for that. I wonder what stops from making the most simple H(0) generator, laying tablet of compressed palladium nanopowder tablet below Fe2O3/K2O rydberg matter catalyst and just wait few months for H(0) to accumulate? Let me know what you think.
Well, maybe. There are possibly other materials that would suit - but radicals (normally OH) are extremely reactive - so much so they are toxic. Pure OH would rapidly become 12 OH -> 6H20 + 3O2.
I was talking about ultra dense hydrogen
it is not my idea, but perhaps one could store H(0) inside palladium nanopowder's crystal lattice?
this diagram can be helpful. The material is highly deuterided palladium.
Anybody here who can calculate Lawson criterion taking screening into account? I know confinement time - 0,0001 seconds, temperature - 1 KeV, and density of deuterium - 10 g/cm³.
LENR does not produce fusion.
Uhhhh. I'm missing something then.
So practically everyone knows that for LENR fusion one needs very high hydrogen volumetric density fuel, better with FCC lattice. That got me wondered, what is the most volumetrically hydrogen dense material at atmospheric pressure and room temperature? If we're talking about hydrides, it is either BeH2, TiH2 or LiBeH3. If we're talking about solutions in metals, it is either deuterided palladium/palladium oxide or deuterided nickel. Anyone have any thoughts on this? Maybe there is a better LENR fuel we're missing out?
I sure hope it does not work!
Did you know that F&P described an explosion in their first paper? See:
That makes me nervous. It made Fleischmann nervous. He wanted the U.S. DoD to take over the research and make it a secret project. I am glad that did not happen, but if it turns out the thing can be made into a weapon, I will grant he was right.
Too late, the idea sparked 3 years ago, and now I know what direction I'm going to, and it is sure the right direction.
Miles commented on this in a paper I uploaded recently. QUOTE:
"We put in an internal research proposal for the study of cold fusion weapons in 1999 or 2000. With the help of Martin, I wrote up the things we wanted to try, and Martin even wrote comments on the proposal I had. We set up some proposals on how things should be tried, and how to stress these materials. The people I was working with, they had ways of stressing the materials by mechanical means.
We had to find a remote location to even do that kind of testing. If you do calculations, you get one cubic-centimeter of palladium loaded one-to-one with deuterium, and you got all of the energy out suddenly at once, it would be equivalent to 31 tons of TNT. A lot of people don't recognize that fact. That’s what got me thinking about the weaponization of cold fusion. When I told the people that we had to find a safe place to do the testing, because even a small amount, if we suddenly released all the energy, that would wipe out the laboratory. It could take out a big part of a city!"
Pages 78, 79
That's what I'm talking about! That's what is needed!!!!
I live in Finland, and just tried to buy nickel carbonate from Finnish chemistry/laboratory stuff seller, who refused, because they suspect that i do not have proper laboratory and a person that is hired as "chemical security expert". So does this apply to all Europe? Which country do you recommend where i should move to be able to buy simple chemicals like that? Any recommendations where to buy that stuff from the net?
Nickel carbonate is kinda safe, and the guys are douchebags. I recommend Russia. You can get absolutely anything here for cheap.
perhaps there is a better LENR fuel for such charge? ErD3 for example.
My first thought is, so you get the bang, but how do you transfer the energy produced into usable form? A lot of heat for a few seconds only is not so useful. Otherwise we would have dtnamite-powered home heating.
Magnetohydrodinamic generator. Hot plasma's energy can be converted. But rn I'm just interested in yield, then when there would be results I would think about converting it to energy. I have several ideas on how to do so
An idea of initiating explosive LENR reaction trough implosion of 2 shaped charges. Liners would be made from deuterided nickel/palladium, or from Lithium-6 deuteride. Not any ordinary shaped charges, but hypercumulative. Those can produce temperatures in excess of 1 KeV. 2 liners would collapse and create 2 super fast jets of LENR fuel, upon collision temperatures would raise over 1 KeV and pressure of 100 mbar+ would be achieved. So this is my latest idea, rn I'm simulating models of shaped charges. So anyone have any thoughts on such method of initiating LENR? The general goal is to achieve explosive energy release, maybe anyone has other ideas on how to do so?
What you want to do is not a Casimir effect, but a LENR effect. The nanocavities are the mechanism where the LENR reaction takes place. You are seeking to amplify pumped energy input as happens in the LENR reaction. The nanoparticles will produce photons and these photons will be coherent (polarized light). So in effect you will be constructing a laser.
You need to produce over-unity energy gain by extracting photons from the vacuum. The greater the COP is for your system, the more powerful will be the output of your device. Unlike the Casimir effect, you only need one plate in which the photons are formed.
Most current science research in this area use lasers to provide the input energy, but recently, electron pumping is being used in photon amplification. This research is following the methods that are being used in LENR systems where an electrical pulse produces over-unity power amplification.
The Brillouin Energy LENR reactor is a system that uses this method of electron mediated photon amplification.
I just saw an article that has seen this photon amplification method used in a new experiment as follows:
Coherent surface plasmon polariton amplification via free-electron pumping
Surface plasmonics with its unique confinement of light is expected to be a cornerstone for future compact radiation sources and integrated photonics devices. The energy transfer between light and matter is a defining aspect that underlies recent studies on optical surface-wave-mediated spontaneous emissions. However, coherent stimulated emission of free electrons, which is essential for free-electron light sources, and its dynamical amplification process remain to be disclosed in a clear, unambiguous and calibrated manner. Here we present the coherent amplification of terahertz surface plasmon polaritons via free-electron-stimulated emission: a femtosecond optical pulse creates an in-phase free-electron pulse with an initial terahertz surface wave, and their ensuing interactions intensify the terahertz surface wave coherently. The underlying dynamics of the amplification, including a twofold redshift in the radiation frequency over a one-millimetre interaction length, are resolved as electromagnetic-field-profile evolutions using an optical pump–probe method. By extending the approach to a properly phase-matched electron bunch, our theoretical analysis predicts a super-radiant surface-wave growth, which lays the ground for a stimulated surface-wave light source and may facilitate capable means for matter manipulation, especially in the terahertz band.
In simple words in this experiment, a fast rising nano-pulse of nano amounts of electrons is amplified into infrared light (AKA heat). As in the Brillouin Energy system, the key to overunity power production is getting the smallest input electrical pulse to produce the biggest heat output.
The Brillouin Energy system uses a smooth metal serface instead of using your idea (making 1 plate with millions of nanocavities) because their theory of the reaction is not correct.
In closing, your job is to design the input energy electron source to produce the proper LENR reaction generated by the pitted metal plate.
No idea how LENR correlates there. It's Casimir effect, not LENR.
To make more ultra-dense hydrogen H(0), a larger flow of hydrogen through the catalysts seems necessary. This is why the generator Holmlid wrote a patent application for uses many openings, each of which containing a catalyst pellet.
Even so, it still has limitations. Besides being complicated to build, at the likely maximum supported temperature the catalysts used aren't working very efficiently. Most of the hydrogen admitted is also likely not going to be converted to the ultra-dense form, so "recycling" it, perhaps with a reversible hydride, could be more advantageous in practice.
Another way that hasn't been explored in detail by Holmlid and others could be using a pulsed laser to ablate catalytically-active metals inside the chamber together with some hydrocarbon and alkali in the atmosphere, or also directly catalyst pellets. The resulting hot nanodust formed and sputtered inside the chamber should be active towards producing H(0). One such test was described in the review paper published a few years ago, although at relatively low pressure and without direct heating other than that of the the laser:
I'm thinking of a catalyst rod heated by induction heater to 500 - 600 degrees with constant high pressure flow of hydrogen
So a while back I stumbled upon Holmlid's papers, it is impressive, however amounts of ultra dense hydrogen generated seem to be in order of nano/micro grams. I'm going to build a generator of ultra dense hydrogen for experiments, and I'm planning to produce orders of magnitude more, about milligrams. His generator/setup is quite complicated and expensive, so I'm seeking a way to build more efficient, less expensive generator oriented for producing large quantities of ultra dense hydrogen H(0). Any thoughts on possible solutions to do so?
Yep. Standard experiment to detect casimir effect. The only difference is my idea was making 1 plate with millions of nanocavities, to make a "positive force potential", to generate any observable thrust.
Casimir effect is very interesting thing. I had an idea on making a thruster on casimir effect. If I'm correct, casimir effect can produce thrust on a plate with millions of nanocavities, with virtual photons resonating inside each cavity. Not a straight up generator, but can be made to generate electricity trough motion.