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    I was awaiting 1 more :thumbup:from the other Mods to wrap this one up, but it's late in Europe so will use Ascoli's post as an opportunity to "unofficially" close this thread. This topic has been beaten to death, going around in circles, and other than create…
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    Did I miss Ruby's description of the Mizuno (Rothwell) presentation or is it yet to come?

    Ruby -- huge thanks for taking notes and making these summary blog entries. We are indebted to you. Great job!!!

    (Anonymous)
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    Atomic Deuterium in Active LANR Systems Produces 327.37 MHz Superhyperfine RF Maser Emission by Mitchell Swartz is up after a coffee break.


    Produce
    excess heat de novo helium low leve emission unique Anitistokes spectra AND D-line RF 327, i.e.…
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    Condensed Posasmoids by Lutz Jaitner

    He tries to soleve the bizarre FP Puzzle - what is the NAE? Condensed plasmoids Cps are the nuclear active environment of LENR

    Lutz Jaitner gives condensed plasmoids hypothese:

    LENR effects to explain:
    Fast…
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    Observations of delocalized gamma emission from Co-57/Fe-57 samples during application of mechanical stress by Florian Metzler.

    He began with a definition of excitation transfer (which I missed). and he is drilling down on the excitation experiments…
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    Outstanding work Ruby! You did the work of a team today...all by yourself. Honestly, I do not know how you managed it all, but thank goodness you did. So nice to be able to sit back, and read your almost simultaneous recap of the days events. Dynamite…
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    I agree. Could you tone it down a bit RB?
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    This sort of thing makes me angry/upset because it is such crap. Seriously? Someone finds a reliable 3kW reactor with 10:1 power gain and the priority is to make it "useful in offgrid areas?" How dumb does it get? Such stupidity is a hallmark…
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    (Quote from Shane D.)


    In addition to Dr. Mizuno's providing twelve reactors, I believe that besides his willingness to be transparent, he in unique in having results which claim power and COP levels that can be confirmed or refuted without worrying…
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    (Quote from Jack Cole)


    Jed has answered point (1).

    However surface area matters, because it will affect reactor temperature and therefore convection/conduction of heat to walls. Note that the exit air is mixed between the on and off reactors and…
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)


    This is just not true Jed. I go back to a scenario that could explain the apparent excess heat.

    1) Control run is performed. Because there is less surface area exposed to the moving air, relatively more heat is lost through…
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    (Quote from oldguy)


    Waste of money. You simply run the rougher through the turbopump until you get to about 2 Torr or better, then flip the switch on the turbopump to pump it down. After it has stabilized you then turn the baking heat on to outgas the…
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    Jed

    Why can’t you run calibrations with the resistance wire on joule heating at 50-300W levels, say every 50W or at the very least run one with an empty reactor but with 300W joule heating? That would remove a lot of doubt by having an accurate…
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    THHuxley and Robert Bryant,

    You're both word fighting/arguing over how much excess heat R20 makes when you both agree that R20 makes the output air hotter by 13C vs 3C for the control on the same 50 Watts input from the presented data in figure 5.

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    (Quote from RobertBryant)


    Got it. You are saying we really can't know what the emissivity is on the inside and that it changes depending on the hypothesized Ni metal hydride (actually deuteride) on the inside.
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    ANOTHER WARNING ABOUT NICKEL DUST

    A person who is replicating the experiment told me that after vigorous rubbing, the weight of the mesh decreased. I asked Mizuno to comment. He said that some forms of Pd are hardened, to the point where they are…
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    (Quote from RobertBryant)




    Robert,

    Please link the reference to the variance in polished 316 stainless steel (i.e. unoxidized) emissivity vs. temperature. This is very useful if true. But, it is in disagreement with this reference with when compared…