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  • Ascoli65 Replied to the thread The Playground.

    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    Oh sure, no doubt, isoperibolic calorimetry works since the times of Joule, but only when it is properly used by reliable people.

    And, I know, it works for a wide range of power. However you wrote (1) that "It often showed massive
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  • Ascoli65 Replied to the thread The Playground.

    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    Wrong. You mentioned Fig.6 of the "Simplicity paper", where the excess enthalpy Qf is calculated only up to about 65 °C.

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    Many times the input pawer? Any link?

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    Are these the only arguments you can use in order to…
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  • Ascoli65 Replied to the thread The Playground.

    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    No. In the "Simplicity Paper" (1), the first calorimetric method was used to calculate the excess enthalpy Qf during the heating up phase, well before the onset of boiling conditions. These calculated values are reported on the…
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  • Ascoli65 Replied to the thread The Playground.

    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    Could you please mention just one paper in which, by using the first F&P's calorimetric method, the output heat has resulted to be many times the input power?

    In any case. What about the rest of my comment (*)? Is it correct?

    (*)
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  • Ascoli65 Replied to the thread The Playground.

    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    No, it's not the same thing. The "Simplicity paper" describes only the specific test carried out in April-May 1992, and the available videos show that the conclusions of that paper were completely wrong, so its results couldn't…
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  • Ascoli65 Replied to the thread The Playground.

    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    In your previous comment, you wrote "In France, they [F&P] repeated the experiment hundreds of times, 16 tests at a time. (Four arrays of 4 cells each, run simultaneously.) Nearly all of the tests worked. Results were much
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  • Ascoli65 Replied to the thread The Playground.

    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    Don't worry. I know I'm not allowed to open any new thread.
    Mine was just a suggestion to the Administrators/Moderators to provide JR with a space where he can finally discuss in detail his last paper on the F&P calorimetry, where…
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  • Ascoli65 Replied to the thread The Playground.

    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    This would finally be a good occasion to start a new thread where discussing all the subtle reasoning made by F&P to derive excess heat from their experiments, as reported in the JR's paper on F&P calorimetry (1)

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    Well, one…
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  • Ascoli65 Replied to the thread The Playground.

    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    The paper and the video demonstrate that that 1992 boil-off experiment failed: the 4 cells did not produce any excess heat.

    This specific experiment, held in April-May 1992, is the only one with multiple arrays of 4 open cells…
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