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  • THHuxleynew

    Replied to the thread Mizuno Airflow Calorimetry.
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    THH and Ascoli ignore me, and go on claiming that I am lying about it.

    No-one thinks you are lying (at least I don't).

    An opaque conversion from the set of raw data to that actually used, with not understood differences between control and active data…
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    (Quote from RobertBryant)



    I might be wrong, but I believe you are not representing Ascoli65's nitpicking properly.

    Your point, if I understand correctly is that discrepancies between P and V*I are to be expected, and that those discrepancies will…
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)



    Just so we can stop all the speculation: where did the calibration power data come from in the 2016/05/20 spreadsheet? The title of the column says V*I but probably measured directly with a wattmeter.

    I hope my posts don't…
  • THHuxleynew

    Replied to the thread Mizuno Airflow Calorimetry.
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    Redux (revision 2)

    The power issues

    Ascoli's useful observations on the 2016 data (that is the 100% excess power 2017 published results that preceded the R19 and R20 results):

    • The input power is measured differently between the control and active run
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    (Quote from axil)

    Axil, although this is a very unique picture, I suggest it has no relationship to LENR. This looks like a material that was placed at low temperature in an atmosphere from which crystals of solid condensed and grow at active sites on…
  • THHuxleynew

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    Mizuno Airflow Calorimetry

    i think the plasma is applied only before powering the ceramic heater but it is not clear in the paper saying:

    "When the temperature drops to room temperature, gas is evacuated from the furnace down to 50 Pa or…
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    (Quote from Robert Horst)


    Your graph is interesting.

    IMO, the cause of Delta Tair variations is the noise due to the turbulent rising of the cooling air inside the acrylic box. This air flows over areas of the reactor surface which are at different…
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    No, I do not think plasma heating or any other heater-related noise could lead to the output temperature variations. If you look at my first graph above (just edited to fix the horizontal scale), the large output temperature variations last for more…
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    On a slightly different subject, I have been wondering why there is large variation in the output temperatures while the heater is on, but not when it is off. Here is a graph I produced from the Mizono spreadsheet:

    The temperature varies +- 2 degC…
  • THHuxleynew

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    (Quote from Robert Horst)


    Good point. So something temperature dependent. The noise amplitude is maybe closely proportional to the reactor temperature delta from ambient? What about instability in the calorimeter airflow leading to modulation of the…
  • THHuxleynew

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    Dear all, in the interests of communication, can anyone other than RB understand how his point relates to the heater issue? He has not actually yet made any logical point. If he (or somone else capable of more clarity) were to make a precise logical…
  • THHuxleynew

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    I am at a loss to think of a cause for the output temperature variations.


    If plasma heating is used, and significantly oscillates, then noise from that on the low level RTD amplifiers, averaged, could look like white noise? High frequency oscillation…
  • THHuxleynew

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    Above is ascoli's original post with the evidence.

    Strangely, he considered rounding effects (= truncation) in much more detail than did RB above. You can see that in both the calibration, and the active run, there are truncation issues.

    In the…
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    i am on the same side of Ascoli65 for 2 reasons: one is the input data power of the active run e the other is the shape of the curves where i am not able to find a point where the "LENR" reaction start.

    I can't believe that the excess energy follows a…
  • THHuxleynew

    Replied to the thread Mizuno Airflow Calorimetry.
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    Neither Ascoli nor his convincee THHnew have addressed this 3 to 4 x discrepancy in the extreme scenario of
    the purported use by Mizuno of a special averaging meter for the heater power measurements
    and of pasting of results from one spreadsheet to
  • THHuxleynew

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    Dear all,

    RB continues to post noise on here when asked to substantiate his view.

    It is a free site but if I go on patiently replying to him this just gets worse. I intend to ignore him when he posts repetitive stuff (396,398,400,404). Please would…
  • THHuxleynew

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    (Quote from JedRothwell)


    Paradigmnoia has proved a high quality and reliable source of info here.

    Perhaps the fan actually tested in this way is not the San Ace B97 - or is some variant of it running at different voltage, or something? Perhaps somone…
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    From June 12. 2018
    (Quote from sam12)


    From Sept. 23, 2019

    (Quote from sam12)


    Sam12,
    So you have said this before! However, memory must be short! (A common trait among most Rossi believers)

    Can you provide why you changed your mind from June last…
  • THHuxleynew

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    (Quote from Dr Richard)


    I'm not claiming that. Nor is Ascoli.

    My position: bad methodology (clearly) that makes the results less safe. The methodology was (obviously) deliberate, but I'm not claiming it was deliberately done to make the results not…
  • THHuxleynew

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    RB - stick to the topic and answer the question (heater power 2017 paper). You would do a better job if you actually read the post you are criticising. Recent copy here.

    Explain the difference between exact V*I (active) and approx V*I (control) if not…