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    Certainly there is some interest in ultrasound cavitation of liquid lithium/lithium deuteride, though this is not an area I have researched.
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    This is why you have a liquid fuel that is its own coolant. The energy density will rise significantly with a liquid or dusty plasma fuel medium.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fission_fragment_reactor
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    Hmm i'm pretty sure based on the numbers i've seen theoretically both fission and LENR can get much hotter.
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    Given the fact, that nobody bothers to replicate even the LENR experiments, which are described well (Lipinski fusion, for example), I'd say we still have too few data for reliably judging the scalability of LENR reactions. For example, if the…
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    Have you heard of SMRs or small modular reactors especially when mass produced and small enough to be delivered/fit in a shipping container, installed underground for radiation/safety reasons?

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    I wouldn't be so sure to say no earth to orbit. Couldn't you do thermal nuclear rocket but without the heavy shield? Even like the LENR equivalent of a SABRE.
  • On Geeknizer an article react to E-Cat test by an enthusiast article about LENR powered cars. For the author, electric vehicle are fast, comfortable, but they have a problem of autonomy, and LENR is the perfect solution.

    [news=12,meta][/news]