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me356 Thanks. Pressure measurement range for this cell is limited to 100 Torr (13k Pa or 0.13 bar) by the capacitance gauge used. I can add up to 2 bar safely but that would be estimated pressure. Not sure high accuracy is needed but I will initially…
nickec Replied to the thread Generator Tarasenko based on the model of the planet Earth.(Quote from Gennadiy Tarassenko)
Anyone found the newest Egely patent?
I will report should I locate it.
Beat me to it, Y'all.
(Quote from Paradigmnoia)
Perfect understanding gives you away. That happens when exactly? End of engagement.
nickec Reacted with to Alan Smith’s post in the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.This is one of the first ever papers on EVO's (AKA Plasmoids) by Winston H Bostick -ex Manhattan Project AFAIK - who was working on this in the mid-1950's and beyond. He cites several of his other papers on the topic, and the paper also includes a…
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Thanks for your useful comments and encouragement of my current research campaign. In order to continue the work I will need some treated meshes that have not been contaminated by contact with plastic bags. I suggested a way to do that…
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I posted a link to my gdrive as file was too large to upload to lenr-forum directly.
See useful book thread.
nickec Replied to the thread THE USEFUL BOOK THREAD.Pulsed Power uploaded per Alan Smith's suggestion.
The link should allow you to view and download.
File exceeded size limits of Forum, thus I provide the link below.
When I searched for relaxation I…
nickec Reacted with to Alan Smith’s post in the thread MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS ONLY.I think it might be worth cycling the temperature to above and below the Curie temperature for nickel. I have had success doing that once or twice- though with powders not mesh.
Scheiße says scorch. Scat's all volks.
Here's a 4-hour startup graph after de-loading the Pd. The pressure rise of less than 4 Pa/hr is typical of the cell itself, showing that the mesh has been cleaned out pretty well. The neutron detector is a bit more active than usual, with several peaks…
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I suggest covering the mesh both sides with Aluminium kitchen foil and avoid direct contact with polyethylene or other plastics. This is standard practice for handling samples for SEM analysis, and leaves no residue on the sample…
nickec Reacted with to JedRothwell’s post in the thread MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS ONLY.I do not know if this would help, but you can buy bags used for shipping computer components.
The problem is a bit more subtle than some of the comments above reflect. According to me356, if the Pd is saturated with H prior to heating, the activation process will not happen because the lattice has already been distorted or changed in a way that…
nickec Replied to the thread MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS ONLY.Could one take advantage of the plastic bag packaging, instead of avoiding it?
The MR6-2 stream is now live at
D2 has been added to the cell and heater power is coming up next.
I've finished a substantial upgrade to my DAQ system and the MR6 reactor. Integration of the RTD device has yielded some insight into the effect of hydrogen pressure on the cell calibration, as shown on the chart below. You can see that at 50 Pa or less…
nickec Reacted with to Alan Smith’s post in the thread MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS ONLY.(Quote from Alan Smith)
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Great. looking forward to that.
nickec Reacted with to me356’s post in the thread MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS ONLY.Daniel_G: Thank you very much that you are here and shared lot of valuable data. I hope you will still stay here.
Total cost to build Mizuno-like reactor is roughly 500 USD if you can weld. I hope more replicators will come. As I said earlier, anyone…
nickec Replied to the thread LENR vs Solar/Wind, and emerging Green Technologies..Mine's yours and your's mine.
Mind's your business and business mines your minds.