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  • me356 Replied to the thread MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS ONLY.

    Bruce__H: Initiating LENR and getting measurable and usable output is very different task.
    You have to decide whether you will do what is easier for you or what is making it work well.
    I think Mizuno paper is clear in this matter.
    Mizuno shared very…
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  • me356 Replied to the thread MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS ONLY.

    Our new high power reactor will be finished within 2 weeks. I will send photos soon.

    We are also thinking about mesh preparation process without a precisous metal. We are convinced that Copper will work similarly as Palladium. We will try this likely…
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  • me356 Replied to the thread MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS ONLY.

    As far as I know there was nothing said about incubator until last year. Likely what confused you is calorimetry that must be somewhat like incubator with good insulation. This is because in the open air reactor is loosing a lot of heat which on turn…
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  • me356 Replied to the thread MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS ONLY.

    You are right it is not that easy, especially at low pressure. Simply hydrogen must circulate throught the reactor. This is what makes COP high or low.
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  • me356 Replied to the thread MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS ONLY.

    You have to achieve this flow inside the reactor.
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  • me356 Replied to the thread MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS ONLY.

    To make it more clear, even heating is always welcome. But at the same time ability to create temperature gradient is also needed. But not necessarily directly at the fuel.
    At the same time temperature gradient must be that small it will not cool down the
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  • me356 Replied to the thread MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS ONLY.

    Actually I already explained why central heater design and what Daniel_G shared will not negate at all if reactors are built properly. At no case there will be even heating, because meshes are not heated evenly when excess heat is released. There can be…
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  • me356 Replied to the thread MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS ONLY.

    Hello!

    Nobody else was interested in testing the meshes so there is not much new unfortunately.

    Alan made some important changes to the reactor recently that will add much higher probability for success. I still have to insist it would be even better to…
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  • me356 Replied to the thread MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS ONLY.

    Very nice. This could be likely the best for mass production as there is no possibility the mesh could move somewhere and prevent wrong manipulation.
    However I am very curious about the performance.
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  • me356 Replied to the thread MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS ONLY.

    Thank you for the reply Daniel_G. I also very appreciate you are here.

    We thought about building a flat reactor type as well - quite similar to old Rossi reactor, but from the point of engineering I am not certain about sealing and loading the meshes…
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  • me356 Replied to the thread MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS ONLY.

    Our reactor has both internal and external heating. Operating in the air can be also considered as load.

    Daniel_G's reactor will require either secondary heating or adjustable load. With adjustable load they can keep reactor power constant.
    The problem…
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  • me356 Replied to the thread MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS ONLY.

    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    This is what we have now for testing the meshes (2kW heater). But it can`t run during different loads.
    The new reactor can operate at 100W as well.

    Yes, electrical input that can be converted to heat.

    We are doing calibration always…
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  • me356 Replied to the thread MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS ONLY.

    Thank you for the details magicsound !

    In the meantime we are preparing scaled up reactor that will have an active compensation for load.
    This will allow it to be in thermal contact with almost any fluid and mitigate the issue of variable COP.
    In other…
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  • me356 Replied to the thread MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS ONLY.

    Yes, my email can be used. Thank you
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  • me356 Replied to the thread MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS ONLY.

    That is very nice from you. If MFMP will agree with it, we will start production of another 10 meshes. They can be ready in around one week.
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  • me356 Replied to the thread MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS ONLY.

    Thank you very much for the offer. We can pay costs for another few pieces to MFMP now. However in such small quantity production is costy - around 150 USD for one mesh. Yet when needed more in a bigger quantity price can be few times lower.
    We already…
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  • me356 Replied to the thread MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS ONLY.

    2 should be enough, however they can receive another within 3 days if needed.
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  • me356 Replied to the thread MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS ONLY.

    With this post I want to also urge all replicators to build reactors as close as possible to Mizuno, especially in dimension aspect and heater in the center. Heater in the center will yield also dramatic improvement as described by Mizuno.
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  • me356 Replied to the thread MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS ONLY.

    Yes, we tried. Pressure must be low in order to not load the Hydrogen. With higher pressure there is faster loading.
    There must be perfect balance between pressure, internal volume, meshes.
    For this reason just different reactor design and dimension mean…
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  • me356 Replied to the thread MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS ONLY.

    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    I am more inclined to a permanent problem. For example during Zhang`s replication it can be seen very well. His mesh started to load Deuterium and once the process reach certain percentage no more excess heat is produced. You can…
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