Progress, in the Condensed Matter Nuclear Science, on excess energy production: towards practical applications? by Francesco CELANI
Celani reviews his own work and the claims of others. Celani has not included the work at Brillouin Energy who claim to be getting hundreds of watts of excess heat and 210% energy gain. Brillouin is also using thin wires. Ahern has achieved better results than what Celani has listed.
Celani is getting up to 15% power gain and 26 watts using coated nanowires for 6 days at 900 degrees. He claims this is replicable, systematic and controllable.
In these weeks our group, working with long and thin wires having the surface coated with micro-nano-particles, get re-confirmation of a phenomenon, by us, seldom observed in some previous experiments: the specific alloy used (Cu-Ni), that usually has Positive Temperature Coefficient (PTC) of the resistance, if absorbs large amount of Hydrogen, changes to Negative TC. Such phenomenon is correlated to anomalous heat production and increases as the anomalous heat increases. If such key phenomenon will be kept under full control, because its behaviour can be observed with simple instrumentation, it can be open the door to systematic work, worldwide, to find the “optimal” material and operating point.
Celani has a colloquium at CERN. He will likely be presenting similar slides and work.
The official launch of the colloquium, which he (INFN Frascati) and Yogendra Srivastava (University of Perugia) held at CERN on March 22 next year, from 16.30 to 17.30, in order to provide the scientific community a “review of the major progress made since March 1989 and through experimental studies / theory, abnormal thermal / nuclear interactions observed in the force of isotopes of hydrogen (H, D), in the non-equilibrium with pure or alloyed materials (primarily Palladium, Nickel).
Most of the experiments – the statement continued by CERN – have used electrolytic environments at moderate temperatures (20-50 ° C). More recently have been used environments with gas at higher temperatures (between 200-400 ° C and even between 500-900 ° C).
Specific nanostructures have begun to play a crucial role both in basic studies because, as recently argued, in technological applications / industries.
A plethora of theoretical models have been proposed to explain the various anomalies experienced in LENR. It will provide a short description of a model of weak interaction, which purports to explain almost ALL the anomalous effects observed so far. “
In the link you sent to us by Celani also added to the webcast which will be streaming the event
Progress = Robust Results
* Better Instrumentation, Calibration and Controls
* Some Systematics Found & Verified for Heat Generation Experiments
* Nuclear Ash Measured & Correlated with Heat Production
* Many New Experiments Performed
* More Attention to Materials
* Improved Inter-Lab Reproducibility
* Continuous Activity & International Conferences
The infinite gain in the Ahern work is because there is no power put into the system. Celani is getting up to 15% power gain and 26 watts using coated nanowires for 6 days at 900 degrees
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