Russian Prof Parkhomov claims to have replicated Rossi E-Cat and Parkhomov and published fully open research. Others are racing to replicate and extend the work.
Prof Alexander Parkhomov of Lomonosov Moscow State University has published a paper describing his successful replication of the E-Cat, based on the available information about it. The paper is in Russian; there is a link and commentary and video in English on E-Cat World. Parkhomov’s results are more modest, but the energy output of his cloned E-Cat claimed to be up to 2.74 times as great as the input.
Others are racing to replicate and extend the open work
E-catworld has seen the work of Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project, Brian Ahern, and Jack Cole as examples of efforts now attempting to build on the work of Parkhomov (in different ways) — and he is aware of another serious attempt in the planning stages. He is sure there are more efforts underway, probably behind closed doors, at least for now
If results can be shown to be consistently repeated, and the levels of energy gain are shown to be beyond the realm of chemical reactions, then 2015 could be the year where we finally see LENR breaking out in the world, even if we don’t get anything more revealed from Rossi and Industrial Heat.
NOTE- Nextbigfuture has information on the Brian Ahern work which cannot be published at this time. Nextbigfuture has been in correspondence with Brian Ahern for a few years.
Experiments with the analogs of Rossi’s high temperature thermal generators , chrged with a mixture of nickel and lithium aluminum hydride, have shown that by heating of temperatures of 110 C or higher the produced energy is greater than the energy consumed.
The level of ionizing radiation during the functioning of the reactor is not observably greater tahn the background radiation. The density of the flux of neutrons is not higher than 0.2 neutrons/cm2 s
Local overheating resulting in Parkhomov destruction of replicated e-cat reactor
Russian video explaining the Parkhomov work
SOURCES – E-catworld, Wired UK, Youtube