Cold Fusion: Still alive and kicking - but perhaps without the fusion: Page 4 of 5

April 23, 2015 // By Paul Pickering
Paul Pickering considers the technical challenges posed by cold fusion or Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions.

    
Here's the electrical block diagram:

 


Figure 2: Electrical block diagram

   

Figure 3: Heat measurement

The reactor was placed in a metal container as shown above and heated up to between 1150 to 1300oC . The amount of water lost due to boiling served as a measure of energy generated.
 
At these temperatures, the results indicated that more energy was generated than consumed (an excess of approximately 3MJ) over the 90-minute run time.
 
A small effect perhaps, but multiple groups are already working to repeat the experiment. Enquiring minds want to know......

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