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TOPIC: I decided to join the replication effort

#430 7 years 1 month ago
I decided to join the replication effort

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Greetings,

I have been active in the LENR field for several years as a self-funded individual. Over the last couple of years I have built an apparatus that utilizes airflow calorimetry to measure potential excess heat generated in a stainless steel cell. The cell is electrically heated by a nichrome band heater and can be connected to a vacuum or to different gas sources via pneumatically controlled Swagelok valves. Recently I added the ability, by means of CF feedthroughs, to electrically drive a conductor inside the cell. Most of my previous work has been using nickel and nickel alloy powders, but wire offers numerous advantages, especially in terms of controlled Joule heating.

Over the next couple of weeks I plan to fit the airflow calorimeter with a closed loop thermal mass controller which guarantees that a fixed thermal air mass flows/unit time. That enhancement should allow differential temperature measurements to within about 0.2C, which corresponds to less than 1 watt.

I am using a constantan alloy sold by Omega Engineering and am attempting to replicate the surface morphology that Celani has obtained. The recent published SEM photos are useful, although I don't have access to an SEM myself.

I'll post some photos of my lab setup in a couple of days.

Jeff
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#431 7 years 1 month ago
I decided to join the replication effort

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Absolute awesome Jeff!

Join the party - the more the merrier, sharing your data will really help us both.

Maybe if we raise enough funds in our kickstarter, we can get a Live Data Logging pack out to you and you can start feeding data straight the the MFMP repository.

You would need to fully describe your apparatus and protocols and materials used.

We will smoke this thing out.

B
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