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How to make a Celani wire [ UPDATE#2 - Photos of equipment used by Mathieu Valat ]

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Part 1. Wire Treatment Process

One of the most promising areas we have explored to date was the wires of Francesco Celani. In December 2012, we reported that we had seen evidence of around 6W from 48W input. This was around 12.5% excess which may not sound so spectacular, but you have to consider that, if real,  it was coming from just a few 10s of microns of a 270mg piece of activated material. Doing the math using the weight of the whole wire would suggest over 20kW per kilo - if it could be mostly thermally driven, then achieving self sustain would make it an incredible energy source.
As promised and with the blessing of Francesco Celani, we said we would publish a how to make Celani wires similar to this generation (we have already published his detailed paper reporting subsequent changes). To start the ball rolling, here is Mathieu Valat's paper showing how, for very little money, you can start exploring the world of LENR.

Part 2. Photos of equipment used by Mathieu Valat

To demonstrate the low technology apparatus needed to do the electrical part of the Constantan wire treatment process, here are some photos Mathieu Valat took of his set-up in France.

Wooden hot frame with pins to support wire during treatment


0 #12 Toyota samarinda 2016-06-07 14:37
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0 #11 Alan Smith 2015-12-04 20:54
I am a big fan of simple and elegant experiments simply and elegantly explained. And this is certainly a fine example. I shall follow this thread (or should I say wire) with interest.
0 #10 EccoEcco 2015-12-04 17:38
@MFMP: in light of the document just published / update, this blogpost deserves a bump so that it will be easier to find in the "Experiments and updates" list on the right.
0 #9 Ecco 2015-09-22 14:45
@Mathieu Valat: ok, I see. Thanks.
0 #8 Mathieu Valat 2015-09-22 14:29
Celani is cautious about using helium. He said it would make available sites for hydrogen adsorption filled with an unwanted material. That is part of why he uses xenon.
0 #7 Ecco 2015-09-22 13:50
@Mathieu Valat: thanks for answering. Actually I was curious to know if at some point you could also test H2/He gas mixtures to see how results would compare against pure hydrogen.
0 #6 Mathieu Valat 2015-09-22 13:34
Quoting Ecco:
@Robert Greenyer: good! How powerful will the new pump be?

I am discussing a deal to get a mass-flow controller for the mass-flow calorimeter. This will replace the FMI pump used for the water circulation loop.
This sponsor will be disclosed in due time. We are adjusting the latest details. I'll keep you updated.

Quoting Ecco:
Are there plans using different gas mixtures?

Not at that time, but there is helium available on the bench.
0 #5 Ecco 2015-09-22 09:57
@Robert Greenyer: good! How powerful will the new pump be? Are there plans using different gas mixtures?
0 #4 Robert Greenyer 2015-09-22 08:35

I have the latest version and am proof reading it today.

Celani is preparing us some wires as I write this for the MFC (which is waiting on a new pump) and the dual cells / gamma test.
0 #3 Ecco 2015-09-21 18:20
@Bob: I think he means that he wrapped all his wires (which were already being individually wrapped in borosilicate glass fibers - ie: E-glass) with an additional sleeve made of pure alumina glass fibers.


Source: http://www.francescocelanienergy.org/files/Art.ICCF19_100915H3_Aggiornato.pdf

@MFMP: I think this is the latest updated version of his ICCF19 paper, but this time with photos and diagrams.

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