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#893 4 years 1 month ago
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Hello,

I am trying to keep an eye on LENR experiments going on since 5 years ago and there is still something, probably obvious, but that I do not understand in the experiments that are usually presented with the system H/Ni.
I understand that a heater may be needed to increase the temperature of the Ni wire or nano-powder, but then if the excess heat is real, why do we need to keep providing power ? Any well insulated system should be able to keep the self generated heat and with a "simple" air flow cooling system the temperature should be controlled. Why is there always this need of a power supply ?
I thank you in advance if you can explain me this
best regards

Fabian
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#894 4 years 4 weeks ago
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I want to ask the same question.

Alexander Parkhomov explained on lenr-forum.org that external electric and magnetic fields are not responsible for the reactions.
The only thing that counts is temperature and pressure, therefore Fabian should be right.
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#895 4 years 3 weeks ago
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Thank you for this information Laloe, I was actually wondering if electromagnetic fields could have a role in the heat production, I did not know it was not the case.
I understand that if is easier to control the temperature with an open system that is quickly cooled down, this may avoid meltdowns. But at the same time, this is the key point that creates the debate. If we could bring a machine that generate heat without any external power applied, then there is no discussion if the calibrations, the calorimetry experiments etc... are well done. Heat generation becomes the excess heat. So I really don't understand that point
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#898 3 years 8 months ago
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The New Fire MK1 - A controllable reaction driven and moderated by heat, pressure, element ratios, phase states and morphology...
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