[Vo]:Am I the only one..

2015-03-19 Thread Blaze Spinnaker
.. that wants the replication to be real so that the global energy /
scientific revolution starts in some old fringe Russian scientist's living
room??


Re: [Vo]:fast LENR news about Parkhomov, etc.,

2015-03-19 Thread Jack Cole
Without all the details, it may be hard to fully evaluate this.  If the
thermocouple was on the inside of the cell (and only one was used), it
opens the possibility of differences in heat conduction.  Imagine a
thermocouple in the air in the center of the tube versus touching the
nickel fuel in the active run.  The heat would conduct more readily through
the nickel than it would through the air (obviously).  If the control run
was heated up much more rapidly and given less time to fully heat the
inside of the chamber, that may also be a problem.  It would be good to
have a second thermocouple affixed to the outside of the heater (assuming
he didn't use more than one TC).

There would be some fairly obvious indications that something was wrong if
this was a big problem (e.g., incandescence level differences).  It seems
unlikely that Parkhomov would have missed something like that.

Overall, it seems to support his previous findings.  Looking forward to
more details.

On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 3:56 PM, Alberto De Souza 
alberto.investi...@gmail.com wrote:

 I would suggest running two identical reactors in the same room (one
 without fuel) with heating resistances (identical) in series. If the fueled
 reactor becomes hotter, we have excess heat. One can film (MFMP style) the
 measurement of the resistance of the heaters before, and the voltage on
 them during the operation, to prove to skeptics that one have excess heat.

 Alberto.

 On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 1:41 PM, Peter Gluck peter.gl...@gmail.com
 wrote:

 The main player is hydrogen. LIALH$ contains ` 10% in weight
 H2, i.e. 6mgr.
 2 gr H2 is 22410 mL in standard conditions; ergo 6mgr hydrogen
 makes 67 mL gas. This is disappearing during the process
 adsorbed in the melt and...?
 Peter


 On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 7:22 PM, torulf.gr...@bredband.net wrote:

 If there are some air in the reactor the oxygen will oxidise Ni an
 possible other compounds then the temperature becomes high enough.

 This binds the oxygen and it will lower the pressure.

 It will also make some heat, but only until the oxygen are consumed.

 Torulf



 On Thu, 19 Mar 2015 11:44:40 -0400, ChemE Stewart cheme...@gmail.com
 wrote:

 That's awesome!

 On Thursday, March 19, 2015, Jack Cole jcol...@gmail.com wrote:

 It is impressive even without calorimetry.  He would have to make a
 severe mistake on input power measurement to be off that far.  To be more
 specific, he would have to make a mistake on input power measurement on the
 run with fuel that he did not make on the run without the fuel (very
 unlikely).

 On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 10:15 AM, Peter Gluck peter.gl...@gmail.com
 wrote:

 Dear Jack,
 This morning - 8 hours ago, the reactor was still working. Nothing was
 announced till now.
 I am sure Alexander will work out a proper calorimetry system, not easy
 - if no sufficient cooling (as in his older system) risk of
 overheating and burnout.
 I have searched for the new sort of nickel he is using- it is Ni-carbonyl
 powder according to GOST 9722-97 (Like ASTM, DIN) type PNK-O2
 See please here- with Google Translate
 http://meganorm.ru/Data2/1/4294820/4294820717.pdf
 Please tell me if it does not work so.

 On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 4:41 PM, Jack Cole jcol...@gmail.com wrote:

 Great work Peter.  The fact that he has repeated the results using a
 method alternative to his calorimetry is very encouraging.  In addition,
 the fact that he was able to run for such a long time easily rules out
 chemical effects. Hopefully, it will keep on running for more days to
 weeks.  I was concerned about the fact that he ran out of his initial
 supply of nickel, but fortunately, the concern appears unfounded.  There 
 is
 another important detail disclosed - he only obtained 5 bar of pressure 
 at
 max.  This may well indicate that relatively low pressures are fine for
 initiating the reaction.  That's good news from a safety perspective.

 On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 8:00 AM, Peter Gluck peter.gl...@gmail.com
 wrote:

  The evolution of pressure is a lesson of realism, we have calculaled
 hundreds of bars from inside and have 1/2 bars  from outside.
  Best wishes,
 Peter

 Dear Friends,
 I wanted that you should receive these news as fast as possible



 http://egooutpeters.blogspot.ro/2015/03/fast-issue-lenr-parkhomov-news-from.html
  We will discuss detais and connections later.
  Peter
 --
 Dr. Peter Gluck
 Cluj, Romania
 http://egooutpeters.blogspot.com




  --
 Dr. Peter Gluck
 Cluj, Romania
 http://egooutpeters.blogspot.com




 --
 Dr. Peter Gluck
 Cluj, Romania
 http://egooutpeters.blogspot.com





[Vo]:Re: Am I the only one..

2015-03-19 Thread Blaze Spinnaker
For that matter, without the calorimetry we don't really know if it's 3
COP.   It could be  1 COP and the run without the fuel was just  1/3 COP.

On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 7:38 PM, Blaze Spinnaker blazespinna...@gmail.com
wrote:

 That being said, is it possible that the the first run just burned up the
 shell of the tube / insulation and is now radiating heat more easily.

 At some point Alexander is going to have to remove the fuel and re-run the
 test.

 On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 7:27 PM, Blaze Spinnaker blazespinna...@gmail.com
  wrote:

 .. that wants the replication to be real so that the global energy /
 scientific revolution starts in some old fringe Russian scientist's living
 room??








Re: [Vo]:Am I the only one..

2015-03-19 Thread Bob Cook
Eric--

I second your comments.

Bob
  - Original Message - 
  From: Eric Walker 
  To: vortex-l@eskimo.com 
  Sent: Thursday, March 19, 2015 9:22 PM
  Subject: Re: [Vo]:Am I the only one..


  On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 7:27 PM, Blaze Spinnaker blazespinna...@gmail.com 
wrote:


.. that wants the replication to be real so that the global energy / 
scientific revolution starts in some old fringe Russian scientist's living 
room??


  Personally, I could not think of a more just reward to the physics 
establishment for its intransigence than for LENR to make big news as the 
result of an aging Russian scientist replicating in his apartment a device that 
was invented by a petulant Italian inventor with a colorful past.  I would be 
very happy if things end up playing out this way, and am hoping they do.  It 
would prove that karma exists, and the physics establishment would have to 
suffer through the consequences.


  I think the jury is still out as to whether Parkhomov is really seeing 
something, although I am cautiously optimistic.


  Eric



[Vo]:Re: Am I the only one..

2015-03-19 Thread Blaze Spinnaker
That being said, is it possible that the the first run just burned up the
shell of the tube / insulation and is now radiating heat more easily.

At some point Alexander is going to have to remove the fuel and re-run the
test.

On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 7:27 PM, Blaze Spinnaker blazespinna...@gmail.com
wrote:

 .. that wants the replication to be real so that the global energy /
 scientific revolution starts in some old fringe Russian scientist's living
 room??







Re: [Vo]:fast LENR news about Parkhomov, etc.,

2015-03-19 Thread Alberto De Souza
Any COP higher than 2 would be easy to detect with the setup I have
proposed. Also, it will silence one argument of the skeptics, that there is
no control in the LENR experiments (i.e. an easily verifiable null
hypothesis). One can always find problems with calorimetry... With two
reactors operating in about the same conditions, one with fuel and the
other without, if the reactor with fuel is significantly hotter than the
one without, we have excess heat present.

Alberto.

On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 10:41 PM, Jack Cole jcol...@gmail.com wrote:

 Without all the details, it may be hard to fully evaluate this.  If the
 thermocouple was on the inside of the cell (and only one was used), it
 opens the possibility of differences in heat conduction.  Imagine a
 thermocouple in the air in the center of the tube versus touching the
 nickel fuel in the active run.  The heat would conduct more readily through
 the nickel than it would through the air (obviously).  If the control run
 was heated up much more rapidly and given less time to fully heat the
 inside of the chamber, that may also be a problem.  It would be good to
 have a second thermocouple affixed to the outside of the heater (assuming
 he didn't use more than one TC).

 There would be some fairly obvious indications that something was wrong if
 this was a big problem (e.g., incandescence level differences).  It seems
 unlikely that Parkhomov would have missed something like that.

 Overall, it seems to support his previous findings.  Looking forward to
 more details.

 On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 3:56 PM, Alberto De Souza 
 alberto.investi...@gmail.com wrote:

 I would suggest running two identical reactors in the same room (one
 without fuel) with heating resistances (identical) in series. If the fueled
 reactor becomes hotter, we have excess heat. One can film (MFMP style) the
 measurement of the resistance of the heaters before, and the voltage on
 them during the operation, to prove to skeptics that one have excess heat.

 Alberto.

 On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 1:41 PM, Peter Gluck peter.gl...@gmail.com
 wrote:

 The main player is hydrogen. LIALH$ contains ` 10% in weight
 H2, i.e. 6mgr.
 2 gr H2 is 22410 mL in standard conditions; ergo 6mgr hydrogen
 makes 67 mL gas. This is disappearing during the process
 adsorbed in the melt and...?
 Peter


 On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 7:22 PM, torulf.gr...@bredband.net wrote:

 If there are some air in the reactor the oxygen will oxidise Ni an
 possible other compounds then the temperature becomes high enough.

 This binds the oxygen and it will lower the pressure.

 It will also make some heat, but only until the oxygen are consumed.

 Torulf



 On Thu, 19 Mar 2015 11:44:40 -0400, ChemE Stewart cheme...@gmail.com
 wrote:

 That's awesome!

 On Thursday, March 19, 2015, Jack Cole jcol...@gmail.com wrote:

 It is impressive even without calorimetry.  He would have to make a
 severe mistake on input power measurement to be off that far.  To be more
 specific, he would have to make a mistake on input power measurement on 
 the
 run with fuel that he did not make on the run without the fuel (very
 unlikely).

 On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 10:15 AM, Peter Gluck peter.gl...@gmail.com
 wrote:

 Dear Jack,
 This morning - 8 hours ago, the reactor was still working. Nothing
 was announced till now.
 I am sure Alexander will work out a proper calorimetry system, not
 easy
 - if no sufficient cooling (as in his older system) risk of
 overheating and burnout.
 I have searched for the new sort of nickel he is using- it is Ni-carbonyl
 powder according to GOST 9722-97 (Like ASTM, DIN) type PNK-O2
 See please here- with Google Translate
 http://meganorm.ru/Data2/1/4294820/4294820717.pdf
 Please tell me if it does not work so.

 On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 4:41 PM, Jack Cole jcol...@gmail.com wrote:

 Great work Peter.  The fact that he has repeated the results using a
 method alternative to his calorimetry is very encouraging.  In addition,
 the fact that he was able to run for such a long time easily rules out
 chemical effects. Hopefully, it will keep on running for more days to
 weeks.  I was concerned about the fact that he ran out of his initial
 supply of nickel, but fortunately, the concern appears unfounded.  
 There is
 another important detail disclosed - he only obtained 5 bar of pressure 
 at
 max.  This may well indicate that relatively low pressures are fine for
 initiating the reaction.  That's good news from a safety perspective.

 On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 8:00 AM, Peter Gluck peter.gl...@gmail.com
 wrote:

  The evolution of pressure is a lesson of realism, we have
 calculaled hundreds of bars from inside and have 1/2 bars  from outside.
  Best wishes,
 Peter

 Dear Friends,
 I wanted that you should receive these news as fast as possible



 http://egooutpeters.blogspot.ro/2015/03/fast-issue-lenr-parkhomov-news-from.html
  We will discuss detais and connections later.
  Peter
 --
 Dr. Peter Gluck
 Cluj, Romania
 

Re: [Vo]:Am I the only one..

2015-03-19 Thread Eric Walker
On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 7:27 PM, Blaze Spinnaker blazespinna...@gmail.com
wrote:

.. that wants the replication to be real so that the global energy /
 scientific revolution starts in some old fringe Russian scientist's living
 room??


Personally, I could not think of a more just reward to the physics
establishment for its intransigence than for LENR to make big news as the
result of an aging Russian scientist replicating in his apartment a device
that was invented by a petulant Italian inventor with a colorful past.  I
would be very happy if things end up playing out this way, and am hoping
they do.  It would prove that karma exists, and the physics establishment
would have to suffer through the consequences.

I think the jury is still out as to whether Parkhomov is really seeing
something, although I am cautiously optimistic.

Eric


Re: [Vo]:melted alumina tube

2015-03-19 Thread Jack Cole
Looks to be not LENR and not hydrogen related.  Similar thing happened with
no fuel.

http://www.lenr-coldfusion.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/IMG_20150319_082625_750.jpg

On Tue, Mar 17, 2015 at 10:39 PM, torulf.gr...@bredband.net wrote:

 I played with termite and stuff like that then I was young.

 I ignited termite with gunpowder and it melted steel.





 On Tue, 17 Mar 2015 21:08:17 -0500, Jack Cole jcol...@gmail.com wrote:

 If it actually got hot enough to ignite the thermite, that might melt the
 alumina.  I was thinking Bob said some time ago that it takes temps
 somewhere above 2000C to ignite thermite.  I haven't done the calculations
 for that yet.

 On Tue, Mar 17, 2015 at 8:16 PM, torulf.gr...@bredband.net wrote:

 Aluminium powder and Fe2O3 may give lots of heat in short time a termite
 reaction.

 Have you any calculations about how much energy this reaction may release?





 On Tue, 17 Mar 2015 18:26:24 -0400, Axil Axil janap...@gmail.com wrote:

  Steady accumulation of energy followed by its rapid release can result
 in the delivery of a larger amount of instantaneous power over a shorter
 period of time (although the total energy is the same). Energy is typically
 stored within a circuit of the device. What happens is based on the circuit
 of the dimmer.

 By releasing the stored energy over a very short interval (a process that
 is called energy compression), a huge amount of peak power can be delivered
 to a load. For example, if one joule of energy is stored within a capacitor
 and then evenly released to a load over one second, the peak power
 delivered to the load would only be 1 watt. However, if all of the stored
 energy were released within one microsecond, the peak power would be one
 megawatt, a million times greater.

 If the current rise is fast enough, the wire does not have enough time to
 heat up, but the magnetic flux during the rise might be huge.

 On Tue, Mar 17, 2015 at 6:09 PM, David L. Babcock olb...@gmail.com
 wrote:

 Very sharp -just means that the power is applied nearly
 instantaneously. Not any more power, just whatever equals E2 /R.
 However the temperature gradient would indeed be higher, so the wire would
 expand sooner than the matrix around. If the matrix temperature rises and
 falls a lot during a small part of a line cycle, stress might get pretty
 high. But isn't the wire a near-zero expansion/temperature material?

 Ol' Bab -who was an engineer...



 On 3/17/2015 4:02 PM, Axil Axil wrote:

 In these triac light dimmers, the rise/fall times are very sharp maybe
 in the nanoseconds. That means that a lot of instantaneous power is being
 feed into the heater wire as the power pulse starts when the leading edge
 waveform is used.

 On Tue, Mar 17, 2015 at 4:56 PM, Axil Axil janap...@gmail.com wrote:

 According to Jack, the reaction did not happen in the fuel, but in the
 insolating layer. The fuel composition does not matter. IMHP, what matters
 is the exact nature of the heater current.

 On Tue, Mar 17, 2015 at 4:38 PM, Robert Ellefson vortex-h...@e2ke.com
 wrote:

  Jack,



 Fantastic!  I’m really stoked to hear of your progress.  I think your
 powder recipe sounds very interesting, and I would love to know more about
 the details of the reactants.  It sounds like you’ve come up with a 
 mixture
 which may contain one or more key ingredients not yet identified as being
 of primary significance to the high-gain modes of these systems.



 If I may fire away:

 What size Fe2O3 and TiH2 grains were present?

 Is this mixture generally not hygroscopic, and therefore is curing the
 reactor’s sealant a simple matter as compared to LAH?
 Are you tumbling or milling these reactants, or performing any other
 notable processing steps, prior to putting them into the reactors?



 Thanks for sharing, and keep up the great work!



 -Bob





 *From:* Jack Cole [mailto:jcol...@gmail.com]
 *Sent:* Tuesday, March 17, 2015 1:08 PM
 *To:* vortex-l@eskimo.com

 *Subject:* Re: [Vo]:melted alumina tube



 Bob,



 The input power was ~260W.  I don't know what the R value of the
 insulation is.  I had the cell surrounded by high purity alumina powder 
 and
 covered with a thin sheet of ceramic insulation.  I used standard 120V AC
 60hz with a triac type dimmer switch (chops the waves starting at V=0).
 I'll have to check with the manufacturer to see what the remaining 5% of
 the tube is.  The heating element was Kanthal A1.  It's strange that the
 heating element was able to completely melt at points.  In the past, it 
 has
 always failed before melting.



 I was using INCO type 255 nickel, TiH2, LiOh, KOH, aluminum powder,
 and Fe2O3.  Good idea on the small amount of fuel which should cause some
 localized melting.



 The fact that the fuel was a small diameter cylinder seems to suggest
 that it was fully expanded in the tube and shrunk down.



 Jack





 On Tue, Mar 17, 2015 at 2:02 PM, Bob Cook frobertc...@hotmail.com
 wrote:

  Jack--



 It looks like 

[Vo]:fast LENR news about Parkhomov, etc.,

2015-03-19 Thread Peter Gluck
Dear Friends,

I wanted that you should receive these news as fast as possible

http://egooutpeters.blogspot.ro/2015/03/fast-issue-lenr-parkhomov-news-from.html

We will discuss detais and connections later.
Peter
-- 
Dr. Peter Gluck
Cluj, Romania
http://egooutpeters.blogspot.com


Re: [Vo]:fast LENR news about Parkhomov, etc.,

2015-03-19 Thread torulf.greek


If there are some air in the reactor the oxygen will oxidise Ni an
possible other compounds then the temperature becomes high enough. 


This binds the oxygen and it will lower the pressure. 

It will also
make some heat, but only until the oxygen are consumed. 

Torulf 

On
Thu, 19 Mar 2015 11:44:40 -0400, ChemE Stewart  wrote:  

That's
awesome!  

On Thursday, March 19, 2015, Jack Cole  wrote:

It is
impressive even without calorimetry. He would have to make a severe
mistake on input power measurement to be off that far. To be more
specific, he would have to make a mistake on input power measurement on
the run with fuel that he did not make on the run without the fuel (very
unlikely). 

On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 10:15 AM, Peter Gluck  wrote:

Dear
Jack, 

This morning - 8 hours ago, the reactor was still working.
Nothing was announced till now. 
I am sure Alexander will work out a
proper calorimetry system, not easy 
- if no sufficient cooling (as in
his older system) risk of overheating and burnout. 
I have searched for
the new sort of nickel he is using- it is Ni-carbonyl powder according
to GOST 9722-97 (Like ASTM, DIN) type PNK-O2 
See please here- with
Google Translate 
http://meganorm.ru/Data2/1/4294820/4294820717.pdf [2]

Please tell me if it does not work so. 

On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 4:41
PM, Jack Cole  wrote:

Great work Peter. The fact that he has repeated
the results using a method alternative to his calorimetry is very
encouraging. In addition, the fact that he was able to run for such a
long time easily rules out chemical effects. Hopefully, it will keep on
running for more days to weeks. I was concerned about the fact that he
ran out of his initial supply of nickel, but fortunately, the concern
appears unfounded. There is another important detail disclosed - he only
obtained 5 bar of pressure at max. This may well indicate that
relatively low pressures are fine for initiating the reaction. That's
good news from a safety perspective. 

On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 8:00 AM,
Peter Gluck  wrote: 

The evolution of pressure is a lesson of
realism, we have calculaled hundreds of bars from inside and have 1/2
bars from outside. 

Best wishes, 
Peter

 Dear Friends, 

I wanted
that you should receive these news as fast as possible


http://egooutpeters.blogspot.ro/2015/03/fast-issue-lenr-parkhomov-news-from.html
[3] 

We will discuss detais and connections later.  
Peter -- 

Dr.
Peter Gluck 
Cluj, Romania 
http://egooutpeters.blogspot.com [4]
 

 -- 

Dr. Peter Gluck 
Cluj, Romania

http://egooutpeters.blogspot.com [5] 

Links:
--
[1]
mailto:jcol...@gmail.com
[2]
http://meganorm.ru/Data2/1/4294820/4294820717.pdf
[3]
http://egooutpeters.blogspot.ro/2015/03/fast-issue-lenr-parkhomov-news-from.html
[4]
http://egooutpeters.blogspot.com
[5] http://egooutpeters.blogspot.com


Re: [Vo]:fast LENR news about Parkhomov, etc.,

2015-03-19 Thread Peter Gluck
The main player is hydrogen. LIALH$ contains ` 10% in weight
H2, i.e. 6mgr.
2 gr H2 is 22410 mL in standard conditions; ergo 6mgr hydrogen
makes 67 mL gas. This is disappearing during the process
adsorbed in the melt and...?
Peter


On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 7:22 PM, torulf.gr...@bredband.net wrote:

 If there are some air in the reactor the oxygen will oxidise Ni an
 possible other compounds then the temperature becomes high enough.

 This binds the oxygen and it will lower the pressure.

 It will also make some heat, but only until the oxygen are consumed.

 Torulf



 On Thu, 19 Mar 2015 11:44:40 -0400, ChemE Stewart cheme...@gmail.com
 wrote:

 That's awesome!

 On Thursday, March 19, 2015, Jack Cole jcol...@gmail.com wrote:

 It is impressive even without calorimetry.  He would have to make a
 severe mistake on input power measurement to be off that far.  To be more
 specific, he would have to make a mistake on input power measurement on the
 run with fuel that he did not make on the run without the fuel (very
 unlikely).

 On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 10:15 AM, Peter Gluck peter.gl...@gmail.com
 wrote:

 Dear Jack,
 This morning - 8 hours ago, the reactor was still working. Nothing was
 announced till now.
 I am sure Alexander will work out a proper calorimetry system, not easy
 - if no sufficient cooling (as in his older system) risk of overheating
 and burnout.
 I have searched for the new sort of nickel he is using- it is Ni-carbonyl
 powder according to GOST 9722-97 (Like ASTM, DIN) type PNK-O2
 See please here- with Google Translate
 http://meganorm.ru/Data2/1/4294820/4294820717.pdf
 Please tell me if it does not work so.

 On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 4:41 PM, Jack Cole jcol...@gmail.com wrote:

 Great work Peter.  The fact that he has repeated the results using a
 method alternative to his calorimetry is very encouraging.  In addition,
 the fact that he was able to run for such a long time easily rules out
 chemical effects. Hopefully, it will keep on running for more days to
 weeks.  I was concerned about the fact that he ran out of his initial
 supply of nickel, but fortunately, the concern appears unfounded.  There is
 another important detail disclosed - he only obtained 5 bar of pressure at
 max.  This may well indicate that relatively low pressures are fine for
 initiating the reaction.  That's good news from a safety perspective.

 On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 8:00 AM, Peter Gluck peter.gl...@gmail.com
 wrote:

  The evolution of pressure is a lesson of realism, we have calculaled
 hundreds of bars from inside and have 1/2 bars  from outside.
  Best wishes,
 Peter

 Dear Friends,
 I wanted that you should receive these news as fast as possible



 http://egooutpeters.blogspot.ro/2015/03/fast-issue-lenr-parkhomov-news-from.html
  We will discuss detais and connections later.
  Peter
 --
 Dr. Peter Gluck
 Cluj, Romania
 http://egooutpeters.blogspot.com




  --
 Dr. Peter Gluck
 Cluj, Romania
 http://egooutpeters.blogspot.com




-- 
Dr. Peter Gluck
Cluj, Romania
http://egooutpeters.blogspot.com


Re: [Vo]:fast LENR news about Parkhomov, etc.,

2015-03-19 Thread Jack Cole
Great work Peter.  The fact that he has repeated the results using a method
alternative to his calorimetry is very encouraging.  In addition, the fact
that he was able to run for such a long time easily rules out chemical
effects. Hopefully, it will keep on running for more days to weeks.  I was
concerned about the fact that he ran out of his initial supply of nickel,
but fortunately, the concern appears unfounded.  There is another important
detail disclosed - he only obtained 5 bar of pressure at max.  This may
well indicate that relatively low pressures are fine for initiating the
reaction.  That's good news from a safety perspective.

On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 8:00 AM, Peter Gluck peter.gl...@gmail.com wrote:


 Dear Friends,

 I wanted that you should receive these news as fast as possible


 http://egooutpeters.blogspot.ro/2015/03/fast-issue-lenr-parkhomov-news-from.html

 We will discuss detais and connections later.
 Peter
 --
 Dr. Peter Gluck
 Cluj, Romania
 http://egooutpeters.blogspot.com



Re: [Vo]:fast LENR news about Parkhomov, etc.,

2015-03-19 Thread Alberto De Souza
I would suggest running two identical reactors in the same room (one
without fuel) with heating resistances (identical) in series. If the fueled
reactor becomes hotter, we have excess heat. One can film (MFMP style) the
measurement of the resistance of the heaters before, and the voltage on
them during the operation, to prove to skeptics that one have excess heat.

Alberto.

On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 1:41 PM, Peter Gluck peter.gl...@gmail.com wrote:

 The main player is hydrogen. LIALH$ contains ` 10% in weight
 H2, i.e. 6mgr.
 2 gr H2 is 22410 mL in standard conditions; ergo 6mgr hydrogen
 makes 67 mL gas. This is disappearing during the process
 adsorbed in the melt and...?
 Peter


 On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 7:22 PM, torulf.gr...@bredband.net wrote:

 If there are some air in the reactor the oxygen will oxidise Ni an
 possible other compounds then the temperature becomes high enough.

 This binds the oxygen and it will lower the pressure.

 It will also make some heat, but only until the oxygen are consumed.

 Torulf



 On Thu, 19 Mar 2015 11:44:40 -0400, ChemE Stewart cheme...@gmail.com
 wrote:

 That's awesome!

 On Thursday, March 19, 2015, Jack Cole jcol...@gmail.com wrote:

 It is impressive even without calorimetry.  He would have to make a
 severe mistake on input power measurement to be off that far.  To be more
 specific, he would have to make a mistake on input power measurement on the
 run with fuel that he did not make on the run without the fuel (very
 unlikely).

 On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 10:15 AM, Peter Gluck peter.gl...@gmail.com
 wrote:

 Dear Jack,
 This morning - 8 hours ago, the reactor was still working. Nothing was
 announced till now.
 I am sure Alexander will work out a proper calorimetry system, not easy
 - if no sufficient cooling (as in his older system) risk of overheating
 and burnout.
 I have searched for the new sort of nickel he is using- it is Ni-carbonyl
 powder according to GOST 9722-97 (Like ASTM, DIN) type PNK-O2
 See please here- with Google Translate
 http://meganorm.ru/Data2/1/4294820/4294820717.pdf
 Please tell me if it does not work so.

 On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 4:41 PM, Jack Cole jcol...@gmail.com wrote:

 Great work Peter.  The fact that he has repeated the results using a
 method alternative to his calorimetry is very encouraging.  In addition,
 the fact that he was able to run for such a long time easily rules out
 chemical effects. Hopefully, it will keep on running for more days to
 weeks.  I was concerned about the fact that he ran out of his initial
 supply of nickel, but fortunately, the concern appears unfounded.  There 
 is
 another important detail disclosed - he only obtained 5 bar of pressure at
 max.  This may well indicate that relatively low pressures are fine for
 initiating the reaction.  That's good news from a safety perspective.

 On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 8:00 AM, Peter Gluck peter.gl...@gmail.com
 wrote:

  The evolution of pressure is a lesson of realism, we have calculaled
 hundreds of bars from inside and have 1/2 bars  from outside.
  Best wishes,
 Peter

 Dear Friends,
 I wanted that you should receive these news as fast as possible



 http://egooutpeters.blogspot.ro/2015/03/fast-issue-lenr-parkhomov-news-from.html
  We will discuss detais and connections later.
  Peter
 --
 Dr. Peter Gluck
 Cluj, Romania
 http://egooutpeters.blogspot.com




  --
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 Cluj, Romania
 http://egooutpeters.blogspot.com




 --
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 Cluj, Romania
 http://egooutpeters.blogspot.com



Re: [Vo]:fast LENR news about Parkhomov, etc.,

2015-03-19 Thread Peter Gluck
Dear Jack,

This morning - 8 hours ago, the reactor was still working. Nothing was
announced till now.
I am sure Alexander will work out a proper calorimetry system, not easy
- if no sufficient cooling (as in his older system) risk of overheating and
burnout.
I have searched for the new sort of nickel he is using- it is Ni-carbonyl
powder according to GOST 9722-97 (Like ASTM, DIN) type PNK-O2
See please here- with Google Translate
http://meganorm.ru/Data2/1/4294820/4294820717.pdf
Please tell me if it does not work so.


On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 4:41 PM, Jack Cole jcol...@gmail.com wrote:

 Great work Peter.  The fact that he has repeated the results using a
 method alternative to his calorimetry is very encouraging.  In addition,
 the fact that he was able to run for such a long time easily rules out
 chemical effects. Hopefully, it will keep on running for more days to
 weeks.  I was concerned about the fact that he ran out of his initial
 supply of nickel, but fortunately, the concern appears unfounded.  There is
 another important detail disclosed - he only obtained 5 bar of pressure at
 max.  This may well indicate that relatively low pressures are fine for
 initiating the reaction.  That's good news from a safety perspective.

 On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 8:00 AM, Peter Gluck peter.gl...@gmail.com
 wrote:


The evolution of pressure is a lesson of realism, we have calculaled
hundreds of bars from inside and have 1/2 bars  from outside.

Best wishes,
Peter


 Dear Friends,

 I wanted that you should receive these news as fast as possible


 http://egooutpeters.blogspot.ro/2015/03/fast-issue-lenr-parkhomov-news-from.html

 We will discuss detais and connections later.
 Peter
 --
 Dr. Peter Gluck
 Cluj, Romania
 http://egooutpeters.blogspot.com





-- 
Dr. Peter Gluck
Cluj, Romania
http://egooutpeters.blogspot.com


Re: [Vo]:fast LENR news about Parkhomov, etc.,

2015-03-19 Thread Jack Cole
It is impressive even without calorimetry.  He would have to make a severe
mistake on input power measurement to be off that far.  To be more
specific, he would have to make a mistake on input power measurement on the
run with fuel that he did not make on the run without the fuel (very
unlikely).

On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 10:15 AM, Peter Gluck peter.gl...@gmail.com wrote:

 Dear Jack,

 This morning - 8 hours ago, the reactor was still working. Nothing was
 announced till now.
 I am sure Alexander will work out a proper calorimetry system, not easy
 - if no sufficient cooling (as in his older system) risk of overheating
 and burnout.
 I have searched for the new sort of nickel he is using- it is Ni-carbonyl
 powder according to GOST 9722-97 (Like ASTM, DIN) type PNK-O2
 See please here- with Google Translate
 http://meganorm.ru/Data2/1/4294820/4294820717.pdf
 Please tell me if it does not work so.


 On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 4:41 PM, Jack Cole jcol...@gmail.com wrote:

 Great work Peter.  The fact that he has repeated the results using a
 method alternative to his calorimetry is very encouraging.  In addition,
 the fact that he was able to run for such a long time easily rules out
 chemical effects. Hopefully, it will keep on running for more days to
 weeks.  I was concerned about the fact that he ran out of his initial
 supply of nickel, but fortunately, the concern appears unfounded.  There is
 another important detail disclosed - he only obtained 5 bar of pressure at
 max.  This may well indicate that relatively low pressures are fine for
 initiating the reaction.  That's good news from a safety perspective.

 On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 8:00 AM, Peter Gluck peter.gl...@gmail.com
 wrote:


 The evolution of pressure is a lesson of realism, we have calculaled
 hundreds of bars from inside and have 1/2 bars  from outside.

 Best wishes,
 Peter


 Dear Friends,

 I wanted that you should receive these news as fast as possible


 http://egooutpeters.blogspot.ro/2015/03/fast-issue-lenr-parkhomov-news-from.html

 We will discuss detais and connections later.
 Peter
 --
 Dr. Peter Gluck
 Cluj, Romania
 http://egooutpeters.blogspot.com





 --
 Dr. Peter Gluck
 Cluj, Romania
 http://egooutpeters.blogspot.com



Re: [Vo]:fast LENR news about Parkhomov, etc.,

2015-03-19 Thread ChemE Stewart
That's awesome!

On Thursday, March 19, 2015, Jack Cole jcol...@gmail.com wrote:

 It is impressive even without calorimetry.  He would have to make a severe
 mistake on input power measurement to be off that far.  To be more
 specific, he would have to make a mistake on input power measurement on the
 run with fuel that he did not make on the run without the fuel (very
 unlikely).

 On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 10:15 AM, Peter Gluck peter.gl...@gmail.com
 javascript:_e(%7B%7D,'cvml','peter.gl...@gmail.com'); wrote:

 Dear Jack,

 This morning - 8 hours ago, the reactor was still working. Nothing was
 announced till now.
 I am sure Alexander will work out a proper calorimetry system, not easy
 - if no sufficient cooling (as in his older system) risk of overheating
 and burnout.
 I have searched for the new sort of nickel he is using- it is Ni-carbonyl
 powder according to GOST 9722-97 (Like ASTM, DIN) type PNK-O2
 See please here- with Google Translate
 http://meganorm.ru/Data2/1/4294820/4294820717.pdf
 Please tell me if it does not work so.


 On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 4:41 PM, Jack Cole jcol...@gmail.com
 javascript:_e(%7B%7D,'cvml','jcol...@gmail.com'); wrote:

 Great work Peter.  The fact that he has repeated the results using a
 method alternative to his calorimetry is very encouraging.  In addition,
 the fact that he was able to run for such a long time easily rules out
 chemical effects. Hopefully, it will keep on running for more days to
 weeks.  I was concerned about the fact that he ran out of his initial
 supply of nickel, but fortunately, the concern appears unfounded.  There is
 another important detail disclosed - he only obtained 5 bar of pressure at
 max.  This may well indicate that relatively low pressures are fine for
 initiating the reaction.  That's good news from a safety perspective.

 On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 8:00 AM, Peter Gluck peter.gl...@gmail.com
 javascript:_e(%7B%7D,'cvml','peter.gl...@gmail.com'); wrote:


 The evolution of pressure is a lesson of realism, we have calculaled
 hundreds of bars from inside and have 1/2 bars  from outside.

 Best wishes,
 Peter


 Dear Friends,

 I wanted that you should receive these news as fast as possible


 http://egooutpeters.blogspot.ro/2015/03/fast-issue-lenr-parkhomov-news-from.html

 We will discuss detais and connections later.
 Peter
 --
 Dr. Peter Gluck
 Cluj, Romania
 http://egooutpeters.blogspot.com





 --
 Dr. Peter Gluck
 Cluj, Romania
 http://egooutpeters.blogspot.com