Apparently the demo will be taking place at 10am in the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering. You can see it streamed at ~ noon EST at www.ecat.com or http://ecatworld.org from which the following notes were taken.
What is already known about E-Cat QX? During the last year Andrea Rossi on several occasions has released carefully selected information from his R&D work with the QX heat generator. Below are some statements recently compiled from his blog and his latest scientific publication: QX (earlier named by Rossi “Quark X”) is a very small cylinder shaped plasma reactor generating large amounts of excess heat (0-100%), light (0-50%)and electricity (0-10%). QX data- length 10mm-diameter 5mm- default output power 20W An activated QX contains a plasma between two LiAlH4 charged nickel rods QX plasma is charge neutral (Van de Graaff behaviour) , with voltage drop like an electrical conductor made by silver (Ag) QX plasma default temperature – >2300 Celsius QX reactor default input power – 0.01W (0.1V DC-0.1A) QX power default power density – 30W/cm-3 Large output power can be obtained with combining many QX in a stack 1 MW power of QX stack fits within 1 cubic meter (excl. heat exchanger) QX modules will be reloaded in factory exchange system Work on QX is now moving towards phase of industrialization with assistance of Hydrofusion and unknown partner(s) . QX will be mass manufactured by ABB robots. First factories will be placed in USA and Sweden. Market introduction only after full economy of scale production is ready On Nov 11 2017 the one year reliabilty test of QX reached Sigma 5 wich according Rossi secures following performance properties: – COP is higher that 50 (>20000 calculated from latest experiement) – Tested QX supplied 20W heat power continuously in a year – QX functions totally at least one year (8760 hours) on one charge – QX charge will last 10 years with 10% intermittent use – QX units are possible to control – No harmful radiation is present – No risk for run away or melt down R&D is started to adapt QX based heater to Stirling engine within a year Universal mobile QX engine is in plans