I will be happy if A.R. has something credible.  The Swedish Academy seems to 
be 'all in'.

From: Adrian Ashfield <a.ashfi...@verizon.net>
Sent: Thursday, November 23, 2017 7:05 PM
To: vortex-l@eskimo.com
Subject: [Vo]:Ross E-Cat QX demo Nove 24

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 
 and his latest scientific 

  *   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 
 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 
 wich according Rossi secures following performance properties:
– COP is higher that 50 (>20000 calculated from latest 
– 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

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