Tanzella, F.L., *Isoperibolic Hydrogen Hot Tube Reactor Studies* 2018: SRI



In August 2012, SRI International (SRI - https://www.sri.com) was
contracted by Brillouin Energy Corp. of Berkeley California (“Brillouin”,
“Brillouin Energy” or “the company” – http://brillouinenergy.com) to
perform independent studies of Brillouin’s low energy nuclear reaction
(LENR) reactors, as well as advise on related Brillouin LENR research. We
have operated these reactors to observe, monitor, analyze, advise on, and
independently verify Brillouin’s LENR evolving research & development work,
test systems, and test results. This Report documents the most recent
independent results obtained with Brillouin’s prototype reactors located in
SRI’s laboratory, as well as verification and validation of results
obtained with Brillouin’s prototype reactors located in Brillouin’s
laboratory, over the course of the past year. Brillouin indicates that it
has designed the control systems in its reactors to drive the underlying
physics of LENR, as described in its Controlled Electron Capture Reaction
(CECR) Hypothesis, which is how it believes its reactors generate
controlled LENR Reaction Heat. This Report does not attempt to prove or
disprove Brillouin’s CECR Hypothesis.

A summary on p. 4:

In our extensive review of the test data generated from all four of
Brillouin’s IPB HHTtm systems, from test runs made at both SRI’s laboratory
and Brillouin’s laboratory during the past year, the test data showed and
continues to show that LENR heat outputs of several watts were repeatedly
produced from positive coefficients in the range of 1.2X to 1.6X, depending
on various factors . . .

Table E.1 lists "Qreaction/Watts" ranging from 3 to 5 W, and a "COP" of
~1.6. On p.13, "Qreaction" is defined as output minus input, so in the best
case that is 5 W excess power at that ratio: i.e., 8.3 W in, 13.3 out. With
a good calorimeter they should have no difficulty measuring that.

- Jed

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