Harry Veeder wrote:

I think it is a great way to fake it.


Okay, what insulator would you use inside the pipe? You need something thin enough to allow the water through and yet effective at 1 L/s with a 31°C temperature difference for the apparent 130 kW heat in the Feb. 10 test.

Why wouldn't Levi et al. notice that they cannot insert the thermocouples more than a faction of the way into the hose? (If they could insert it and it did not penetrate the barrier, it would block the middle channel.)

- Jed

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