The "Rossi effect" is controlled in a narrow range by balancing heat removal
and heat addition. 


It will not work reliably without constant heat removal. 


Therefore, power input related to the proper operation must be included as





From: Peter Gluck 


Dear Jones,


just from curiosity, in what kind of P-in has to be included the pump's
power and why? 


> We presume (hope) that the Swedes will not use a hose connected to
where you get free water pressure, and will use a pump. The pump's power
must be included in P-in.

A liter/sec pump seems to require one horsepower or about .75 kW.


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