Probabil că ați auzit de E-cat-ul (Energy Catalyzer) lui Andreea Rossi, un reactor care folosește Hidrogen și Nichel drept combustibil pentru a produce cantități excesive de căldură, pe baza unui proces neconvențional, identificat de Rossi & Co. ca fiind mult-vânatul proces de fuziune la rece (cold fusion), sau, mai corect spus, LENR (Low-Energy Nuclear Reaction). Am așteptat un test serios până să abordez subiectul. Iată că acesta a venit după câțiva ani de așteptări. Autorii celor două teste precum și metodologia de analiză adoptată pun invenția lui Rossi într-o nouă lumină de credibilitate. Dacă testele au fost efectuate 100% corect avem un dispoztiv revoluționar atât pentru partea de aplicații practice, cât și pentru implicațiile devastatoare pe care le produce asupra modelului standard al atomului și al nucleului!
Aveți mai jos link-ul către datele experimentului precum si comunicatul de pe site-ul http://ecat.com.
“Indication of anomalous heat energy production in a reactor device containing hydrogen loaded nickel powder
The measurements of electrical power input were performed with a large bandwidth three-phase power analyzer. Data were collected in two experimental runs lasting 96 and 116 hours, respectively. An anomalous heat production was indicated in both experiments. The 116-hour experiment also included a calibration of the experimental set-up without the active charge present in the E-Cat HT. In this case, no extra heat was generated beyond the expected heat from the electric input. Computed volumetric and gravimetric energy densities were found to be far above those of any known chemical source. Even by the most conservative assumptions as to the errors in the measurements, the result is still one order of magnitude greater than conventional energy sources.
The two test measurements described in this text were conducted with the same methodology on two different devices: a first prototype, termed E-Cat HT, and a second one, resulting from technological improvements on the first, termed E-Cat HT2. Both have indicated heat production from an unknown reaction primed by heat from resistor coils. The results obtained indicate that energy was produced in decidedly higher quantities than what may be gained from any conventional source. In the March test, about 62 net kWh were produced, with a consumption of about 33 kWh, a power density of about 5.3 · 105, and a density of thermal energy of about 6.1 · 107 Wh/kg. In the December test, about 160 net kWh were produced, with a consumption of 35 kWh, a power density of about 7 · 103 W/kg and a thermal energy density of about 6.8 · 105 Wh/kg. The difference in results between the two tests may be seen in the overestimation of the weight of the charge in the first test (which was comprehensive of the weight of the two metal caps sealing the cylinder), and in the manufacturer’s choice of keeping temperatures under control in the second experiment to enhance the stability of the operating cycle. In any event, the results obtained place both devices several orders of magnitude outside the bounds of the Ragone plot region for chemical sources.
Even from the standpoint of a “blind” evaluation of volumetric energy density, if we consider the whole volume of the reactor core and the most conservative figures on energy production, we still get a value of (7.93 ± 0.8) 102 MJ/Liter that is one order of magnitude higher than any conventional source.
Lastly, it must be remarked that both tests were terminated by a deliberate shutdown of the reactor, not by fuel exhaustion; thus, the energy densities that were measured should be considered as lower limits of real values.
The March test is to be considered an improvement over the one performed in December, in that various problems encountered in the first experiment were addressed and solved in the second one. In the next test experiment which is expected to start in the summer of 2013, and will last about six months, a long term performance of the E-Cat HT2 will be tested. This test will be crucial for further attempts to unveil the origin of the heat phenomenon observed so far.
- Giuseppe Levi Bologna University, Bologna, Italy
- Evelyn Foschi Bologna, Italy
- Torbjörn Hartman, Bo Höistad, Roland Pettersson and Lars Tegnér Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden
- Hanno Essén Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
Indication of anomalous heat energy production in a reactor device“