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Author Topic: Tadahiko Mizuno LENR breakthrough COP of 5 and up to 10 Seeking Replication .  (Read 238 times)
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https://overunity.com/18267/tadahiko-mizuno-lenr-breakthrough-cop-of-5-and-up-to-10-seeking-replication/msg538056/#msg538056

With an input power of 50W electric for the heating element, the reactor puts out 300 watts of thermal power.
With an imput power of 300W electric for the heating element, the reactor puts out +3000 watts of thermal power (estimated based on surface and room temperature increases, as their air flow calorimeter can only handle up to 1000 watts thermal output).

Deneum Technology, an exotic energy start up with labs in Estonia, is the first public attempt to replicate Mizuno’s R20 reactor. They have already published a video of their setup and will be running their experiment through next week.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWZ-uXQTF_s
   
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Note that 25 July 2019 I posted a link on this same subject (Mizuno LENR) providing this link, which I still think is one of the best on this topic:

https://coldfusionnow.org/cold-fusion-reactor-heats-room-in-sapporo/


  Thanks, Chet. 
   
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  Deneum labs is doing a replication with admirable equipment.  Its not easy, because of the deuterium gas required.
Here is there part 2 - published 5 Aug 19. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKRt3fa4lfU

Near the end of the video, they say, "this leaves a glimmer of hope".
   
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Thank you for the response
perhaps you could qualify the difficulties ( with this gas ) to the Layman
so some perspective can be added from our point of you view
  I also received a link from Another member of an experiment similar to those woopy has done and Brad has done and others
 Will add
   
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Thank you for the response
perhaps you could qualify the difficulties ( with this gas ) to the Layman
so some perspective can be added from our point of you view
  I also received a link from Another member of an experiment similar to those woopy has done and Brad has done and others
 Will add


   Good questions -  O0
1.  Deuterium gas tends to be expensive, and dangerous to work with (very flammable)
2.  As you watch the Deneum videos, you see the level of sophistication required to provide a hard vacuum AND heat the DUT at the same time. 
3.  D2-gas loading into palladium-coated nickel mesh is not easy - as one can see in the videos.
   
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  Deneum labs is doing a replication with admirable equipment.  Its not easy, because of the deuterium gas required.
Here is there part 2 - published 5 Aug 19. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKRt3fa4lfU

Near the end of the video, they say, "this leaves a glimmer of hope".

  The scientific paper describing this method and Mizuno's results is here:
Mizuno, T. and J. Rothwell. Increased Excess Heat from Palladium Deposited on Nickel (Preprint). in The 22nd
International Conference for Condensed Matter Nuclear Science ICCF-22. 2019. Assisi, Italy.

 https://www.lenr-canr.org/acrobat/MizunoTincreasede.pdf 
   
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