New Parkhomov LENR Replication Claimed

Thanks to Mats for telling us about a new claim of a successful replication of Alexander Parkhomov’s E-Cat replica.
It’s anthother report from Russia. The author goes by the name of Sergey in this report.

See the details from experiment 13.0 on this page (Google translated from Russian) https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=sv&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Fjivisam.ru%2Fpage%2Fmoja-realizacija-e-cat-ht%2Fnext%2F4&edit-text=

He writes:

“Well, that “excess” heat. Within about 40 minutes. gave extra power reactor, about .. (700-380) / 3 = 100W. And, little by little increased temperature (at a rate 1g / min – setting PID controller), and the power first increases, and then began to fall! On the chart you can see everything”

Here is the relevant image:

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On LENR-Forum there’s a thread where the author of the report has agreed to provide answers to questions.

https://www.lenr-forum.com/forum/index.php/Thread/2760-Successful-replication-of-Alexander-Parkhomov/?postID=13356#post13356

  • http://renewable.50webs.com/ Christopher Calder

    QUESTION

    What happened to the Lugano research team’s effort to duplicate the E-Cat all on their own? Have they given up, or are they still working on something?

    • Alan Smith

      The Lugano crew are still working with their replication. I hope we might hear some good news soon.

    • E-gatto

      And what is the status on further replication attempts by Parkhomov and by Zhong Sheng Jiang? Do they have a reliable LENR reactor yet which can be demonstrated to Universities, NASA …

  • Alan DeAngelis

    Valentine’s Day from the year Marcus Oliphant synthesized tritium,
    d(d,p)t.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BhVeQV5HBbc

  • Axil Axil

    Fuel is packed into a metal pipe photo: http://jivisam.ru/uploads/energia/1.jpg

    If have speculated here in this forum that the Exotic Neutral Particle (ENP) that produces the LENR effect is mobile and can penetrate and pass through the material that most replicators use to confine that ENP and the LENR reaction.

    An iron pipe might be an absolute requirement as a method of LENR confinement. If you remember, Rossi uses steal sheets as structural material in his wafer.

    I also wonder if a grounding wire is affixed to that pipe, can a current to ground be detected in that grounding wire?

    Rossi claims to produce electrostatic based current flow in his wafer based reactor.

    It would be an easy conformation of overunity if a current to ground is detected that is greater in magnitude than that used as input current.

  • Zephir

    The results may be associated with irregularity of cooling and geometric construction of reactor, which has been placed into a mullite tube (Al2O3), which may act like chimney once it’s not placed in strictly horizontal position.

    • Alan Smith

      Hi Zephir. Worth remembering that Mullite is not pure Al2O3, but contains a (variable) proportion of Aluminium Silicate.
      FWIW, Rossi never used Mullite, though Parkhomov did -as do MFMP.

      • Obvious

        Rossi describes the use of mullite in some embodiments in his patent applications.

        • Obvious

          I did OCR conversions on Patent applications and checked everything I have on Rossi. No mullite found. Silicon Carbide, Corundum, Alumina (complete with specific heat specs, BTW), ceramic found… but no mullite.

  • Gerard McEk

    Maybe using nickel of old NiMh batterie opens the way to a simple LENR test!
    I have mentioned several times that pre-loading nickel with hydrogen may be one of the secrets of Andrea Rossi.

    • Obvious

      Hydrated nickel is suggested in Rossi’s early patent applications.

    • Optimist

      Loading nickel with hydrogen is an endothermic process and releasing it exothermic. Energy spikes during release do therefore not necessarily mean there was a lenr reaction. For that we need nuclear signatures or average cop above what can be explained by lattice energy release or chemical reactions. I’m not sure that this short experiment checks those boxes?

      • Gerard McEk

        I agree about that, Optimist. For me the hydrated nickel of the battery would be just the starting point for a well documented and equipped LENR test.

        • Zephir

          It wasn’t hydrated nickel, but nickel alloy washed out of the KOH residui with water.

      • Obvious

        Perhaps I’m misunderstanding you, but it is not the spikes that are of interest on the chart. The spikes seem to be related to the specific increases in temperature setting steps (?).
        It is the big drop in input power (purple) while temperature (red) maintains and slowly increases that is interesting. This is very much Parkhomov-like.

    • Zephir

      Why not, the alloys in NiMh are already optimized to hydrogen absorption, which is the key factor of success of cold fusion, as Hagelstein-Kubre from MIT proved already.

      http://world.std.com/%7Emica/Loadinghistogram-636.jpg

  • OMGWTFZPMBBQ

    Intriguing, I have a few of these laying around here. Wonder if they can be repurposed? Old NiMH could actually be more valuable than first thought.

    • Mats002

      Oh My God What The F**k Zero Point Mmmm – ehr? I didn’t follow all the way, can you fill in please?

      • Chris the 2nd

        Zero Point Module (from Stargate Atlantis, I assume?) Barbecue!

        • Mats002

          Thanks Chris!

  • Axil Axil

    This experiment uses an old chinese manufactured depleted nickel–metal hydride battery as a fuel source.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nickel%E2%80%93metal_hydride_battery

    “A nickel–metal hydride battery, abbreviated NiMH or Ni–MH, is a type of rechargeable battery. The chemical reaction at the positive electrode is similar to that of the nickel–cadmium cell (NiCd), with both using nickel oxyhydroxide (NiOOH). However, the negative electrodes use a hydrogen-absorbing alloy instead of cadmium.”

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/ee/Nimh_disassembled.jpg/440px-Nimh_disassembled.jpg

    Disassembled NiMH AA battery:

    1 – Positive terminal
    2 – Outer metal casing (also negative terminal)
    3 – Positive electrode
    4 – Negative electrode with current collector (metal grid, connected to metal casing)
    5 – Separator (between electrodes)

    http://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1312/1312.6851.pdf

    How to extract metalized hydrogen (HRM) from a 5 year old battery.

    “In our earlier study, it was demonstrated, that as a result of the thermal runaway of nickel–cadmium batteries, large amounts of hydrogen are released19. The thermal decomposition of electrodes demonstrated that hydrogen accumulates in the electrodes of nickel–cadmium batteries in the process of their operation. So KSX-25 battery with the service period of over five years contains approximately 800 liters of hydrogen. The capacity of an oxide-nickel electrode as a hydrogen absorber was quantified as 13.4 wt% and 0.4 g сm −3 (ref. 20). The obtained result exceeds the earlier obtained results for nickel hydride (obtained using traditional methods) by 10 times21, and for any reversible metal hydrides, including magnesium hydride or complex hydrides by 2 times22,23. This article is devoted to the determination of where and in what form hydrogen accumulates in electrodes of nickel–cadmium batteries. It is possible to physically divide oxide-nickel electrode into two phases – active substance (nickel hydroxide) and metal–ceramic matrix (in the case of sintered electrodes present in KSX-25 batteries). If hydrogen is intercalated into nickel hydroxides then, when nickel hydroxides reacts with acids and forms soluble salts, intercalary hydrogen will be released, because nickel hydroxides disappear and the salt dissolves into the solution. Any type of acid, which forms soluble salts with nickel hydroxide, but does not interact or poorly interact with metal matrix, can be used for this purpose. For example, it possible to use sulfuric acid, which interacts with nickel hydroxides with the formation of soluble salt of nickel sulfate”…and so on…

    One of my criteria for HRM formation is time. This paper illustrates that a nickel battery used for 5 years will produce HRM.

    • Zephir

      It could be somehow related to Randell Mills hydrino. The AMH products always contain some nickel, so that they can also contain hydrogen packed inside the nickel matrix and stabilized in lower quantum state by Cassimir states by its cavities. Randell Mills also reported the preparation of similar hydrino samples before some time. http://i.imgur.com/1k9gZIU.jpg