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Electrical catalyst

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Tadej Bajda a.k.a.Tamal Krishna
das Krsko, Slovenia
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Abstract
Description of a fictional device, cylindrical in shape, for starting a low energy nuclear reaction. Using an environment of hydrogen and nickel charecteristics, similiar to one in an E-Cat. Imagining hydrogen molecul as a spring resonant system and simply using frequency and power of electricity as a catalyst.
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835 comments to Electrical catalyst

  • renatoestri

    Dear Andrea,

    here’s a publication by Mats Lewan, a swedish Senior Reporter at Ny Teknik.
    He holds a Master in Engineering Physics at the Stockholm KTH.
    Some interesting answers to internet-criticisms can be found at this link:

    http://matslew.wordpress.com/

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dr Joseph Fine:
    Thank you for the interesting information,
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Vladimir S.:
    Not so far,
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Silvio Caggia:
    The weight is published in the Report,
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Silvio Caggia

    Dear Andrea Rossi,
    Can you tell us the total weight of the e-cat HT2 used in march thirdy party test?
    I made a bet with a friend of mine…
    I guessed between 6.150,4 and 13.838,4 grams… Who wins? :-)
    Regards
    Silvio

  • Vladimir S.

    Dear Mr. Rossi,

    as we know, your second (and so far the last) industrial E-Cat has been delivered to your US partner and after some time possibly will be available for visiting by qualified parties (interested in buying one). Is there any similar installation planned in Europe, so that many of your potential European customers can get a chance to observe an operational E-Cat working under real conditions?

    Best regards,
    Vladimir S.

  • Joseph Fine

    Andrea,

    You are obviously involved in the production and transfer of heat.

    So you may be interested in using “Nano-glue” to spread heat around more evenly in the interior of the Hot-Cat devices in order to minimize damage.

    I am forwarding this as it may be useful to the effort.

    And, if useful, maybe I can improve my “batting average” of good ideas.

    Best regards,

    Joseph Fine

    http://newenergyandfuel.com/http:/newenergyandfuel/com/2012/12/06/a-better-way-to-move-the-heat/

    A Better Way to Move the Heat

    A research Team at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has developed a new method for significantly increasing the heat transfer rate across two different materials. Heat transfer is a critical aspect of many different technologies. As computer chips grow smaller and more complex, manufacturers are constantly in search of new and better means for removing excess heat from semiconductor devices to boost reliability and performance.

    The moving of heat, particularly from a heat producing device such as a computer processor to the heat sink and fan is an important design issue – keeping the processor alive and other parts like the power supplies, transformers, mosfets and other parts would also scale up to other devices. That would save a lot of equipment from an early demise, which could include a lot of hours and expense used to mange a recovery.

    The list reaches into the future too. New devices with advances in cooling computer chips and lighting-emitting diode (LED) devices, collecting solar power, harvesting waste heat, and other applications should get to market sooner. With photovoltaic devices, for example, better heat transfer leads to more efficient conversion of sunlight to electrical power. LED makers are also looking for ways to increase efficiency by reducing the percentage of input power lost as heat. For improvements both in efficiency and costs heat management is an important matter.

    Ganapati Ramanath, professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Rensselaer, who led the new study, said the ability to enhance and optimize interfacial thermal conductance should lead to new innovations in these and other applications.

    http://news.rpi.edu/update.do?artcenterkey=3110

    A team of interdisciplinary researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has developed a new method for significantly increasing the heat transfer rate across two different materials. Results of the team’s study, published in the journal Nature Materials, could enable new advances in cooling computer chips and lighting-emitting diode (LED) devices, collecting solar power, harvesting waste heat, and other applications.

    By sandwiching a layer of ultrathin “nanoglue” between copper and silica, the research team demonstrated a four-fold increase in thermal conductance at the interface between the two materials. Less than a nanometer—or one billionth of a meter—thick, the nanoglue is a layer of molecules that form strong links with the copper (a metal) and the silica (a ceramic), which otherwise would not stick together well. This kind of nanomolecular locking improves adhesion, and also helps to sync up the vibrations of atoms that make up the two materials which, in turn, facilitates more efficient transport of heat particles called phonons. Beyond copper and silica, the research team has demonstrated their approach works with other metal-ceramic interfaces.

    http://www.nature.com/nmat/journal/v12/n2/full/nmat3465.html

    Bonding-induced thermal conductance enhancement at inorganic heterointerfaces using nanomolecular monolayers

    Peter J. O’Brien, Sergei Shenogin, Jianxiun Liu, Philippe K. Chow,
    Danielle Laurencin, P. Hubert Mutin, Masashi Yamaguchi, Pawel Keblinski
    & Ganpati Ramanath Nature Materials 12, 118–122 (2013)
    doi:10.1038/nmat3465

    “Manipulating interfacial thermal transport is important for many technologies including nanoelectronics, solid-state lighting, energy generation and nanocomposites1, 2, 3. Here, we demonstrate the use of a strongly bonding organic nanomolecular monolayer (NML) at model metal/dielectric interfaces to obtain up to a fourfold increase in the interfacial thermal conductance, to values as high as 430 MW m−2 K−1 in the copper–silica system. We also show that the approach of using an NML can be implemented to tune the interfacial thermal conductance in other materials systems. Molecular dynamics simulations indicate that the remarkable enhancement we observe is due to strong NML–dielectric and NML–metal bonds that facilitate efficient heat transfer through the NML. Our results underscore the importance of interfacial bond strength as a means to describe and control interfacial thermal transport in a variety of materials systems.”

    http://news.rpi.edu/update.do?artcenterkey=2154

    Inexpensive “Nanoglue” Can Bond Nearly Anything Together
    Troy, N.Y. — Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have developed a new method to bond materials that don’t normally stick together. The team’s adhesive, which is based on self-assembling nanoscale chains, could impact everything from next-generation computer chip manufacturing to energy production.

    Less than a nanometer — or one billionth of a meter — thick, the nanoglue is inexpensive to make and can withstand temperatures far higher than what was previously envisioned. In fact, the adhesive’s molecular bonds strengthen when exposed to heat.

    The glue material is already commercially available, but the research team’s method of treating the glue to dramatically enhance its “stickiness” and heat resistance is completely new. The project, led by Rensselaer materials science and engineering professor Ganapathiraman Ramanath, is featured in the May 17 issue of the journal Nature.

    Like many key scientific discoveries, Ramanath and his team happened upon the novel, heat-hardened nanoglue by accident.

    For years Ramanath has investigated ways of assembling layers of molecular chains between two different materials to enhance the structural integrity, efficiency, and reliability of semiconductor devices in computer chips. His team has shown that molecular chains with a carbon backbone — ending with appropriate elements such as silicon, oxygen, or sulfur — can improve adhesion and prevent heat-triggered mixing of atoms of the adjoining substances. Recently, Ramanath’s group and other researchers have found these nanolayers to be useful for creating adhesives, lubricants, and protective surface coatings.

    The nanolayers, however, are extremely susceptible to heat and begin to degrade or simply detach from a surface when exposed to temperatures above 400 degrees Celsius. This severe limitation has precluded more widespread use of the nanolayers.

    Ramanath’s team decided to sandwich a nanolayer between a thin film of copper and silica, thinking the extra support would help strengthen the nanolayer’s bonds and boost its adhesive properties. It proved to be an insightful venture, and the research team found more than it bargained for.

    When exposed to heat, the middle layer of the “nanosandwich” did not break down or fall off – as it had nowhere to go. But that was not the only good news. The nanolayer’s bonds grew stronger and more adhesive when exposed to temperatures above 400 degrees Celsius. Constrained between the copper and silica, the nanolayer’s molecules hooked onto an adjoining surface with unexpectedly strong chemical bonds.

    “The higher you heat it, the stronger the bonds are,” Ramanath said. “When we first started out, I had not imagined the molecules behaving this way.”

    To make sure it wasn’t a fluke, his team recreated the test more than 50 times over the past two years. The results have been consistent, and show heating up the sandwiched nanolayer increases its interface toughness — or “stickiness” — by five to seven times. Similar toughness has been demonstrated using micrometer-thick layers, but never before with a nanometer-thick layer. A nanometer is 1,000 times smaller than a micrometer.

    Because of their small size, these enhanced nanolayers will likely be useful as adhesives in a wide assortment of micro- and nanoelectronic devices where thicker adhesive layers just won’t fit.

    Another unprecedented aspect of Ramanath’s discovery is that the sandwiched nanolayers continue to strengthen up to temperatures as high as 700 degrees Celsius. The ability of these adhesive nanolayers to withstand and grow stronger with heat could have novel industrial uses, such as holding paint on hot surfaces like the inside of a jet engine or a huge power plant turbine.

    Along with nanoscale and high heat situations, Ramanath is confident the new nanoglue will have other unforeseen uses.

    “This could be a versatile and inexpensive solution to connect any two materials that don’t bond well with each other,” Ramanath said. “Although the concept is not intuitive at first, it is simple, and could be implemented for a wide variety of potential commercial applications.

    “The molecular glue is inexpensive — 100 grams cost about $35 — and already commercially available, which makes our method well-suited to today’s marketplace. Our method can definitely be scaled up to meet the low-cost demands of a large manufacturer,” he said.

    Ramanath and his team have filed a disclosure on their findings and are moving forward toward a patent, which will complement the robust portfolio of other intellectual property they hold in this field. The team is also exploring what happens when certain variables of the nanoglue are tweaked, such as making taller nanolayers or sandwiching the layers between substances other than copper and silica.

    Along with Ramanath, Rensselaer materials science and engineering graduate students Darshan Gandhi and Amit Singh contributed to the paper. Other co-authors include Rensselaer physics professor Saroj Nayak and graduate student Yu Zhou, IBM researcher Michael Lane at the T.J. Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, N.Y., and Ulrike Tisch and Moshe Eizenberg of the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology.

    Ramanath’s ongoing research is supported by the National Science Foundation, the U.S.-Israel Binational Science Foundation, the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, and New York state through the Interconnect Focus Center.

    LaVerne Hess, the NSF program official most familiar with Ramanath’s work, applauded the interdisciplinary nature and strong technical relevance of the nanoglue project.

    “It’s a good example of basic materials science research motivated by an understanding of engineering needs in the electronics field, and involving fundamental chemistry concepts to create new materials capabilities to enable progress in a field important to U.S. competitiveness,” Hess said.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Wiet van der Brink:
    This reaction of Wikipedia is correct, I appreciate it. Is a sign of honesty.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Wiet van den Brink

    Dear Andrea Rossi / Tom Conover

    On the Dutch wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrea_Rossi_(entrepreneur)
    i found this reaction

    This biographical article needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (October 2011)

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Marco Grande:
    After the domestic E-Cat will have gained the safety certification, as I explained many times. This is the reason why we did not accept money for the pre orders: we do not know when we will be allowed to deliver the domestis E-Cats.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Alex:
    Thank you for your intelligent comment,
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Koen Vandewalle

    Alea iacta est !

  • K. D.

    Mr. Marco Grande
    It is annoying to read the same question again and again, but which Mr. Rossi answered so many times in the past.

    That he is working to get proper certifications.
    It might take one year or ten or never. But I believe that after some records taken from longer working industrial plants it might be possible.

  • Alex

    Ing. Rossi,

    You have every reason to be angry about the snakes and their lies. Following the successful independent tests that have proved to the world that you are HONEST, the snakes can do nothing but spread lies. They have commenced the final battle against you and your project which they will lose. As Gandhi had said:
    First they try to ignore you, then they try to ridicule you, then they fight you, then you win.

    May I recommend that you do not lose time in worrying about the snakes, they can only crawl on their own sh++ and they cannot rise above the ground, but only hide under rocks and rotting fallen tree trunks.

    Keep on working hard (yes this is an egoistic command) and give us your 1 megawatt hot cat electric. We are waiting for it since it will reduce the price of electricity by an order of magnitude.

    God be with you.

  • Marco Grande

    Dear Andrea Rossi,
    when do you think you will be able to deliver the domestic E-cats which many people pre-ordered?

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Herb Gills,
    Thank you, interesting,
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Herb Gillis

    Dear Andrea Rossi:
    U.S. Pat. No. 4327239 describes a method for producing hydrocarbons directly from carbon dioxide and water by using thermal energy. The process occurs in two stages. The first stage produces oxygen from water over a zeolite and requires a temperature in the range of 500 to 950 C. This is the endothermic stage. The solid zeolite retains the protons from the water. In the second stage of the process CO2 is reduced to a mixture of hydrocarbons using the zeolite from the first stage, at a temperature between 200 and 400 C. The spent zeolite then recycles to the first stage.
    Clearly this patent is old (expired). However; the availability of cheap and safe heat sources [ie. the Hot Cat ] may make a case for reevaluating this technology for the recycling of CO2 into hydrocarbon fuels. Based on the known capabilities of the Hot-Cat it might be a particularly good fit. The process, as described, does not appear to require electricity.
    Kind Regards; HRG.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Brian:
    Our Partner is preparing the factory to make the plants. The 1 MW plant will be delivered to a Customer of his. He is both manufactirung and selling the products.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Tom Conover:
    There are many imprecisions and errors but at least there are not false accusations.
    I will try to fix this decisively improved version, if this will be permitted. At least now we are on a plane of reciprocal honesty, even if the Seebeck Effect numbers have been very different, since the problem was they had low efficiency, not low power, modules of 2 W can be put in series and parallels to get any power, a link to the Report of the Third Indipendent Party regarding the E-Cat should be put, a link to http://www.ingandrearossi to understand what really happened in my past should also be put. Let me say that now the page does not make false accusations, but appears to be very much biased, sort of ” Jesus Christ did walk on the water, because at the age of 33 still was not able to swim”…but it is true that now, at least, you are not at the level sort of ” Jesus Christ has been crucified because robbed a caravan of Rabbis”. Thanks to this mode-variation, possibly, from now, we can talk friendly.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Tom Conover

    Wikipedia has been fixed Andrea.

    Andrea Rossi (entrepreneur)

    This page has some issuesAndrea RossiBornJune 3, 1950 (age 62)Milan, ItalyResidenceMilan, ItalyNationalityItalianAlma materUniversity of Milan (1973)Doctoral advisorLudovico Geymonat[citation needed]Known forPetroldragon, Energy CatalyzerAndrea Rossi (born 3 June 1950) is an Italian inventor[1] and entrepreneur.[2][3]He is the inventor of the Energy Catalyzer(also called E-Cat), which is a purportedcold fusion or Low-Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR) thermal power source.[4]He claimed to have invented a process to convert organic waste into oil for which, in 1978, he founded a company namedPetroldragon. In the 1990s, following the collapse of the company, he was jailed for environmental crimes and tax fraud, serving six months in prison. He was ultimately acquitted.[5]

    Biography

    Andrea Rossi was born in 1950 on the 3rd of June, in Milan. In 1973, Rossi graduated in Philosophy at the University of Milan,[6] with a thesis on Albert Einstein’s Theory of Relativity and its interrelationship with Edmund Husserl’sPhenomenology.[7][unreliable source?][8][9]

    Business ventures

    Petroldragon

    In 1974, he registered a patent for an incineration system. In 1978, he wroteThe Incineration of Waste and River Purification, published in Milan byTecniche Nuove. He then founded Petroldragon, a company for developing oil from waste, which collapsed in the 1990s amidst allegations of dumping toxic waste.[10]In the early 1990s the company was disbanded following accusations of dumping environmental toxins, as well as tax fraud. Its assets were seized, together with Rossi’s personal assets, and Andrea Rossi was arrested and imprisoned. Subsequently released, Rossi emigrated to the United States, and went on to found Leonardo Technology Incorporated. More than 10 years after his imprisonment, Rossi was acquitted. The government of the Lombardia region spent over forty million euros to dispose of the 70,000 tonnes of toxic waste that Petrol Dragon was storing on site.[5]

    Electricity from waste heat

    In the US Rossi started the consulting firm Leonardo Technologies, Inc. (LTI). He secured a defense contract to evaluate the potential of generating electricity from waste heat by usingthermoelectric generators. Such devices are normally only used for refrigeration (Peltier effect), because the efficiency for generating electrical power is only a few percent. Rossi suggested that his devices could attain 20% efficiency. Larger modules would be manufactured in Italy.Rossi sent 27 thermoelectric devices for evaluation to the Engineer Research and Development Center; 19 of these did not produce any electricity at all. The remaining units produced less than 1 watt each, instead of the expected 800–1000 watt.[11]

    Claims regarding nuclear fusion

    Main article: Energy CatalyzerIn January 2011 Andrea Rossi and Professor Sergio Focardi claimed to have successfully demonstrated commercially viable cold fusion in a device called anEnergy Catalyzer, although in an interview Rossi claimed that his Energy Catalyzer does not work on the basis of cold fusion, but weak [force] nuclear reactions.[12] The international patent application received an unfavorableinternational preliminary report on patentability because it seemed to “offend against the generally accepted laws of physics and established theories” and to overcome this problem the application should have contained either experimental evidence or a firm theoretical basis in current scientific theories.[13] Journalists were not allowed to examine the core of the reactor, and there is still uncertainty about the viability of the invention.[14]

    See also

    Cold fusionFischer-TropschThermal depolymerization

    References

    ^ Mark Gibbs (2011-10-17). ”Hello Cheap Energy, Hello Brave New World”. Forbes. Retrieved 2011-11-12.^ http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/05/22/e_cat_test_claims_success_yet_again/Richard Chirgwin, The Register: “Italian entrepreneur Andrea Rossi”^ http://www.ilsole24ore.com/art/tecnologie/2011-10-13/fusione-fredda-sfida-continua-210440.shtml?uuid=AaIpikCE Paolo Magliocco, Il Sole 24 Ore,”Fusione fredda: la sfida continua. L’esperimento dell’imprenditore Andrea Rossi”.TRANSLATION:”Cold fusion: the challenge continues. The experiment performed by entrepreneur Andrea Rossi”^ World Intellectual Property Organization publication number WO/2009/125444.^ a b ”Riciclaggio rifiuti tossici Assolto Andrea Rossi”. Archiviostorico.corriere.it. Retrieved 2011-11-12.^ Mats Lewan (23 June 2011), ”‘E-cat’: Here is the Greek energy box”,NyTeknik, retrieved 2012-03-06^ ”Andrea Rossi’s E-Cataclysm?”. Retrieved 2011-10-29.^ Mats Lewan (2011-06-23). ”‘E-cat’: Here is the Greek energy box”. Ny Teknik. Included was a statement from the University of Milan attesting that Andrea Rossi holds a laurea in philosophy.^ Herr Rossi sucht das Glück der Menschheit, Der Spiegel: “Bis vor wenigen Monaten Andrea Rossi auf der Bildfläche erschien. Der Italiener mit Hochschulabschlüssen in Philosophie und Technischer Chemie erklärte, dass ihm der Bau eines von ihm sogenannten E-Catalyzers gelungen sei: ein Fusionskraftwerk, in dem Nickel und Wasserstoff miteinander verschmelzen und dabei Wärme erzeugen.” TRANSLATION: “Until that Andrea Rossi appeared on the scene a few months ago. The Italian with degree in philosophy and chemical engineering, said that he had succeeded in building one of his so-called E-Catalyzer: a fusion power plant to blend nickel and hydrogen with production of heat.”^ Hambling, David. ”Cold fusion rears its head as ‘E-Cat’ research promises to change the world (Wired UK)”. Retrieved 2011-10-29.^ John Huston, Chris Wyatt, Chris Nichols, Michael J. Binder, and Franklin H. Holcomb (September 2004).Application of Thermoelectric Devices to Fuel Cell Power Generation: Demonstration and Evaluation. Construction Engineering Research Laboratory in Champaign, Illinois, part of Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC). (online pdf[1]^ ”Issue #36: Energy Catalyzer: It Works and It’s Not Fusion”. New Energy Times. 2011-01-31. Retrieved 2011-11-12.^ Lisa Zyga (2011-01-20), ”Italian Scientists claim to have demonstrated cold fusion”, Physorg.com^ Lewan, Mats (February 7, 2011).”Cold Fusion: Here’s the Greek company building 1 MW”. Ny Teknik.

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  • Brian

    Dear Mr. Rossi

    I hope that you are well.

    Can you tell us more about the current efforts of your US partner? Is your partner the same entity to whom you shipped the 1MW E-Cat or are they separate entities? Is the US partner currently manufacturing its own E-Cats? Has the US partner already conducted its own sales?

    Thank you for taking the time to answer my questions

    Brian

  • Antonella

    PS. riguardo Wikipedia. Quella italiana è anche peggio: la pagina a tuo nome è composta da una sola riga (data di nascita, accenno a Petroldragon), mentre quella dell’E-Cat non esiste.

    Ulteriore lavoro per i tuoi legali, suppongo. Scusami se contribuisco a farti innervosire…

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Tony Mc Connell:
    Of course our work is more important than the dirt play of mafious persons and organizations, but today I found on wikipedia a page headed with my name in which is falsely reported that I have pending charges in Court and that I have been convicted for crimes for which I HAVE BEEN ACQUITTED, and when I politely sent a correction the correction has been published for 5 minutes, after which the corrections have been cancelled and returned the text with the falsifications, and after that my corrections have not been accepted: I cannot stand this. Obviously I cannot take off the time ( 16 hours per day) that I have to dedicate to my work, so I cannot compete with the wikipedian mafia, but nevertheless it is unavoidable that I get nervous for some hour…now the issue is in the hands of my attorneys. I WANT TO BE REFUNDED AND THE MONEY I WILL GET WILL GO TO HEAL A CHILD FROM CANCER. So all this mafious bullshit will have had a sense. I have no more time to subtract to my work: today I will finish to work at 3 a.m. of tomorrow to recover the time I spent to struggle against this mafia and see my corrections published again, with no results…I will spend no more time on this, but be sure the more they will stay with that bullshit published, the more they will pay. Now the issue is completely in the hands of my attorneys.
    Again: to know my past, please go to
    http://www.ingandrearossi.com
    Warm Regards,
    Andrea Rossi

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear orsobubu:
    It is a mafia. They publish false information on you, and you cannot defend yourself because they can publish or cancel your corrections, and you have to accept. I never have seen a dirtier play.
    You cannot defend yourself, because there is a guy ( in my case “Rojelio”) who stays full time to cancel what you write and reinstate the info against you. This is real mafia that has been activated against me. Again: to know exactly what is my past, please go to
    http://www.ingandrearossi.com
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • orsobubu

    Dear Ing. Rossi,

    About the wikipedia problem, what a shame, you could also add to the proofs documentation a very long list of sites and forums where 90% among the commenters denigrating your work always quote your wiki biography as a confirmation. This is really a big damage for your person, international prestige, career, family etc, aside from the Ecat technical issue or business losses. In case of refund and mandatory corrections, you should pretend that also this legal battle be documented on wikipedia for the posterity…

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear gio:
    I am more interested to the scientific and technlogical development, I will not have control upon the business.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Tony McConnell

    Ing. Rossi

    Please don’t let youself be distracted by insults and become involved in lawsuits.

    Your work will tell the real story.

  • gio

    Dear Ing. Rossi

    i have another question , always if you can.

    As Chief Scientist, you don’t control anymore the business or you ‘ve got any kind of influence on it ?

    thanks first of all, for the patience and then for all the rest.

    Cordialità

    gio

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Eng. F.Fabiani:
    Yes, on Wikipedia they have written false information upon me and when we try to correct the false information, after few seconds the corrections are taken off and the false information is reinserted. There is a moderator ( who makes himself named Rojelio) that full time defends all the false information published against me and my work.
    Recently they have published that I have sues against me in Court, which is totally false, and they have written that I have been convicted for crimes from which I have been acquitted many years ago. And when I try to correct, the correction is cancelled in SECONDS, not minutes and the falsities reinstated. For these reasons our attorneys are preparing a sue against the Administration of Wikipedia, to be refunded for the damages they are causing against us. We have printed all the falsities that they have published, as well as our corrections and dates and daytime in which the corrections have been published and cancelled. Of course, it has been always cancelled the address that we tried to put on Wikipedia to amend the false information, wherein is described what really happened to me in my past: if you are curious, please go to
    http://www.ingandrearossi.com
    Warm Regards,
    Andrea Rossi

  • F.Fabiani

    Caro Andrea,

    come promesso ho tentato di pubblicare la pagina su wikipedia.it riguardante il test di terze parti dell’Hot Cat.

    http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rossi_cold_fusion_e-cat

    Sono stato immediatamente censurato e la pagina cancellata da un sedicente Rojelio con una giustificazione senza senso (pagina vuota o senza senso).

    Ho aperto una discussione presso lo stesso Rojelio ma non sembra che ciò abbia portato a qualcosa.

    Nell’esaminare anche altre pagine riguardanti la tua persona, trovo che nella pagina dedicata alla petroldragon delle dichiarazioni che ti accusano di “associazione a delinquere” e avente carichi giudiziari pendenti.

    Questa è pura e semplice diffamazione e ti chiedo di intervenire con il tuo avvocato al fine di far rimuovere tali affermazioni e far pubblicare finalmente la “scomoda” (per loro) verità… cioè che tu sei piu “pulito” di loro e che l’Ecat FUNZIONA!!!

    Un abbraccio.

    F.Fabiani

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Will Hurley:
    Yes, we are already working on this, but thank you for your suggestion,
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Will Hurley

    Dear Dr. Rossi,

    I have an idea for a heat exchanger; A pipe/shell with tubes/pipe welded through at 90 degrees for insertion of the Hotcat(s) and a bypass with a downstream temperature control. The Hotcats can be changed on-line. Further improvements can be made inside for laminar flow and heat transfer efficiencies, like fins. You are probably way ahead of me on this.
    As an Engineer I don’t as much care how it works as I want to put it to work.
    Congratulations again

    Hurley

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Pekka Janhunen:
    No, it was another one. Ing. Penon made tests exclusively for safety certification purposes.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Dear Andrea Rossi,
    Just an anecdotal question: was the HotCat reactor that melted in November test the same as in the earlier Penon report (September 2012)?
    regards, /pekka

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear John L:
    It will be the same Hot Cat of the test already done,
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • John L

    Dr. Rossi,

    Is the tiger or Hotcat going to be under the six month test? Regards John L.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear gio:
    I am the Chief Scientist.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • gio

    Dear Ing. Rossi

    you write in your reply to Ron Tha “the US Partner owns also the R&D.”

    So, always if you can, you have sold all the R&D or you are a partner in the business?

    And if you have sold all the R&D ,which is your role now in the business?

    Thanks and all the best

    Cordilità

    gio

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Frank Acland:
    Yes, it had been scheduled from the Professors at the end of the test of March. One of the Professors told me last week that Autumn could be the best period for them.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Frank Acland

    Dear Andrea,

    Some of the people involved in the recent hot cat testing have commented on their involvement.

    Just recently Prof. Hanno Essen, of the University of Stockolm, mentioned that a 6 month test of the hot cat will begin this summer in your Ferrara facility and he expects it to be monitored 24/7 by camera and streamed live over the internet.

    1. Is this the plan?
    2. When will the tests begin?

    Many thanks!

    Frank Acland

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear rd brewer:
    I suppose you refer to the domestic E-Cat: we are working on the safety certification.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R,

  • rd brewer

    I’m 52. Can you hurry it up?

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Robert Curto:
    he,he,he…right! I am reading really laughable comments in blogs of naives…not only this one, that says he discovered the Professors were veterinarians, but another, for example, who says he is an astrophysic ( but a Prof of Astrophysics I know never heard about him and from what he writes suspects he is more an astrologue than an astrophysic…) who discovered that the charge cannot make the job, without having any idea about what the charge is, unless-as an astrologue- he read the formulas in the cristal ball, another who says the emissivity is wrong, but analyzing what he writes appears evident that he simply does not know what is the emissivity, how it works and did not understand that higher values of the Epsilon calculation does not imply higher energy irradiated in the calculation, due to the lowering of the values of the temperatures registered by the thermochamber when the epsilon is assumed higher . The calibration of the Epsilon has been made with the highest possible precision, and the margin of error has been considered in the more conservative measurement. An expert of the art can understand this reading carefully the text of the Report.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Brian:
    1- yes
    2- no, to a certain limit
    3- 1 MW, but not Hot Cat. Hot Cats are not yet ready for sale, but will be soon, still in the 1 MW range.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Wladimir Guglinski

    orsobubu wrote in May 26th, 2013 at 6:23 AM
    Wlad, can you briefly summarize if and where that 1999 theory fits (or differs from) your model? And which are exactly the interesting passages in respect to the recent experimental evidences? thanks.

    Dear orsobubu,
    the Conte-Pieralice and the Borghi experiments are two experimental confirmations for my neutron model formed by proton-electron.

    In the two experiments, a neutron is formed by proton and electron at low energy. This is IMPOSSIBLE to occur by considering the principles of the current Classical Nuclear Physics.

    Borghi also had used radio frequency stimullation, as used by Andrea Rossi.

    It seems sometimes the excess heat in the cold fusion experiments is an overllap of two or more different sort of nuclear reactions, and the fusion p+e-> n occur in some of them.

    regards
    wlad

  • Brian

    Mr. Rossi

    I hope that you are well.

    I had a question about the power levels generated by the Hot-Cat. I noticed that the output power levels described in the third party test appear to be in the 1-1.5KW range.

    Are the Hot-Cats you are developing commercially able to generate larger quantities of power? Have you had any difficulties scaling up the power levels of the Hot-Cats? What was the power level of the prototype you delivered to your customer?

    Thank you for taking the time to answer my questions

  • Wladimir Guglinski

    Andrea Rossi wrote in May 26th, 2013 at 9:10 AM
    Dear Wladimir Guglinski:
    I cannot comment this information.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

    Thank you, Andrea.
    You already did comment it rsss

    regards
    wlad

  • Robert Curto

    Dr. Rossi, it should be obvious to you that a Veterinarian would be the one to examine a E-Cat.

    Robert Curto
    Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
    USA

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dear Wladimir Guglinski:
    I cannot comment this information.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Wladimir Guglinski

    Dear Andrea,
    in the case my supposal that there is a secondary fusion proton-electron within the ceramic, then there is need to replace the ceramic after some months, because the quantity of hydrogen within the lattice decreases.

    Is there need to replace the ceramic ?

    regards
    wlad

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