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Dr Rossi:
Did you see this important paper of Dr Parkhomov ?
http://en.rensit.ru/vypuski/article/200/9(1)7493e.pdf
All the best
Angelo
Dear Andrea,
two applications of the new Ecat skl:
– alternative/replacement of old windmills
– electricity supply for cities/companies
In a 20 foot container could be installed: 3 rows with 250 SKL each. Each row will supply 1 MW, the 3 rows will supply 3 MW. I left empty space for inspection and support equipment.
The thermal energy that is irradiated from the skl´s would be 750 kwh/h.
What kind of technology would practical / economic to get rid of the heat or better recover the heat ?
I wish you a restful vacation.
Ulrich
Dear Andrea,
Congratulations on 4KW SKL. Assuming it works in the SSM mode here are a back of envelope calculations on how it can improve Tesla Model S with 100 KW battery pack.
Tesla 100 KW
100 KW battery
625 kg
0.4 m³
390 miles range
0.9 90 percent
80 Miles per hour on average max speed
4.3875 Hours to deplete the battery
22.79 KW per hour battery depletion
Assume we replace a 100 KW battery with 40 KW battery plus 10 eCat SKL pack to charge the battery as needed to keep it at 90%.
40 KW + 10 SKL pack
250 kg + 10 kg (SKL) = 260 KG
0.16 m³ + 8 liter
156 miles range on a battery only
90% 90 percent
80 Miles per hour
1.755 Hours to deplete the battery only
Total saving in weight 365 KG, no need to charge Tesla every second day. One would need to recharge eCat pack every 12 month or so, since average user does not use the car 24/7. Large savings in electric charging and smaller batter costs. Some of the cost savings to be offset by the eCat SKL 10 pack.
And NO RANGE anxiety… Huge plus.
Regards,
Gennady
Toussaint Francois:
Premature to know.
Warm Regards,
A.R.
Dear Andrea Rossi
Congratulations for this huge acheivement!. One question please with this new improved 4 KW SKL will this be the one to be massively commercialized ?
Warm Regards
Physicist:
See reference 14 in my paper on Researchgate:
“Electron Structure, Ultra Dense Hydrogen and Low Energy Nuclear Reactions”, by G. Vassallo and A.O. Di Tommaso ( Journal of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science, 29:525547, August 2019 ): the spin value +/ hbar/2 is interpreted as the component of the electron’s angular momentum hbar parallel to a magnetic field while the electron, like a tiny giroscope, is subjected to Larmor precession. This particular , semiclassical interpretation of spin does not exclude the possibility that the electron’s angular momentum may be aligned , in particular conditions, to the external magnetic field, so that electrons behave as elementary particles with whole spin hbar.
Warm Regards,
A.R.
It is not yet an achievement, as I said clearly in the disclaimer. Further information will be given during the presentation.
Warm Regards,
A.R.
Steven N. Karels:
Thank you for your insight
Warm Regards,
A.R.
Dear Andrea Rossi,
On your new eCatSKL test, the following is a Ragone Plot calculation of your test:
Assumptions
1. 5 kW total output power (4 kW electrical, 1 kW thermal)
2. Test duration: 7 hours
3. eCat SKL mass: 1.0 kg
Total Power: 5 kW
Total Energy: 35 kWhrs
Specific Power: 5 kW/kg
Specific Energy: 35 kWhrs/kg
Summary: Even in this relatively short duration test, this is about double the output of a modern lithiumion battery. If the measurements were valid, this is not produced by a chemical reaction. (Note: I have not figured out how to include a picture in this posting).
Dear Andrea,
congratulation for this huge achievement !
Now our quest of the SKL parameters is over, but it was worth it.
Can you tell us the voltage and current measured in your last tests, as well as the weight of the new SKL configuration ?
Best Regards,
Riccardo
Sam:
YES !
Warm Regards,
A.R.
Koen Vandewalle:
10000 connections do not imply 10000 ballerinas !
Warm Regards,
A.R.
Sam:
The microscope is necessary for soldering, not for testing.
Warm Regards,
A.R.
Raffaele Bongo:
The energy has been dissipated by a resistancein a dissipator.
Thank you for the suggestion: maybe it works, who knows ? Maybe applying it to a tennisprogrammed robot, considering that to be better than me is not that difficult
Warm Regards,
A.R.
Dr Rossi,
Again about par 2 of
http://www.researchgate.net/publication/330601653_ECat_SK_and_long_range_particle_interactions
which are the condition to reach the balance between Coulombian force and the Lorentz force ?
Physicist
Bernie Morrissey:
Thank you for your kind wish,
Warm Regards,
A.R.
Steven N. Karels:
Less than 1 kg
Warm Regards,
A.R.
Ivan Samec:
The volume is 4 liters, the weight is 1 kg
Warm Regards,
A.R.
Drachenlord:
For security reasons.
Warm Regards,
A.R.
Hi, Dr. Rossi.
To Sture Andersson, You replied:
“I cannot say, where I am”.
Why can’t You say, where You are ?
Is it a mystery ?
Must it be treated as a secret?
Why must it be a secret?
RAIner Winkler
Dear Dr. Rossi,
for a simple consideration of costs:
A) What is the volume and weight of the newest control module?
B) How many tens or hundreds of CPU or FPGA are needed for the newest control module?
CPU – Central Processing Unit (computer processor)
Best Regards
Ivan Samec
Dear Andrea Rossi,
What is the mass of your eCatSKL latest variant?
Dear Andrea,
Congratulations on your great success testing your Ecat SKL. I am sure the independent tests will be great success.
Thanks for lifetime of work.
Bernie Morrissey
Hello A. Rossi
The ECat ran for 15 hours at 4 Kw. You have therefore produced 60 kWh of electricity. This more energy than my wife needs to charge her car battery.
Can you reveal what was the use of the electrical energy produced during the test?
I suggest you, to be unbeatable in tennis, to mount this version of the ECat on your racket ……
Have a good holiday and good tennis
cordially
Raffaele
Hello DR Rossi
Do you think you will be
under the microscope again
with 3rd party testing?
https://www.popsci.com/science/article/201305/coldfusionmachinegetsthirdpartyverificationinventorsays/
Regards
Sam
10000 ballerinas, each with their own will and their own dance rhythm.
I wish the conductor of the orchestra good luck making them dance.
Kind Regards,
Koen
Hello DR Rossi
Came across this video on Henry Ford.
Is this similiar to how you use your team
to achieve success?
https://youtu.be/CQrnxOdB2I
Regards
Sam
Ulrich Kranz:
Thank you for your kind sustain, but remind the disclaimer. The apparatus still has to be verified by a third party.
Warm Regards,
A.R.
Frank Acland:
When we make a prototype it is impossible avoid to make things by hand, because only if I work that way I can invent things and know them intimately, so that I can intervene easily to make any changement I think can improve the system. I need to know any single particular and any single connection to understand shortly and make changements shortly if something goes wrong, or simply to understand during a test what can be improved, or understand where is the problem. This is my way to make inventions and work of them when from a theoretical idea the job becomes experimental. It is obvious that once a prototype passes to serial production everything is made in a robotized context, wherein 10 000 connections can be made in minutes and with precision.
The path is: INSPIRATIONPERSPIRATIONMULTIPLICATION
Warm Regards,
A.R.
Dear Dr Rossi,
Will the 10,000 connections present a problem in the manufacture of the ECat SKL or can
that be accomplished with some sort of mass produced printed circuit board or computer chip?
Best regards,
Iggy
Dear Andrea.
1. On which date or for which event will you update the ECAT.com website?
2. Is the SKL suitable for domestic use, i.e. no trained operator needed?
3. For the people on the waiting list who long ago ordered a Home ECAT with 10 kW, can they now buy 23 SKL (of 4 kW) when it is their turn on the delivery list?
Many thanks for your valuable time and patience in answering our questions.
Kind regards,
Rudyswiss
Physicist:
ZBV is generated by an elementary by an elementary charge e that rotates at speed c ( as a Fermion it maintains obviously a speed inferior along its normal trajectory, as discovered by Dirac see ref 9 in my paper on Researchgate )along a circumference equal to the electron Compton wavelength.
Warm Regards,
A.R.
Dr Rossi: what is that generates the Zitterbewegung ?
Dear Andrea,
You have said that you invested ‘big money’ to build your latest SKL. Also you stated that not all the connections were made by hand soldering. Was your financial investment in this latest test in equipment to make these many connections possible without doing it all by hand?
Kind Regards,
Frank Acland
Dear Andrea,
my congratulations for your big success testing the new ecat skl. With a power of 4 kwh and a volume of 20*20*20 cm it will replace all the heavy batteries in ecars.
Stay in health
Ulrich
Marco:
To start is enough a 12 V battery, or any power source with input 110/220 V, output 12 V.
Warm Regards,
A.R.
Enea Romagnoli:
Prof Sergio Focardi and I tried to turn instable isotoper into stable isotopes of the same atom, but without success. At the beginning we were convinced we made something, but eventually we discovered we had just made measurement mistakes. I do not think it is possible with LENR. based on our experiments and on the more mature theoretical system that has been published on Researchgate:
http://www.researchgate.net/publication/330601653_ECat_SK_and_long_range_particle_interactions
Warm Regards,
A.R.
Sture Andreasson:
I cannot say where I am.
Warm Regards,
A.R.
Brice:
More patents are coming up.
Premature to know when the commercialization will start, that will also depend on our Partners. But the incentives are strong.
Warm Regards,
A.R.
Dear Dr. Rossi,
I’m still overwhelmed!
As I understand, your older types of LENRreactors were based on a nuclear process creating energy, transmutations and some thermalized gamma rays, while your current plasma reactor works by longrange particle interactions generating energy. They both share the same fuel, but is it enough to secure and cover your brilliant inventention by only one patent? Or are there more patents coming up?
I think your current reactor needs probably another extra year to improve and determine its reliability (Sigma 5), isn’t it? How much time do you think will go into commercialization?
1) about half a year
2) 1 year
3) 2 years
4) over 2 years
Enjoy your vacation!
Brice
Did You made the 10000 connections, and run the test in Sweden?
Dear Andrea
Here is the reference you asked for:
1)
https://www.lenrcanr.org/acrobat/FocardiSanewenergy.pdf
Signed by S. Focardi and A. Rossi
On page 5 of this document you write this deduction:
“The capture rate of protons by Nickel nuclei cannot depend on the mass values of different isotopes: in fact they possess the same nuclear charge and the same distribution of electrons in the various atomic shells. In practice, starting from Ni58 which is the more abundant isotope, we can obtain as described inthe two above processes, Copper formation and its successive decay in Nickel, producing Ni59, Ni60, Ni61and Ni62. Because Cu63, which can be formed starting by Ni62 is stable and does not decay in Ni63, the chain stops at Ni62 “
The request I made to you comes from these words you wrote 10 years ago.
Then Parkhomov with the reference:
2)
http://www.unconvscience.org/pdf/e2/parkhomov2en.pdf
only looked at this phenomenon with regards to stable isotopes.
Do you think it is interesting to investigate whether starting from unstable isotopes it is possible to arrive at stable isotopes?
With the specific knowledge you have accumulated in this sector, you are the right person!
I can’t suggest more because I am just an electrochemist passionate about every science!
Enea
Dear Andrea,
The new ECat SKL is self sustaining. But at the start some energy is needed. The propotype you tested has a battery or you used external power (e.g. a PSU) to start it? How big (Wh, V) a battery should be to be able to start the ECat?
Regards, Marco.
Dear Readers:
Please go to
http://www.rossilivecat.com
to find comments published today in other posts of this blog,
Warm Regards,
A.R.
Frank Acland:
I ended it, to make a thoroughly check up and make calculations.
Warm Regards,
A.R.
Gerard McEk:
1. the reactor
2. much more and much more complex. Extremely more complex !
Warm Regards, also the the Readers of ECW
A.R.
Dr Joseph Fine:
Thank you, interesting comparision. But, please, remember my disclaimer…
Warm Regards,
A.R.
Sceptic guy:
Around 0.77 x 10^3 nm
See detailed calculation on par 1 of
http://www.researchgate.net/publication/330601653_ECat_SK_and_long_range_particle_interactions
Warm Regards,
A.R.
Dear Andrea Rossi,
‘Energy Density’ in units of Wh/Liter
https://www.cei.washington.edu/education/scienceofsolar/batterytechnology/
According to the Univ. of Washington’s link above,
” Compared to the other highquality rechargeable battery technologies (nickelcadmium or nickelmetalhydride), Liion batteries have a number of advantages. They have one of the highest energy densities of any battery technology today (100265 Wh/kg or 250670 Wh/L). ”
Aside from the issue that LiIon batteries are rechargeable, 250670 Wh/L doesn’t compare to 4.3 Million Wh/L. Wow!
( Assuming I haven’t made more errors. )
If the ECat can be ‘recharged’/(or charge replaced) in a few hours or at most 1 day, “The Masterpiece” seems to have several orders of Magnitude greater Energy Density.
Amazing!
Joseph Fine
Dear Andrea,
In discussions at ECW we were wondering where the heat is being dissipated. Can you tell us what contributes to most of the generated heat:
1. a) the reactor or the b) controller?
2. Does the SKL now require more controller circuits than before?
Thank you, kind regards, Gerard