Stevan Nicholes Karels:
1- yes
2- ok
3- no
4- please see the data sheet on http://www.ecat.com ( remember that NGU and SKLep is the same thing )
Warm Regards,
A.R.

1. On the EV car demonstration, do you currently have a functional integration, undergoing validation testing?
2. Same question for the solar panel supplementation demonstration.
3. Do you have working prototypes larger, than 3kW. If so, how large?
4. What dimensions on the 100W NGU?

I suggest that charging while operating an EV Semi is not required nor even smart. Charging while driving increases circuit complexity (and cost) and can result in damage to the EV Semi battery system.

First, I excluded Tesla Semis because they have so much tied into their Tesla Charging network that they would not consider such an approach.

Second, the risk or damaging the EV Semi batteries is zero when you do so under non-operating conditions, i.e., parked.

Consider a relatively small NGU device on a Semi, e.g., a 40-kW unit. It could be used in one of three (or more) conditions:

1. Each night it charges the EV Semi while the Semi is at the home base with enough time slowly charge the EV Semi battery system.
2. On overnight trips when at a motel. This avoids the cost of the first Charging station.
3. When the Semi runs out of charge in an unplanned manner. Charging enough to get to the home base, the next charging station, or to a motel.

The cost savings would likely pay for the attached NGU charging system in avoidance of buying a 250kW charging station at the home base, or avoiding the first charging station of day, each day, on a long multi-day trip. In addition, cost per kW-hr at charging stations is high.

For the home base, the company has a decision to make when there are multiple EV Semis that need nightly charging.

You could have one high capacity (high kW) charging unit that sequentially charges each EV Semi. This requires manpower to move EV Semis and plug them in.

You could have multiple relatively low-capacity charging units. One for each EV Semi. Conceptually, the EV Semi driver parks his EV Semi at one of the charging stations, plugs in, and leaves.

The approach which I favor is an EV Semi mounted unit that can charge its Semi, independent of location.

In addition, EV battery systems last longer when slowly charged.

Dear Readers:
Today has been published on the Journal of Nuclear Physics the paper
” Geometric Model of Atomic Nuclei ” by Prof. Ilya A. Boldov
Warm Regards,
A.R.

Mr. Rossi
It seems to me that at this time you are the decisive link in all events, where the world will go. Please proceed wisely and judiciously.
All the Best J.Š.

Breakeven time (assume cost of $0.20USD per kW-hr)
565 kW-hrs per day * $0.20 / kW-hr = $113 savings per day
Assume 250 working days per year = $28,250 per year.
Breakeven time = about 3 1/2 years.

Note: If semi runs out of charge away from the base, it simply stops and self-recharges.

Dr. Rossi,
In 2011 you had the first public demostration of the e-cat and I started following your journey.
From there I think you recived a lot of interest, discredit, suggestions, envy and support.

Looking back was it the right time? Knowing what you know today would you still do that demostration?
Would you do it earlier or far later or would you wait until 2024?

After 13 years I still can’t wait to have a working e-cat in my hands.

Dear Dr. Rossi,
why complicated tests with the Ecat?
Everyone would be happy to see the ecat working with electric kettle and electric heating.
Just keep the tests simple.
Car producers could make tests with their EV on their own. It has not to be your job.
Best regards
Z.Roeden

You posted “to avoid the accident happened in October 2023”

Please describe the accident. Was it:
1. The EV had a road accident;
2. The EV battery system was damaged;
3. The eCat was damaged; or
4. A fire erupted.

Ulrich:
No, it is not.
Between the Ecat and the EV battery there is a complex system of capacitances, to avoid the accident happened in October 2023; besides, there is a sophisticated control and management system made by our Team, that I dare to define, for its complexity, a piece of A.I.
Warm Regards,
A.R.

Rupert:
Good point.
The Third Principle of Thermodynamic can be overcome by a “creative” act, in our case the induced on electrons dV/dT that allows to the electrons to reach the critical threshold of density necessary to the formation of the coherent charge clusters that generate the reverse entropy delta and consequently the Zero Point Energy eventually transferred to the electrons not in phase.
Warm Regards,
A.R.

Dear Dr. Rossi,
I’m very much looking forward to upcoming demonstrations – will you be demonstrating the E-Cat working with solar panels soon?
Ron Stringer

Anonymous:
Where my work is: we are preparing the imminent demos, but I take the chance of your comment to wish all our Readers to enjoy their Summer Holidays !
Warm Regards,
A.R.

Norman:
NGU and SKLep are suffixes of the same item; we just added the acronym “NGU” for “Never Give Up” after the accident happened in 2023, so the name became “ECAT SKLep NGU”.
Warm Regards,
A.R.

Consider an internet demonstration, similar to lamp demonstration, but with the 3kW NGU driving a DC/DC converter. The DC/DC converter hides any proprietary output information.

The DC/DC converter drives a resistive load. Fans are used to cool the DC/DC converter and the resistive load.

Analog or Digital metering of the converter output voltage and current.

And, of course, a digital clock shows time, either elapsed or date/time.

Stevan Nicholes Karels:

1- yes

2- ok

3- no

4- please see the data sheet on http://www.ecat.com ( remember that NGU and SKLep is the same thing )

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dear Andrea Rossi,

1. On the EV car demonstration, do you currently have a functional integration, undergoing validation testing?

2. Same question for the solar panel supplementation demonstration.

3. Do you have working prototypes larger, than 3kW. If so, how large?

4. What dimensions on the 100W NGU?

Steven Nicholes Karels,

Thank you for your suggestion,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dear Andrea Rossi,

Idea for non-Tesla Semi Charging System

I suggest that charging while operating an EV Semi is not required nor even smart. Charging while driving increases circuit complexity (and cost) and can result in damage to the EV Semi battery system.

First, I excluded Tesla Semis because they have so much tied into their Tesla Charging network that they would not consider such an approach.

Second, the risk or damaging the EV Semi batteries is zero when you do so under non-operating conditions, i.e., parked.

Consider a relatively small NGU device on a Semi, e.g., a 40-kW unit. It could be used in one of three (or more) conditions:

1. Each night it charges the EV Semi while the Semi is at the home base with enough time slowly charge the EV Semi battery system.

2. On overnight trips when at a motel. This avoids the cost of the first Charging station.

3. When the Semi runs out of charge in an unplanned manner. Charging enough to get to the home base, the next charging station, or to a motel.

The cost savings would likely pay for the attached NGU charging system in avoidance of buying a 250kW charging station at the home base, or avoiding the first charging station of day, each day, on a long multi-day trip. In addition, cost per kW-hr at charging stations is high.

For the home base, the company has a decision to make when there are multiple EV Semis that need nightly charging.

You could have one high capacity (high kW) charging unit that sequentially charges each EV Semi. This requires manpower to move EV Semis and plug them in.

You could have multiple relatively low-capacity charging units. One for each EV Semi. Conceptually, the EV Semi driver parks his EV Semi at one of the charging stations, plugs in, and leaves.

The approach which I favor is an EV Semi mounted unit that can charge its Semi, independent of location.

In addition, EV battery systems last longer when slowly charged.

Thoughts?

Dear Readers:

Today has been published on the Journal of Nuclear Physics the paper

” Geometric Model of Atomic Nuclei ” by Prof. Ilya A. Boldov

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Jan Srajer:

Thank you for your support,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Mr. Rossi

It seems to me that at this time you are the decisive link in all events, where the world will go. Please proceed wisely and judiciously.

All the Best J.Š.

Z. Roeden:

Thank you for your opinion,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Alessandro Ferrari:

We made enormous progress that we couln’t reach without all we did so far,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Steven Nicholes Karels,

Thank you for your insight,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dear Andrea Rossi,

Use of NGU technology of Electric Semis – No Charging During Operation

Assume a Volvo VNR Electric 6×4 Semi

Specs

Range of 275 miles

Battery – 565 kW-hr

Operational Modes

Drive max range during the operating shift, returns to base, and recharges during non-operating hours.

Assume 10 hours per day operating shift — 14 hours non-operating time.

charging during non-operating time.

onboard NGU capacity = 565 kw-hr / 14 hours = 40 kW

NGU cost per semi = $100K.

Breakeven time (assume cost of $0.20USD per kW-hr)

565 kW-hrs per day * $0.20 / kW-hr = $113 savings per day

Assume 250 working days per year = $28,250 per year.

Breakeven time = about 3 1/2 years.

Note: If semi runs out of charge away from the base, it simply stops and self-recharges.

Dr. Rossi,

In 2011 you had the first public demostration of the e-cat and I started following your journey.

From there I think you recived a lot of interest, discredit, suggestions, envy and support.

Looking back was it the right time? Knowing what you know today would you still do that demostration?

Would you do it earlier or far later or would you wait until 2024?

After 13 years I still can’t wait to have a working e-cat in my hands.

Best,

Alessandro

Dear Dr. Rossi,

why complicated tests with the Ecat?

Everyone would be happy to see the ecat working with electric kettle and electric heating.

Just keep the tests simple.

Car producers could make tests with their EV on their own. It has not to be your job.

Best regards

Z.Roeden

Dear Readers,

Please go to

http://www.rossilivecat.com

to find comments published in other posts of this blog,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Steven Nicholes Karels:

Yes, plus many other issues,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dear Andrea Rossi,

Charging an EV battery System, while in operation, is exceedingly challenging, as your development teams found out.

Normal charging occurs when the EV is stationary. The EV battery system is either directly charge (e.g., high voltage) or using an onboard charger.

The onboard charger is usually in low kW region and is too limited for high-speed driving. High speed driving requires medium to high kW of power.

Steven Nicholes Karels:

2 and 3

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dear Andre Rossi,

You posted “to avoid the accident happened in October 2023”

Please describe the accident. Was it:

1. The EV had a road accident;

2. The EV battery system was damaged;

3. The eCat was damaged; or

4. A fire erupted.

Frank Acland:

a) we are working on it since October 2023

b) too soon to answer

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dear Andrea,

Regarding the new system you have developed to solve the October 2023 problem:

a) How long have you been testing it?

b) So far, has it had any failures in charging the EV?

Best wishes,

Frank Acland

Ulrich:

No, it is not.

Between the Ecat and the EV battery there is a complex system of capacitances, to avoid the accident happened in October 2023; besides, there is a sophisticated control and management system made by our Team, that I dare to define, for its complexity, a piece of A.I.

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Rupert:

Good point.

The Third Principle of Thermodynamic can be overcome by a “creative” act, in our case the induced on electrons dV/dT that allows to the electrons to reach the critical threshold of density necessary to the formation of the coherent charge clusters that generate the reverse entropy delta and consequently the Zero Point Energy eventually transferred to the electrons not in phase.

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dr Rossi,

I think that the theoretical core of the Ecat interpretation in the paper

http://www.researchgate.net/publication/330601653_E-Cat_SK_and_long_range_particle_interactions

consists in the very low entropy charge aggregates; this reverse difference of entropy should be against the third principle of thermodynamic: how do you resolve this problem ?

All the best,

Rupert

Is the Ecat that we will see powering the EV in the next test directly connected with the battery of the car ?

Steven Nicholes Karels:

Thank you for your suggestion,

Warm Regards,

Andrea Rossi

Dear Andrea Rossi,

Yet another NGU Application

Cell Phone Charger

There about 8 billion cell phones out there.

The average cell phone uses 4.5 watts.

One 10W NGU could continuously charge a cell phone for up 11 years. Longer than the lifetime of a cell phone before it is replaced.

Thoughts?

Anonymous:

Good luck !

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Notwithstanding your recommendations, I bet that no demos will be made in 2024

Steven Nicholes Karels:

Thank you for your suggestion,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Ron Stringer:

We are working also on this demo,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Giordano Bevilacqua:

Yes, it would be possible,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dr Rossi,

do you think that reading the paper

http://www.researchgate.net/publication/330601653_E-Cat_SK_and_long_range_particle_interactions

an expert of the matter could reproduce the experiment cited in its paragraph 6 ?

Thank you if you can answer

Giordano

Dear Dr. Rossi,

I’m very much looking forward to upcoming demonstrations – will you be demonstrating the E-Cat working with solar panels soon?

Ron Stringer

Dear Andrea Rossi,

Yet another NGU Application

Consider Refrigerated Trailers

They have a fossil generator of the equivalent capacity of 8 to 26 kW. New units cost about $100,000 USD each.

Assume NGU 3 kW units are used.

This could very advantages when the trailer is sent by rail or on long distance trips.

Donald Chandler,

I used ExCel. My math is correct.

Roberto:

Yes,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

@Stefen

Check your math. I reckon about 200-250W per person.

Dr Rossi,

will an Ecat NGU assembly of 200/300 W be contained in a box similar to the last photo of the Ecat NGU published on X ?

Best

Roberto

Dear Andrea Rossi,

Another Possible NGU Application

A human requires about 550 liters of pure oxygen per day.

1 MW of electrical power can provide 50 liters of pure oxygen per minutes using electrolysis.

There are 1,440 minutes per day.

Therefore, 550 L per day would require 7.63 kW of electric power.

Consider an underwater diver. 3 3kW NGUs could possibly provide an indefinite of oxygen from the surrounding water.

Thoughts?

Anonymous:

Where my work is: we are preparing the imminent demos, but I take the chance of your comment to wish all our Readers to enjoy their Summer Holidays !

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dr Rossi,

where are you going to spend your Summer holidays ?

Norman:

NGU and SKLep are suffixes of the same item; we just added the acronym “NGU” for “Never Give Up” after the accident happened in 2023, so the name became “ECAT SKLep NGU”.

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Steven Nicholes Karels:

Thank you for your suggestion,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dear Andrea Rossi,

You need a way to demonstrate the 3kW NGU unit.

Consider an internet demonstration, similar to lamp demonstration, but with the 3kW NGU driving a DC/DC converter. The DC/DC converter hides any proprietary output information.

The DC/DC converter drives a resistive load. Fans are used to cool the DC/DC converter and the resistive load.

Analog or Digital metering of the converter output voltage and current.

And, of course, a digital clock shows time, either elapsed or date/time.

Thoughts?

The Ecats used in the next demos will be NGU or SKLep ? There is some confusion,

Best

Norman

Sergio:

It’s fundamental; please read the paragraph 2.2 and 5 of

http://www.researchgate.net/publication/330601653_E-Cat_SK_and_long_range_particle_interactions

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dr Rossi,

Is the Zitterbewegung relevant to the Ecat NGU ?

Sam:

Thank you for the link,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Hello DR Rossi

The Oil Drop Experiment.

https://youtu.be/K1AyA8NBLMw?si=DOiECfI0Eje3YtaJ

Regards

Sam

Paul Dodgshun:

Thank you for the information,

Warm Regards,

A.R.