Technology proposal to prevent the release of Fukushima tritium into the ocean

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UZIKOV Vital
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Engineer, Russia
E-mail: uzikov62@mail.ru


UZIKOVA Irina
Engineer, France
E-mail: iuzikova@assystem.com

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The need for isotope separation of water molecules with protium (ordinary hydrogen), deuterium and tritium arises in various industries: obtaining heavy (D2O) water for the nuclear industry; purification of radioactive water from tritium during the elimination of the consequences of the accident at the Fukushima NPP and heavy water at nuclear reactors; reduction of the natural concentration of heavy hydrogen isotopes in water for biological and medical purposes, etc.
But first of all, our proposals are an attempt to propose a technology that could prevent the discharge of water contaminated with tritium into the world ocean after the accident at the Fukushima nuclear power plant.
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10 comments to Technology proposal to prevent the release of Fukushima tritium into the ocean

  • Andrea Rossi

    Audun:
    Thank you for the suggestion,
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Audun

    Dear Andrea, are there any plans to fill up the trunk of an electric car with E-Cat SSM‘s connected to charge the battery and drive it 24/7 for a week with different drivers? The car could be painted with ads etc.
    This has big potensial in regards to draw media attention and give huge marketing effects …

  • Andrea Rossi

    Mats Heijkenskjold:
    For that issue the Client needs a certified local contractor and the authorization of the local grid provider.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Mats Heijkenskjold

    Lars Olov wrote:

    “Instead of voltages like 24 V and 48 V and including a manual and instructions for how to tinker them together wouldn’t it be easier to have a closed box with e.g. 230 volt ±10% 50 Hz like we have in Sweden and other voltages for other countries? And just an outlet on the closed box to put my e.g. computer plug that already have an adapter to convert from 230 V.”

    Dear Andrea,
    I think you must also think about users who want to connect the grid via solar inverters and need to step up DC voltages to some hundreds Volts.

    Best regards,

    Mats Heijkenskjold

  • Andrea Rossi

    Lars Olov:
    This is a hypothesis to take advice of,
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Lars Olov

    Dear Andrea,
    Instead of voltages like 24 V and 48 V and including a manual and instructions for how to tinker them together wouldn’t it be easier to have a closed box with e.g. 230 volt ±10% 50 Hz like we have in Sweden and other voltages for other countries? And just an outlet on the closed box to put my e.g. computer plug that already have an adapter to convert from 230 V.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Karl- Henrik Malmqvist:
    Correct. Specific instructions and recommendations will be put in the manuals.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Karl-Henrik Malmqvist

    To my fellow future E-cat owners,

    As we all know electricity, indepentdently of its source of origin, can be dangerous if not handled correctely. Both as a high voltage hazard for people and a possible source of fire.
    When the E-Cat SSM starts to be delivered it is very important that enthusiast costumers that are not certified electricians don’t start to do experiments on there own. If they do experiments and don’t keep it within safety limits sooner or later there will be an accident. If an accident occur the E-cat will be blamed and that can affect its possibilities to be sold.

    E.g. if there is an accident with an airplane, all planes of that model will be grounded even if the accident is most likely caused by pilot error.

    Within the EU there is a Low Voltage Directive
    https://single-market-economy.ec.europa.eu/sectors/electrical-and-electronic-engineering-industries-eei/low-voltage-directive-lvd_en

    My personal recommendation is that if you as a future E-Cat costumer are not a certified electrician don’t work with higher voltages than 48 V DC and use only standard 12 or 24 V DC to AC inverters. If you are or hire a certified electrician you can work with higher voltages and use Solar PV products for AC conversions. But we must first wait for Leonardocorp to issue recommendations how to put together the the E-Cat SSM modules in different standard configurations.

    Best Regards,
    Karl-Henrik Malmqvist

  • Andrea Rossi

    Lars Olov:
    Thank you for the suggestion,
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Lars Olov

    Dear Andrea,
    There is a lot of questions about different options what you can receive when buying an E-cat, since everything is very new it is understandable. Do you think it would help customers if there are more standardised products? Now it seems to be so many different options and not easy to understand what you can get. I would like plug and play products for the voltage suitable for my country and the I understand if I have to choose among some standard power outlets.

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