Posted by amdx on May 21, 2013, 7:43 pm
Here's a link to a PDF (right side of page) of third party testing
on the E-Cat HT.
I have only read reviews so far but it looks good.
Please read and review the paper.
Maybe this will generate a little traffic,
believers and non believers. :-)
Posted by Morris Dovey on May 21, 2013, 8:44 pm
On 5/21/13 2:43 PM, amdx wrote:
Thanks for posting the link!
Posted by amdx on May 22, 2013, 1:23 am
On 5/21/2013 3:44 PM, Morris Dovey wrote:
I posted on >sci.electronics.design< under the subject,
Third Party Tests Conducted.
I ask for reviews, I did not find any believers and
had one fellow do a page by page breakdown of things
he didn't like about the tests.
He made some good points but "if the authors are credible",
with all the conservative positions they took this thing has more output
Looks like there still some info that needs to be more open
to help convince the masses.
Posted by j on May 22, 2013, 7:23 am
On 5/21/2013 9:23 PM, amdx wrote:
It's a very indirect way of measuring heat.
Some kind of heat balance calorimeter would give a much more direct
answer with a lot less assumptions.
Use water or another fluid to cool the device. The temperature rise of
the fluid * specific heat * weight of fluid will give the heat
generated. Run the same test with the same cycling for a control and a
lot of doubts would be ameliorated.
It would also be a step toward a useful device where heat was doing
some work rather than heating the office.
Posted by amdx on May 22, 2013, 12:54 pm
On 5/22/2013 2:23 AM, j wrote:
I'm curious, How much can you cool it before the reaction stops?
Is the resistance heating enough to keep the reaction going even when
bathed in room temp water?