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-- SilverThunder 23:48, 1 April 2014 (UTC)

Check my math on H-Cat calorimetry
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I just emailed this out to a few associates. You're welcome to chime in as well. I've appreciated the feedback received so far, and I appreciate that most of the negative feedback was couched softly and scientifically. I hope you'll see that I've given a strong rebuttal to the claim that the clamp-on amp meter results should be thrown out because the meter was on the wrong setting.

: From: Sterling Allan

: To: NEST_tech@yahoogroups.com Hydroxy egroup workingwatercar@yahoogroups.com EV Gray egroup NE Congress Tech Review egroup

: Cc: Neal Ward Justin Church George Wiseman

: Sent: Tuesday, April 01, 2014 11:28 AM

: Subject: check my math on H-Cat calorimetry

: I stayed up till 4:30 am finishing (mostly) my report on our recent test on the H-Cat, and spent most of the day yesterday working on this. I got up at 7:15 am and have been working on it steadily since then.

: http://pesn.com/2014/03/31/9602464_Sterlings-first_H-Cat_calorimetric-test/

: I've posted my data and some charts. I've posted my calculations, methods, materials, observations, discussion, conclusions.

: I'd really appreciate your input as to the accuracy of the calculations, check that I'm using the right formulas, and see if you agree with my discussion and conclusions.

: I had to go less generous on taking the fuel cell and electrolyzer numbers to come up with the 60% maximum efficiency number (going with achieved versus theoretical maximum), so that the 77% H-Cat efficiency in the water bath number I came up with in the best data case still easily stands out.

: I'd especially be curious to get your take on what I said about the Fluke meter, both in the Observations and in the Discussion.

: I think I've made a very convincing case, based on the data we recorded and the arguments I used about what the data show.

: Bottom line:

: 'I think we clearly demonstrated anomalous heat'. It's not as high as I had hoped in this water bath scenario where the heat is almost immediately pulled off due to 1) the metal substrate and 2) the stainless steel 3) submerged in 46 L of water thus preventing any heat build-up to augment the anomalous heat phenomena. But it shows that there is something unusual going on that is definitely worth exploring.

: One of the key take-home lessons:

:: 'This illustrates a very important principle. Something doesn't have to be technically "overunity" -- meaning over 100% efficiency -- in order to be manifesting the harnessing of the wheelwork of nature: plugging into a principle of nature to assist the output/input ratio. And if it is showing up here, what will happen when we characterize and optimize it?'

: Until we get some higher temperature calorimetric output/input results, we can't yet say whether we're ready to start cranking out some products such as the heater I proposed.

: So your input on the feasibility of getting some accuracy in the inexpensive wind tunnel design Mike Waters suggested would be appreciated. Or maybe there is another low-budget calorimetric test we could run to measure this in higher heat ranges.

: I also posted a proposal for a heat exchanger test as a next step that is possibly more practical on a low budget than the wind tunnel test that will require high end math and fluid dynamics calculations.

: Feel free to post your corrections as a comment on the page, or by email. Let me know if I can post your name with your remarks.

: Thanks

: Sterling D. Allan

: [etc]

-- SilverThunder 18:12, 1 April 2014 (UTC)

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