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Photograph of Phusor Cathode shows asymmetric electrolysis of a different type of cold fusion systemThis figure demonstrates an important finding of this system - asymmetric electrolysis which is seen on only one side of the cathode (which is facing the anode).  In this high voltage system (~1500 volts), videos (including those shown at ICCF-10 by Dr. Mitchell Swartz, of which the above figure is a single frame grab) have demonstrated that cathodic electrolysis bubbling occurs, if the conditions are appropriate, almost solely on the anode-side (left hand portion of the spiral wound cathode in the photo) of this PHUSOR palladium cathode. [1](c) Dr. M. Swartz, JET
Photograph of Phusor Cathode shows asymmetric electrolysis of a different type of cold fusion system
This figure demonstrates an important finding of this system - asymmetric electrolysis which is seen on only one side of the cathode (which is facing the anode). In this high voltage system (~1500 volts), videos (including those shown at ICCF-10 by Dr. Mitchell Swartz, of which the above figure is a single frame grab) have demonstrated that cathodic electrolysis bubbling occurs, if the conditions are appropriate, almost solely on the anode-side (left hand portion of the spiral wound cathode in the photo) of this PHUSOR palladium cathode. [1]
(c) Dr. M. Swartz, JET

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JET Thermal Products is Developing

Lattice Assisted Nuclear Reactions (LANR),

Derived from Cold Fusion


The company JET Thermal Products, under the direction of Mitchell Swartz, ScD, MD is in the process of developing cold fusion technology to the point that it could be commercialized. They have been instrumental in bringing the technology through many generations of advancement.

In August of 2003, they made history running a successful demonstration of their technology for five consecutive days at a cold fusion conference in Cambridge Massachusetts, including at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). [2] The demonstration included modifying the input energy while showing a corresponding increase/decrease in output heat produced. The amount of excess heat generated was documented to be 2.3 times greater than the amount of heat generated from an ohmic resistor used in electrical series in the apparatus as a control.

JET has pioneered contributions in the development of the evolving landscape of cold fusion and its utilization, by developing a continuum electrophysics model which has led to the quasi-1-dimensional model of isotope loading of a metal, and then to codeposition, the optimal operating point, Phusor technology, control of "heat after death", among other directions.

"We have sought not only the better performance, improved understanding and control of the physics, better and more diverse materials, and advanced engineering, but also quality assurance and quality control. By tackling this advancing science with these new ideas, we have moved closer to maximizing the rate of the desired safe, heat-producing reactions."

Swartz envisions that when cold fusion technology matures it will be totally clean and affordable, eliminating our dependence on all fossil fuel technologies, powering everything from automobiles and power plants to implanted medical devices.


Contents

Official Website

Auxiliary Website

  • http://world.std.com/~mica/cft.html - Cold Fusion Times - Journal of the scientific aspects of loading isotopic fuels into materials; ISSN# 1072-2874; published quarterly (took 2006 off) by Dr. Michael Swartz.

Downloads

Interview

  • Download (13 Mb; mpe) - On March 3, 2008, Sterling D. Allan conducted a live, 55-minute interview with Dr. Mitch Swartz as part of the Free Energy Now radio series. He plainly explains cold fusion in general and provided a thumbnail overview of the work JET Energy is doing in advancing the technology.

How it Works

Lattice assisted nuclear reactions, simply put, obtain energy from hydrogen in water, which is made to undergo a nuclear "burn" to helium in the metallic lattice. The process involves conversion of deuterons, from heavy water, into inert, safe helium, thereby producing substantial heat which is picked up by the metallic lattice. The amount of heat it produces, in excess of the energy used for all electrical input including loading of a lattice with deuterium, and activation energies, is termed "excess energy". Obtaining the desired reactions requires running the device within a narrow optimal window of performance, at the Optimal Operating Point.

Videos

(4:11 minutes)

  • Cold Fusion Colloquium at MIT - (YouTube; June 16, 2008)

Cost

Once fully developed, cold fusion is expected to be not only cleaner than present conventional energy technologies, but also less expensive.

Advantages

Totally clean. No pollution. No radioactive products. No CO2 produced.

Applications

Anything that can harness heat, including Stirling engines for use in automobiles, planes, and trains.

Swartz also envisions that the technology may have medical applications such as powering artificial internal organs.

Independent Testing

list here

Patents

  • Infinite Energy Meeting Swartz has several patents pending for important cold fusion technology. He also has several papers being peer-reviewed for publication. ... (From: NEN, Vol. 3, No. 9, February 1996, p. 3)
  • Pattent Issued
  • Patent Appeal Denied November 8, 2000
  • November 8, 2000 - Petition for Certiorari filed (not responded to by the Patent Office).

Profiles

Company: JET Thermal Products

JET Energy has developed High Impedance and Codepositional Phusors, Optimal operating point control, multi-ring calorimetry with thermal waveform reconstruction, and other quality-control procedures used in calorimetric analysis and the material fabrication of lattice assisted nuclear reaction (LANR) (cold fusion) devices.

Inventor: Dr. Mitch Swartz

Mitchell Swartz, MD, ScD
Mitchell Swartz, MD, ScD

Dr. (scientific and medical) Mitchell Swartz is the founder and present director of Jet Thermal Products.

He is also the founder and chief editor of Cold Fusion Times. He is also responsible for organizing a number of cold fusion conferences at MIT, spanning at least from 1991 - 1994 [3], including one that was dedicated to honoring the memory of Dr. Eugene Mallove, a cold fusion champion who was murdered.

Swartz received his BS, MS, and EE degrees in Electrical Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT, 1971). He earned a Doctorate in Medicine from Harvard in 1978, and a Doctorate in Science (ScD) from MIT in 1984.

His specialties include the interaction of radiation and matter, materials, antennae, phototherapies involving electron transfer, high dose multifractionated photoradiotherapy, biological-semiconductor sensors, and positron emission tomography.

His clinical interests are radiation oncology and biomedical engineering, diagnostic and treatment devices, and the development of artificial internal organs and therapy systems powered by LANR.

Coverage

Papers

http://world.std.com/~mica/jetrefs.html - 40 papers listed as of Feb. 2008.

  • Biphasic behavior in thermal electrolytic generators using nickelcathodes - Swartz, M.R.; Energy Conversion Engineering Conference, 1997. ECEC-97., Proceedings of the 32nd Intersociety; Volume , Issue , 27 Jul-1 Aug 1997 Page(s):1338 - 1343; vol.2 (IEEE)
    • Summary: Thermal spectroscopy, with attention to background noise, enables accurate determination of sample activity and has revealed a biphasic behavior to the generated excess heat. Nickel cathodes (using ohmic thermal and other metallic cathodic controls) were examined versus either platinum or gold anodes in light water systems. The peak power amplification [ΠoutΠIN=ΠN1] was in the range of ~2.27 (+/-1.02). Peak power outputs have been in excess of 2 watts, with power densities (nickel) of more than ~7 (+/-4.3) watts/cm3. There may be several reasons for the biphasic effect. The origin of the site of the heat shifts at different locations within the π-notch
  • Control of Tardive Thermal Power (pdf) - MITCHELL SWARTZ, JET Thermal Products, Wellesley, MA 02481
    • Previously, calorimetric improvements including thermal power analysis, dual ohmic controls, noise measurement and time-integration of multi-ring calori- metric systems with waveform reconstruction has led to the develop- ment of PhusorTM devices providing undeniable proof of excess heat in palladium heavy water (Pt/D2O/Pd; 0.5 cm3, peak excess power ratios of 2.30 +=¡ 0.84; 1). We now report improved control of tardive thermal power (TTP) which develops long after the termination of electric in- put power. From an engineering perspective, this is important because the effective excess power generated is further greatly increased (up to an additional » 410% beyond that obtained without tardive thermal power operation); and because this improved means of operation can be coupled into over-unity motors and other work-producing systems. In addition, these systems have revealed further insight into the kinetics of the desired condensed matter reactions.
  • “Dual Ohmic Controls Improve Understanding of ‘Heat After Death,’" Mitchell Swartz, Gayle Verner (JET Energy). American Nuclear Society Meeting on Cold Fusion (11/17/05)
  • Possible Parameter to Describe Optimal Operating Point Width - Mitchell Swartz Part I: 2005 MIT Cold Fusion Colloquium

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  • Nuclear > Cold Fusion > Schwartz >
    Day 1 with Dr Mitchell Schwartz' Cold Fusion 1.01 at MIT - Bob Rohner gives a lighthearted report. "We were learning how to read diagrams and graphs showing experimental data, and a lot of time was put into how the excess heat is measured beyond every doubt. ...Electric fields draw the Deuterons towards the Metal (Paladium). The Deuterons will either go into the Metal (Winning) or rise upward with the gas bubbles. (Fail)" (DrBobBlog; January 28, 2013)
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    Cold Fusion 101 Demo Still Going (no link; just a quick f.y.i.) - I talked with Dr. Mitch Swartz of MIT yesterday, and he said that his demo that he did for the "Cold Fusion 101" class is still running, and has been doing so continuously for two months, at 7-times overunity. -- (Sterling D. Allan; March 20, 2012)
Photo: Wired Magazine, Larry Forseley
Photo: Wired Magazine, Larry Forseley
  • Cold-Fusion Graybeards Keep the Research Coming - Recent conference at MIT concludes that with 3,000+ published studies from around the world, the question of whether Cold Fusion is real is not the issue. Now the question is whether or not it can be made commercially viable, and for that, some serious funding is needed. Hagelstein's co-host, physician and electrical engineer Mitchell Swartz, reported his continued refinement of ... (Wired; Aug. 8, 2007)
  • Cold Fusion: A Heated History ... Most scientists call sustained cold fusion reactions impossible, ... SWARTZ: It offers a chance to have the United States make the Kyoto ... (Living on Earth; Sep 30, 2005)
  • Cold Fusion Goes Back to School at MIT - One of the presenters, Dr. Mitchell Swartz of JET Thermal Products, has developed a working experimental cold fusion reactor. Swartz demonstrated the device ... (PESN; April 20, 2004)

Other Coverage

  • IN RE MITCHELL R. SWARTZ - Finally, Mr. Swartz’s attempt to show that his claims are directed to a process other than cold fusion must fail. In his written description and throughout ...
  • New Energy Times - Controversial M.I.T. Cold Fusion Graphs Images provided courtesy of and with permission from Dr. Mitchell R. Swartz and Jet Technology Press ...
  • ICCF10 Mitchell Swartz explains his high precision calorimetry, in another experiment shown at MIT. Cravens and Letts demonstrated laser stimulated cold fusion. ... (LENR-CANR.org)

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Dr. Mitchell Swartz 

JET Thermal Products
P.O. Box 81135
Wellesley Hills, MA USA 02481-0001
E-Mail: mica@theworld.com

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