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Preface: Luciano Saporito, from Italy, sent me this text via PDF. For those of you not familiar, from what I understand, this replication project is a variation of Andrea Rossi's E-Cat cold fusion technology. This is also mentioned at E-Cat World.

The A.Calaon model ( is assumed as the main working hypothesis (together with other possible indications from known literature models): it will drive the process choices, and the experimental results will offer suggestions to its improvement, see report 018:

The progress will be gradually and promptly reported in the corresponding sections on website, actually active since today syntheses will be communicated regularly to LENR-Forum.

As a first step, the “Parkhomov” suggestions will be implemented:

then, under the name of “Parkhomov-plus:

an improving original research path will be executed, according to some aspects claimed in the Open Power Patent Application.

After months of tuning, now the actual set-up assures behavior under severe experimental conditions, ranging from high temperature, high pression, highly corrosive operation also under High Voltage pulsed discharges and very strong magnetic field.

Safety measures include shielding against eventual alfa, beta, x, gamma and neutron emissions, as well as internal coatings of reactor surfaces by Boron Nitride layers, to protect it against corrosion.

However, emissions will be continuously detected by Geiger counters , gamma spectrometer and neutron detector.

All the reaction devices are contained in a pressurized, anti-shock safety box, controlled in temperature and pression, with filtered atmosphere.

The diversified nuclear fuel will be solicited under Hydrogen/Deuterium atmosphere, by combined controlled thermal, magnetic, electric shock waveforms.

Holmlid’s ultradense hydrogen behavior will be tested, in the presence of dehydrogenation catalysts as Ni/Fe or Fe2O3.doped by K and Li.

The electric behavior of Ni/Fe and/or Fe2O3.nanometric powders will be tested under conditions of continuous, wave, pulse and discharge feeding, also regarding the molecular hydrogen and/or deuterium splitting capability.

The dissociation/vapor pressure equilibrium of Li hydrides will be measured against variable hydrogen partial pressure and temperature, also in the presence of an adsorbing matrix as Ni powder.

A fully automatized control system will drive the operating conditions, however supervised by man.

All the operations will be recorded by digital, photographic and video means.

Finally, all the involved researchers suggestions are welcome and encouraged.

Ugo Abundo at Open Power

-- SilverThunder 15:55, 14 November 2015 (UTC)

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