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September 19, 2006 : Successful CFR replication by Ronald Hohls (South Africa)
March 15, 2006 : Successful CFR replication at Boulder (Colorado, USA)
Transmutation of metal in confined plasma in water by A. Datillo, V.Iorio, D.Cirillo
Read the Full Test Report online by A. Datillo, V.Iorio, D.Cirillo
- CFR with a Palladium Cathode
- CFR v4.0 Test with a Power Meter
- CFR v4.0 - Radiations measurements
- Preliminary tests of the Big CFR v4.0
A FULL SCREEN MPEG VIDEO of the Enhanced CFR v4.0 in action...
- FULL TESTS of the CFR v4.0
- Tests of the CFR v3.3 with a New PS
- The Enhanced CFR v3.0
A FULL SCREEN MPEG VIDEO of the Enhanced CFR v3.0 in action...
- A NEW Power Supply for your CFR
The High Power CFR v2.1
- Tests of the CFR v2.0 at HIGH POWER
- The CFR v2.0 with K2CO3
- The CFR tests with K2CO3 and W cathode
- The Tiny-CFR tests with a 2x25 mm W cathode
- Power Input measurements with a Power-Meter
- CFR v1.4 tests with a 6x45 mm W cathode
- CFR v1.3 tests with a 2x45 mm W cathode
- CFR v1.1 tests with W and K2CO3
- The CFR v1.0
- The CFR for producing BingoFuel...
- A Simple Calibration test with the CFR
Interesting documents and references :
|PATENT : WO0025320 : "
Energy Generation " from Eccles Christopher
Robert ( GB ) - May 4,
|PATENTS from MIZUNO
TADAHIKO (JP) :
: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To
provide a method for generating a hydrogen gas
with a high efficiency by continuously and
directly pyrolyzing water with a satisfactory
A thermal energy extraction apparatus comprises
an electrolyte bath (1), electrolytic solution
(4), electrodes (2, 3), an atomic nuclear fission
means (11), and a thermal energy extraction means
(5, 6a, 6b, 13a-13e, 14, 23a, 23b). The
electrolytic solution (4) is kept inside the
electrolyte bath (1) and contains at least light
water or heavy water. The electrodes (2, 3) are
so arranged as to be in contact with the
electrolytic solution (4) and include an anode
(3) and a cathode (3). The atomic nuclear fission
means (11) fissions atomic nuclei of the material
constituting the electrodes (2, 3) by applying a
voltage and a current to the electrodes (2, 3).
The thermal energy extraction means (5, 6a, 6b,
13a-13e, 14, 23a, 23b) extracts heat medium (18,
19, 21, 22a, 22b) heated by the thermal energy
generated by the fission of the atomic nuclei of
the material constituting the electrodes (2, 3)
to the outside of the electrolyte bath (1).
A reactor for producing energy and neutrons by
electrolytic reaction in a light- or heavy-water
solution comprises a base made of a refractory
metal and a metal layer formed on the base and
active against hydrogen. The reactor to serve as
a cathode is immersed in an electrolyte together
with an anode. Current is made to flow between
the cathode and anode to cause an electrolytic
reaction. Thus, thermal energy and neutrons are
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