There is some interesting discussion of the recently published Airbus patent in the Cold Fusion E-Cat group on LinkedIn
See the thread here
A few interesting points come up in the comments. For example, Rob Woudenberg writes:
I’ve read this patent application in more details as well meanwhile. They claim some interesting (new) methodologies. One is the preparation of nickel powder using Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS), the other is the use of electromagnetic pulsation of which not much details are revealed. They refer to the patent application of Pekka Soininen (Etiam Oy), which describes electromagnetic field generation by nano or micrometer scale local discharge of pyro and/or piezo electric material
Heinz G. Sonnenberg comments:
The Airbus patent specifies the minimum temperature which is absolutely required to prevent hazardous radiation. To my understanding, such a strong statement in a patent can only be made based on extensive measurements. These measurements imply that Airbus must have such devices in their hands.
If Airbus is really involved in serious LENR R&D it would be a significant development, and a signal that behind the scenes large companies are paying close attention to the field and preparing for its emergence. At this point, however, we can’t be sure of much that is going on unless the company makes public comment on the matter. We know that Airbus representatives will be at the April 10 LENR-Cities meeting in Milan, and perhaps we will hear more from them there.
Here’s a link to the Airbus patent (machine translated) https://www.scribd.com/doc/259591568/Airbus-LENR-Patent-Google-Translation By the way, I just noticed that since I uploaded this document last Monday (6 days ago) it has received over 20,000 views.