The Italian Open Power Association has published the full text of a report it was hoping to present at the ICCF19 conference in Padua, Italy. The communication I received is prefaced with this remark:
As you can see in Our newsletter of April, in PDF attachment, the Committtee of ICCF19 decided not to give voice to the Open Science Research in Italy! And We of Open Power.
Do not Hide Our bitterness, disappointment and disbelief, for this decision, which has no scientific basis, in our opinion. We have already officially asked the reasons for this negative decision, but we are still waiting for feedback from the organization…
As it is in our style, and thanks to the Internet, we promptly decided to disclose the full text of what would be our intervention to ICCF19, if we had been invited. Also, last but not least, we also publish the full text of the patent connected and already filed.
The paper is titled, “Experimental Tests on Energy Localization: Anomalous Effects of High Voltage, Narrow Pulsed Electrical Discharges on Metal Powders, in Electrolysis and Gas” and is written by Ugo Abundo, A. Burgognoni, Q. Cuccioli, M. Di Lecce, P. Pieravanti, F. Santandrea, L. Saporito.
The report also included the text of a patent: “Apparatus and method for the production of energy by means of pulsed electro-compression of light elements in nanostructured ceramic-metallic composite matrices” which the association is filed “to protect Open Science against mere business: in prospective, free licenses will be distributed to selected major protagonists.”
The report can be read here: http://www.hydrobetatron.org/files/ICCF19_ABUNDO_Pubb.pdf
From the abstract:
“With the goal of determining the conditions to promote some anomalous effects (thermal and electrical) shown by metals in the presence of hydrogen gas or during electrolytic evolution, we focused the attention on the use of high voltage, narrow electric pulses, with low repetition rate, on small sized metal powders.
“The experimental data collected during the experimentation, relative to cathodes made from tungsten micrometric powders subjected to electrolytic regime (solutions of K2 CO3) at voltages up to 350 V and the average power of 200-300 W, show the spontaneous formation of pulses of high instantaneous power, up to 30 – 40 KW, in conjunction with abnormal development of heat.
“Moreover, we was able to perform a direct extraction of a part of the electric energy contained in such plasma pulsations, by a suitable circuit, inth e so called “negative resistance” region.”