Report: Bazhutof Plasma Electrolysis System Provides up to 6 times Excess Heat

There’s a slideshow of new electolysis experiments being done by a Russian researcher Yuri N. Bazhutov that he presented at a seminar at the People’s Friendship University in Moscow on June 25th that shows some potentially interesting results. (

Unfortunately the slides are all in Russian, so it’s hard to get a full picture of what is going on, but here’s a translation of the main results provided by Jonas Matuzas via Facebook.

Bazutov report: he is doing “plasma electrolysis” with ordinary water and he have excess heat- 3 x , in some special cases- 6x. (personally for me it is reminds blacklight power). He claims that excess heat is from nuclear transmutations. they use their theoretical model based on new elementary particle erzion (theory starts form 1981). He is in process of patenting it. In July he is going to make “public” demonstration of his reaction. He is not hiding anything, he is open.

Here’s a link to the slideshow which includes photos of the apparatus, and data charts:

  • fritz194
    • clovis ray

      Thanks Friez, I skimmed through it’s pretty heavy reading, and if I get it right, it seems plausible, i’ll add it to the rest of the theory’s, I forget how many have tried to explain it,

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  • Daniel Maris

    Would be interesting to know at what level he’s working – microwatts, watts, tens of watts – or hundreds or more of watts (I think only with the latter can you really begin to have some confidence in applied calorimetry).

  • clovis ray

    Hi, guys, hey Alan Smith this Russian’s device seems eerily familiar ,

  • pelgrim108

    New TET video. This time they tried nickel.

  • Sanjeev

    Here is a paper on the matter.
    (from, the Chinese lenr site).

  • Curbina (not logged in)

    This very interesting paper from an ACS Journal is being discussed in LENR-Forum. The author will answer questions there, too.

    • Curbina

      Now I’m in my PC and I wonder if ECW has seen this post. The ACS paper is very interesting, it adresses (and confirms) anomalous heat production in Passive Autocatalitic Reactors (PARs) made of Pd+Pt used in the nuclear industry for avoiding the accumulation of Hydrogen in water cooling systems of nuclear reactors. They go as far as speculating that LENR is involved, which IMHO is a major development given the nature of the work presented.

      The Abstract of the paper to entice you interest:

      Gas flow-through microcalorimetry has been applied to study the Pd/Al2O3
      type catalysts in the exothermic hydrogen recombination process: H2 +
      O2  H2O, in view of the potential application in the passive
      autocatalytic recombination (PAR) technology. The flow mode experiments
      revealed thermokinetic oscillations, i.e., the oscillatory rate of heat
      evolution accompanying the process and the corresponding oscillations
      in the differential heat of process, in sync with oscillatory conversion
      of hydrogen. Mathematical chaos in the rate of heat evolution has been
      confirmed. In the outburst of quasiperiodic oscillations of large
      amplitude, the instances of differential heats as high as 700 kJ/mol H2
      have been detected, exceeding the heat of water formation (242 kJ/mol
      H2) by a factor of nearly three. Another occurrence of anomalously high
      thermal effects has been measured in calorimetric oxygen titration
      using 0.09 μmol pulses of O2 injected onto hydrogen- or
      deuterium-saturated catalysts, including 2%Pd/Al2O3, 5%Pd/Al2O3 and
      2%PdAu/Al2O3. Repeatedly, the saturation/oxidation cycles showed the
      heat evolutions in certain individual O2 pulses as high as 1100 kJ/mol
      O2, i.e., 550 kJ/mol H2, again twice as much as the heat of water
      formation. It has been pointed out that it seems prudent for the PAR
      technologists to assume a much larger rate of heat evolution than those
      calculated on the basis of a standard thermodynamic value of the heat of
      water formation, in order to account for the possibility of large
      thermokinetic oscillation occasionally appearing in the recombination
      process of hydrogen. A possible relation of the anomalous heat
      evolution to an inadvertent occurrence of low energy nuclear reaction
      (LENR) phenomena is also briefly considered.

      • Mats002

        I wonder – and start to believe – that LENR phenomena have passed the point-of-no-return, new confirmations floating up to the surface in an increasing pace.

        • Curbina

          This paper is certainly interesting because:

          a) proves anomalous heat.
          b) involves a system where Pd and H are present and interacting when the excess heat is measured.
          c) it does not come from an author already involved in LENR, and

          d) it mentions and quotes LENR as a possible explanation.

          Other interesting facts about the paper are that it starts from an observation that is well stablished in the nuclear industry and that is also considered a hazzard and possible source of danger.

          This means that the importance of the fact grants further research. This, IMHO, opens a window for mainstream publication of LENR research under the PARs anomaly umbrella.

      • Sanjeev

        Certainly a very important paper.