New Test Completed by Denis Vasilenko — Report Published

Denis Valilenko (aka Firaxtech) has reported that he has begun a new test with a Parkhomov-style reactor. This time he is not providing a live data or video stream, but he has noted that already there has some unusual temperature measurements.

This quote has been posted on the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project Facebook page.

@12.27 CET Denis said
“More information will be in the evening, but I can say at once, the temperature anomalies are very large and very strange had already begun to 250C”
he started at 11.30 MSK [Moscow time]

Denis has said he’s using a ceramic tube reactor with a mix of 1g carbonyl nickel and 0.1 LiAlH4, with input being sine wave of 50 HZ. Here’s a photo of his reactor:


I hope we’ll get more updates as the day goes on. I’ll add anything significant to this post.

Denis has posted a report of the experiment at the LENR-Forum here, and has put data and images on Google drive here

In summary Denis writes:

“Deviation 8% calorimeter (power loss 7-8%), with maximum temperatures of minimum loss was 1.5%.
The main question today – why such anomalies thermocouple? The graphs clearly show that even at a temperature of 1200C to sharp differences arose. Maybe someone faced with a similar and will be able to explain? While come to mind thoughts of mundane problems thermocouple inside the tube.”

  • Looks to be a Hot piece of kit.

  • Mats002

    Denis at lenr-forum: “Hi all, today is a lot of conflicting and possibly misleading information, the experiment was launched at 11:30 Moscow time, the duration of 12 hours.”

    • Sanjeev

      By misleading info, does he mean problematic data?
      Half of the experiment must be already over by now. Any data posted ?

      • Mats002

        Not yet from what I can see.

  • oceans

    Denis Vasilenko is breaking new ground with his tests, look forward to hearing of his latest results.

  • Zeddicus Zul Zorander

    The test should be about over now. Any news?

  • Mats002

    Denis made a reference run that was clean with expected result for a dummy run. See

    I am not sure but I think he replaced or somewhat fixed the TC giving strange readings. I look forward to an active run now!