Thanks to Peter Gluck for sharing about an experiment conducted at the Institute of Nuclear Physics of Kazakhstan, where researchers report achieving excess heat in a nickel-hydrogen system.
The report, in Russian, has been uploaded to the LENR Forum here
While we await an English translation of the text (hopefully), a Russian speaking reader has kindly provided me with a summary of the report:
Looks like good experiment with excess heat detected. They heated two cores in furnance and looked at temperature difference between a fueled core and an empty one. There was a difference and with calculations they converted this difference into 21w of excess heat. Run duration was 100 hours. All equipment is very professional. They are
scientists not amateurs.
They tested two empty cores first, to ensure they see zero temp difference. After that it was a real run, with one core fueled and one empty. The temperature difference between fueled and unfueled core was in the range 20-40c. See chart 2 on fig 6
Conclusions – 1. There was an excess heat. 2. They got it without heater coil. Vacuum furnance was used instead.
UPDATE: Thanks to Bob Greenyer for posting a link to an English translation of this paper translated by Bob Higgins. A great contribution as usual!
UPDATE#2 (Oct 22, 2015)
I received this message from Alexander Parkhomov regarding the English translation:
Researchers from Kazakhstan thank you for publishing the translation of their article into English. But in this translation there is an inaccuracy, causing the readers confusion.
It is written:”The duration of the testing was limited to 100 hours.”
Should be:”The duration of the next testing was limited to 100 hours”.
The authors ask, if possible, to make small, but important correction.