Reactant, Heating Device, And Heating Method: New US Patent Application by Mizuno, Clean Planet Inc.

Thanks to help_lenr for the following post, which I think deserves a thread of its own:

Those who miss me356 giving details about his alleged plasma-fusor-assited LENR — may consider now a similar LENR patented in USA by Tadahiko Mizuno The details are here:

http://appft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser?Sect1=PTO2&Sect2=HITOFF&u=%2Fnetahtml%2FPTO%2Fsearch-adv.html&r=1&p=1&f=G&l=50&d=PG01&S1=20160155518.PGNR.&OS=DN/20160155518&RS=DN/20160155518

Tadahiko Mizuno is a proffessor of electro-chemistry or so in Japan. See in Wikipedia his curriculum vita.

I said in other threads that nobody can stop these days LENR developments and the pioneer industry will be in Japan at least.

Here is the abstract:

Provided is a reactant, a heat-generating device and a heat-generating method, which can generate heat more stable than conventionally possible. When the reactant (26) that is formed from a hydrogen storage metal and has a plurality of metal nanoparticles (metal nano-protrusion) having the nano-size formed on the surface is structured to be installed in a reactor that becomes a deuterium gas atmosphere, and thereby hydrogen atoms are occluded in the metal nanoparticle of the reactant 26, heat can be generated more stable than conventionally possible.

  • hophachlanh
  • This patent seems detailed and could be used for replications.

    Mizuno is the famous Mizuno of Mizuno experiments, with plama electrolysis (Bazhutov have similar polarity reversed cell, and some French team try to test both with shoestring).

    Jed Rothwell analysed the calorimetry of Mizuno, and alerted by Thomas Clarke he retracted and informed Clean Planet of the problems.
    He says they have addressed, but he did not analyse again.

    They can make errors, but they behave seriously, and you can compare that with Lugano story.

  • Alan DeAngelis
    • help_lenr

      As far as I remember Mizuno made researches about LENR before PonFleischman1989, in the 70s. He called the phenomena _anomalous heat_ or a similar term (because he was not sure what happened in the experiments) most these researches were payed from his own money.

      These researches (I think) are the contents of his red book (with the photos of vulcano-like surface bursts).

  • pg

    -1!

  • Jarea

    From the patent
    “The amount of heat generated by the above input became 1 [kW], and the heating value with respect to the input reached 33 times. ”
    COP=33
    That is very good if we can reproduce it!

    • Facepalm

      The electrical input was 30 mA, but he doesn’t say what type of waveform it has. According to Lundin/Lidgren it has to be a square waveform to shake loose the neutrons from the deuterium/lithium.

      Lundin: “Our method is more precise, using the lowest possible amount of energy [through resonance] to shake loose the neutrons. Others like Rossi are creating turbulence through square waves [in the electrical current feeding the heat resistors controlling the reaction — square waves containing a large number of harmonics and thus many different frequencies], and they get a turbulent wave spectrum risking that some frequencies become a little too high,”

    • Bob Greenyer

      yes

    • roseland67

      IF, it can be replicated by multiple sources
      That is incredible

    • Thomas Kaminski

      Table 3, however, shows a maximum ratio of 1:1.81 implying COP of 1.81. I admit, it is rather hard to interpret the Table 3 results based on earlier comments.

      Here is a “text” file that can be used to generate a .csv file to read into a spreadsheet program to see the table in a more readable form:

      TABLE-US-00003 TABLE 3

      Column/Meaning

      1: Test Number
      2: Gas Used
      3: Input Watt
      4: Output Watt/Electrode
      5: Output Watt/Reactor
      6: Time ks
      7: Hout/Hin Electrode
      8: Hout/Hin Reactor
      9: Temperature/C Electrode
      10: Temperature Reactor
      11: Input Energy kJ
      12: Input/Output Ratio

      1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
      1,D.sub.2O,70,30.7,0,0,30.7,7,51,33,1.65,1.08
      2,D.sub.2O,70,30.7,780,13.9,44.6,2.8,61,48,1.37,1.08
      3,D.sub.2O,275,31,0,0,31,58,58,35,1.87,1.13
      4,D.sub.2O,50,31,0,0,31,78,46,34,1.48,1.07
      5,D.sub.2O,50,31,0,0,31,13,43,31,1.38,1
      6,D.sub.2O,100,45.7,0,0,45.7,65,53,55,1.15,1.19
      7,D.sub.2O,20,44.6,0,0,44.6,1.2,36,50,0.82,1.13
      8,D.sub.2O,50,45.8,790,16.6,62.4,2.48,62,62,1,1.2
      9,D.sub.2O,50,46.6,772,14.6,61.2,1.44,60,60,1,1.3
      10,D.sub.2O,50,47,0,0,47,1.17,55,55,1.28,1.43
      11,D.sub.2O,145,45.9,0,0,45.9,150,67,60,1.3,1.31
      12,D.sub.2,330,45.8,0,0,45.8,62.5,68,69,1.48,1.51
      13,H.sub.2O,20,46,0,0,46,8.2,46,70,1,1.09
      14,D.sub.2,400,49,770,12,61,6.5,66,70,1.08,1.15
      15,D.sub.2,200,49,0,0,49,1.3,61,60,1.24,1.22
      16,D.sub.2,300,25,0,0,25,6.5,41,30,1.64,1.2
      17,D.sub.2,300,36,0,0,36,1.5,54,48,1.5,1.33
      18,D.sub.2,330,36,0,0,36,2.8,54,44,1.5,1.22
      19,D.sub.2,330,51.2,0,0,51.2,8,58,80,1.13,1.56
      20,H.sub.2O,20,35.5,0,0,35.5,60,42,42,1.18,1.18
      23,H.sub.2O,180,61.8,0,0,61.8,63.2,78,110,1.26,1.78
      24,H.sub.2O,25,61,0,0,61,64.3,45,78,0.73,1.28
      25,D.sub.2,140,61,0,0,61,18.2,70,110,1.15,1.8
      26,D.sub.2,200,61.3,0,0,61.3,143,85,111,1.39,1.81
      27,D.sub.2,300,62.4,0,0,62.4,11,100,65,1.6,1.04
      28,D.sub.2,370,62.4,821,22.7,85.1,4.5,120,95,1.41,1.12
      29,D.sub.2,365,62.4,846,22.7,85.1,3.6,120,105,1.41,1.23
      31,D.sub.2,430,81.5,0,0,81.5,22.5,100,91.5,1.22,1.12
      32,D.sub.2,260,80.5,0,0,80.5,2.08,105,87.5,1.3,1.09
      33,D.sub.2,140,0,0,0,0,2,0.04,,,
      34,D.sub.2,222,45,0,0,45,17.5,61,46,1.36,1.02
      35,D.sub.2,427,46.2,0,0,46.2,62,80,50,1.58,1.08
      36,D.sub.2,425,45.9,0,0,45.9,27,79,53.5,1.72,1.17
      37,D.sub.2,438,46.2,0,0,46.2,62,79,58,1.71,1.26
      38,D.sub.2,408,46.2,0,0,46.2,93.4,79,55,1.71,1.19
      39,D.sub.2,391,46,0,0,46,85.9,79,55,1.71,1.2
      40,D.sub.2,382,46,0,0,46,162,79,53,1.71,1.2
      42,D.sub.2,348,45.9,0,0,45.9,81.4,80,58.5,1.74,1.27
      43,D.sub.2,348,45.4,0,0,45.4,2.2,79,52.5,1.74,1.16
      44,D.sub.2,260,81,0,0,81,13.1,120,110,1.48,1.36
      45,D.sub.2,170,81,0,0,81,67,105,96,1.29,1.19

  • bachcole

    I am curious. Say we have exactly a 1 cubic centimeter cube of nickel, which would weight, according to Wikidpedia, 8.908 grams. And let’s say that we saturated that cube of nickel with hydrogen completely and utterly to 100% saturation.

    How much would it now weigh?
    How rapidly would the hydrogen escape from the metal lattice? (a half-life of escape would work for me.)

  • Alan Smith

    An excellent source of information from a serious and experienced researcher.

  • Alan Smith

    An excellent source of information from a serious and experienced researcher.

  • Fedir Mykhaylov

    Perhaps the Japanese will receive the first commercial reactors

  • Fedir Mykhaylov

    Perhaps the Japanese will receive the first commercial reactors