Airbus LENR Patent Application Published by US Patent Office

Thanks to Gerard McEk for posting a link to a Patent application published on the USPTO website filed by Airbus for “Energy Generating Apparatus and Energy Generating Method and Control Assembly and Reaction Vessel Therefore”. It looks like this is the US version of a European patent that was pubished in 2013 — see here.

Link is here: http://pdfaiw.uspto.gov/.aiw?Docid=20160225467&homeurl=http%3A%2F%2Fappft.uspto.gov%2Fnetacgi%2Fnph-Parser%3FSect1%3DPTO2%2526Sect2%3DHITOFF%2526u%3D%25252Fnetahtml%25252FPTO%25252Fsearch-adv.html%2526r%3D63%2526p%3D2%2526f%3DG%2526l%3D50%2526d%3DPG01%2526S1%3D(energy.AB.%252BAND%252B20160804.PD.)%2526OS%3Dabst%2Fenergy%252BAND%252Bpd%2F8%2F4%2F2016%2526RS%3D(ABST%2Fenergy%252BAND%252BPD%2F20160804&PageNum=&Rtype=&SectionNum=&idkey=2613E9FE3D12

From the abstract:

An environmentally friendly heat energy source suitable for the transportation sector, includes an energy generating apparatus for generating heat energy in an exothermic reaction in the form of a metal lattice supporting hydrogen process, advantageously an LENR . . .

  • Scam.

    • Monty

      scam?

      • Fraud.

        • Ged

          Everyone knows this Airbus person is just pulling a fast one. Who would believe someone with such a name anyways, sounds foreign.

          • Airbus is on the same continent as the University of Bolgna AND Lugano.

          • Ged

            No way this is a coincidence!

          • I have it on good authority as well that their engines are usually only half full. I’ve seen the data directly, though I can’t say where I got it nor share it with you.

          • Ged

            I heard they spin them backwards, too. Or at least someone somewhere said so, so it’s definitely true!

          • wizkid

            They use the wrong type of meter to check their locations. The craft get lost all the time!

          • Jas

            Perhaps due to the fact that the world is flat 😜

          • Buck

            Ged,

            don’t discount man’s ability to be creative in their expressions . . . have you ever walked down the grocery aisle and counted the number of different branded water products? 😉

          • Gerard McEk

            Yes, that’s indeed my thought too. I doubt Airbus can show a LENR device that actually produces heat as they claim.
            It would be good when exceptional claims of something that cannot be explained by any theory (yet) are scientifically verified (maybe as a Black Box) before a patent application can be done.

  • Scam.

    • Monty

      scam?

      • Fraud.

        • Ged

          Everyone knows this Airbus person is just pulling a fast one. Who would believe someone with such a name anyways, sounds foreign.

          Edit: On a serious note, I wonder if Airbus could edge out Rossi and the rest of the field when it comes to patents.The patent field on LENR is starting to get crowded, so I would expect some fights and IP buyouts soon. How many ways can one novelly describe the LENR process with hydrogen and metal lattices?

          • Airbus is on the same continent as the University of Bologna AND Lugano.

          • Ged

            No way this is a coincidence!

          • I have it on good authority as well that their engines are usually only half full. I’ve seen the data directly, though I can’t say where I got it nor share it with you.

          • Ged

            I heard they spin them backwards, too. Or at least someone somewhere said so, so it’s definitely true!

          • wizkid

            They use the wrong type of meter to check their locations. The craft get lost all the time!

          • Jas

            Perhaps due to the fact that the world is flat 😜

          • Buck

            Ged,

            don’t discount man’s ability to be creative in their expressions . . . have you ever walked down the grocery aisle and counted the number of different branded water products? 😉

          • clovis ray

            LOL, FUNNY, AND F7

          • Gerard McEk

            Yes, that’s indeed my thought too. I doubt Airbus can show a LENR device that actually produces heat as they claim.
            It would be good when exceptional claims of something that cannot be explained by any theory (yet) are scientifically verified (maybe as a Black Box) before a patent application can be done.

      • roseland67

        Monty,

        Set your sarcasm gun to “stun”
        I think LENR G is having a little fun with us.

  • Omega Z

    No joking or sarcasm involved. I would be very surprised if this patent is granted and I’ll explain why.

    NOTE: Industrial heats unauthorized patent app. Non-final rejection Jan 16 2016. This usually results in final rejection.

    What does Airbus and Industrial heats patent apps have in common that Rossi’s Granted Patent does not?

    They both carry the kiss of death that was absent on Rossi’s patent. Under the Publication Classification code is the CPC= “COOPERATIVE PATENT CLASSIFICATION” and you will notice G21B 3/00

    Follow this link and go down to where these codes are defined.
    http://www.uspto.gov/web/patents/classification/cpc/html/cpc-G21B.html

    G21B 3/00 … Low temperature nuclear fusion reactors, e.g. alleged cold fusion reactors.

    While Rossi’s patent tells of an exothermic reaction and more energy output then input, it makes No mention of LENR of Cold Fusion. It focuses on the reactor design and other processes. The Patent inspector doesn’t have to concern himself about the other implications. Merely the design of the device and certain fuel preparation process.

  • Omega Z

    No joking or sarcasm involved. I would be very surprised if this patent is granted and I’ll explain why.

    NOTE: Industrial heats unauthorized patent app. Non-final rejection Jan 16 2016. This usually results in final rejection.

    What does Airbus and Industrial heats patent apps have in common that Rossi’s Granted Patent does not?

    They both carry the kiss of death that was absent on Rossi’s patent. Under the Publication Classification code is the CPC= “COOPERATIVE PATENT CLASSIFICATION” and you will notice G21B 3/00

    Follow this link and go down to where these codes are defined.
    http://www.uspto.gov/web/patents/classification/cpc/html/cpc-G21B.html

    G21B 3/00 … Low temperature nuclear fusion reactors, e.g. alleged cold fusion reactors.

    While Rossi’s patent tells of an exothermic reaction and more energy output then input, it makes No mention of LENR of Cold Fusion. It focuses on the reactor design and other processes. The Patent inspector doesn’t have to concern himself about the other implications. Merely the design of the device and certain fuel preparation process.

  • Axil Axil

    Who still remembers what MFMP said about the Cannon patent? The spark driven IP that AirBus is patenting is now open source. So Sad,

  • Axil Axil

    Who still remembers what MFMP said about the Cannon patent? The spark driven IP that AirBus is patenting is now open source. So Sad,

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    Cold fusion is the latest topic on the agenda at the Japanese company Canon, best known for cameras, bubblejet printers and other office equipment.

    In 1989 Martin Fleischman and Stanley Pons claimed that fusion could be initiated at room temperature by electrolysing heavy water (which contains disproportionate amounts of the hydrogen isotope deuterium) with a titanium or palladium cathode. But the Japanese were worried about the risk of an
    explosion caused by high gas pressure.

    Canon’s patent (EP 568 118) claims new ways to absorb large volumes of deuterium in a metal carrier, by putting it close to a pair of electrodes to create a gas discharge in a hydrogen-filled chamber. Cold fusion is promoted by cycling the power supply through low and high voltages.

    The carrier can be a block of magnesium alloy or palladium alloy. For safety, the hydrogen gas is at atmospheric pressure. The pulsed power comes from large capacitors, and the electrodes are shaped to concentrate the electric field.

    After storing deuterium in a palladium alloy for 60 minutes, says Canon, the deuterium content had increased, with a tenfold increase in gamma ray emission after 120 hours. Applying five-minute cycles of 5 and 500 volts DC for 50 hours produced a twentyfold increase in emission. More heat was generated at the negative electrode than the electric energy consumed at
    the two electrodes. All this, says Canon, proves that cold fusion works.

    ‘Nuclear fusion can be occasioned relatively easily . . . and thus a method for multiplying heat energy capable of generating a sufficiently large quantity of heat energy for a practical application,’ it claims.