MFMP Publishes Project Dog Bone Experiment Plan

The Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project (MFMP) has published a document outlining their plans for an initial set of experiments to answer some of the questions that have been raised by the Lugano E-Cat testing report.

Note that initial testing will not attempt to replicate the excess heat effect reported in the Lugano report. The first order of business is to observe how a device of similar construction to the reactor used by Levi et al. behaves when it is subject to the same energy inputs reported in the test.

I spoke with Bob Greenyer today and he emphasized that one thing they will try to discover is whether it is possible for a device of the size the Lugano reactor with inconel resistor coils to produce the levels of heat measured in the Lugano report when acting like a normal heating element.

Below is a link to the document published by the MFMP. The team is inviting comments and questions from the interested public to be posted on their website, or their Facebook page.