MFMP Running ‘Glowiness’ Test

The Martin Fleischhmann Memorial Project is currently running (Wednesday, Feb 4th, 9:00 pm US Central time) what they describe as the ‘Glowiness’ test on the Dogbone.

Bob Greenyer says:

We are back up and running, with a test designed to answer three questions.
1. How much power can we get into a dog bone
2. do we see the dummy core “glowing” through this dog bones “fat coil” on standard photos
3. with a “fat coil” are the internal and external temperatures closer

They want to see if there is any glowing coming through the Dog Bone when they turn on an internal coil that is placed within the core of the reactor (trying to simulate the Hot Cat used in the Lugano test)

The video can be seen here: