First Look at Alexander Parkhomov Presentation: “Nickel-Hydrogen Reactor Continuously Worked Seven Months” (Excess Power up to 1 kW)

Bob Greenyer has posted some photos of Alexander Parkhomov’s presentation at the Sochi LENR conference showing some of Parkhomov’s slideshow which is mostly in Russian. Thanks Bob!

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1D1-ubFakEirSThGNAr0NvR2cIMHI91Eu/view

Here is the text of the last slide of the presentation which is actually in English:

Optimization of the design, application of more heat-resistant construction materials and reliable sealing allowed to achieve a 7-month duration of operation of the nickel-hydrogen of excess power up to 1 kW (COP up to 3.6)

1 g of Nickel provided the release of excess heat of about 4100 MJ, Such energy is released when 100 liters of oil products are burned.

During the processes occurring in nickel-hydrogen systems, changes in the elemental composition were found. The calcium content increased especially. Isotopic changes in nickel are insignificant.

Tremendous energy release with a low fuel mass and compactness of nickel-hydrogen reactors, combined with the absence of harmful chemical and radioactive waste and radiations opens up fundamentally new prospects for application in the energy sector, industry, transport and the utilities.

A few more details provided in note form by Bob:

Temperature was well over 1700 C
Not a solid/lattice
He just used pumped hydrogen,only feeding at around 1atm

Below is Bob’s video of Dr. Parkhomov giving his presentation:

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