There have been some questions and comments on the Journal of Nuclear Physics recently about what will be shown at the scheduled January 31 E-Cat presentation. Andrea Rossi has announced that the largest E-Cat SK that he can make for now is 20 kW, and says that this will be the model of the E-Cat that will be presented.
Here are a few questions and comments on the subject:
November 2, 2018 at 4:09 PM
What is the size of the 20 kW E-Cat SK? Will this be shown at the upcoming presentation?
Thank you very much,
November 3, 2018 at 3:52 AM
It will be shown at the presentation.
November 3, 2018 at 7:22 AM
For the presentation in January you have said that you will show the Ecat SK in operation.
Do you mean
a) A single Ecat SK heating some water with digital display of the water temperature on both ends
b) Multiple ecat SK heating some water with temperature readouts
c) Multiple Ecat SK driving a turbine?
Many Thanks and I wish you success
November 3, 2018 at 9:14 AM
November 2, 2018 at 4:30 PM
You may have already answered this question so forgive me if you previously did so. Will you have an independent engineer present at the 31 January industrialization demonstration responsible validating the accuracy of all the test and measurement equipment utilized as well as the resulting measurements? I’m sure all your followers on this website can suggest one if you haven’t already done so. Continued success and I look forward to 31 January after following your progress since 2011.
November 3, 2018 at 3:51 AM
No, we will not have any engineer to validate anything. It will be a presentation of a service supplied by means of an industrialized product, not a validation test.
From these responses, its sound like the presentation will be just Andrea Rossi and/or some of his team members operating the E-Cat, displaying it, and talking about the business plan of selling heat, similar to any company introducing a new product or service. Rossi/Leonardo will be in full control of the event, and there will be no third party validation taking place, which I know many people were hoping for. Nevertheless, I think it will be an interesting event, as is any event involving the E-Cat (for me at least), and I hope to learn as much as I can. No doubt there will be considerable scrutiny from supporters and critics alike, as there has been in the past.