New Parkhomov Paper Published: “Nickel-hydrogen Heat Generator, Continuously Working for Seven Months”

Thanks to Bob Greenyer for a comment announcing that Russian physicist Alexander Parkhomov has published a new paper on the Journal of Unconventional Science reporting about his seven-month LENR experiment that he claims produced 4100 MJ of excess heat. He had previously reported about this at a LENR conference in Sochi, Russia last year, but had not published a paper about it until now.

The paper is titled “Nickel-hydrogen heat generator, continuously working for 7 months”.

The original Russian paper can be accessed here:

Bob has provided a rough English translation of the paper here, which included the original images:

Here is the abstract:

A nickel-hydrogen heat generator was created that continuously worked for 225 days with a heat dissipation power exceeding the consumed electricity from 200 to 1000 W (thermal coefficient 1.6 – 3.6). Completion of the work is connected with the exhaustion of fuel energy resource. Total excess energy generation of about 4100 MJ. The fuel used in the heat generator is hydrogen-saturated nickel powder weighing 1.2 g. Energy release per 1 nickel atom 2.1 MeV. Changes in the elemental and isotopic composition of fuel and structural materials are analyzed.

Bob has also made a video in which he analyzes the Parkhomov paper.