A new paper has been posted on the ResearchGate website by a Japanese team led by Akito Takahashi, (Professor Emeritus, Osaka University) reporting successful production of excess heat from nano-metal and hydrogen/deuterium gas experimental systems.
The authors describe the effect simply as an ‘anomalous heat effect’ (AHE)
Title of the article: “Enhancement of Excess Thermal Power in Interaction of Nano-Metal and H(D)-Gas”
Authors: Akito Takahashi, Toyoshi Yokose, Yutaka Mori, Akira Taniike, Yuichi Furuyama, Hiroyuki Ido, Atsushi Hattori, Reiko Seto, Joji Hachisuka
From the abstract:
“Significant enhancement of excess thermal power by the anomalous heat effect (AHE) has been attained by our latest experiments on interaction of binary nano-composite metal powders and H (or D) gas at elevated temperature of 300-400 °C. Observed excess thermal power levels in average were 10, 86 and 186 W/kg-sample for PNZ10, PNZ10r and PNZ10rr, respectively with deuterium-gas. In addition, levels in average were 11, 117 and 226 W/kg-sample for CNZ7, CNZ7r and CNZ7rr, respectively with light hydrogen gas. Generation of excess thermal power was very reproducible by week cycle runs of heating power on/off mode, and was steady for several days in each elevated temperature run.”
“Excess thermal power reached at the level of 200 W/kg–sample continuing for several weeks or more, by the elevated temperature interaction of either D–gas or H-gas and Ni-based binary nano-composite powders supported in zirconia flakes. Further extension study towards application of industrial clean portable primary thermal energy source is encouraging.”