2018 Update on Brillouin Energy and its LENR Work
Date: Thursday, December 27, 2018 @ 11:25:05 GMT
Topic: Devices

In picture is Robert Godes holding a catalytic rod. They believe that sending many short electric pulses down the rods that they are producing the conditions that generate extra heat. There is a di-electric layer with appropriate materials.

Via NextBigFuture: Brillouin Energy has made progress since the 2016 SRI report. The 2017 SRI report indicated that the reactions were at a few watts and fairly reliable coefficient of power (COP) of 1.2 to 1.4 and 2 to 3 watts of reaction heat. The 2017 SRI report showed 4 to 6 watts of reaction heat and COP of up to 1.6. Since that report, Brillouin is now at about 50 watts of input and 100 watt of output. The coefficient of power is currently claimed to be reliablly and consistently at 2 in their recent tests.

Any coefficient of power over 1.0 is amazing or impossible for traditional chemistry. The systems are generating more power output than is input.

Brillouin Energy is working in the long process of developing what was called Cold Fusion and then was more accurately called low energy nuclear reactions (LENR).

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