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    Презентация CleanHME_10_11_2020
    Progress Toward an Understanding of LENR–AHE Effects in Coated Constantan Wires in D2 Atmosphere:
    DC/AC Voltage Stimulation
    Francesco Celani ⇤,†, C. Lorenzetti, G. Vassallo‡, E. Purchi, S. Fiorilla, S. Cupellini, M. Nakamura, R. Burri, P. Boccanera, P. Cerreoni and A. Spallone§
    International Society for Condensed Matter Nuclear Science (ISCMNS_L1), Via Cavour 26, 03013 Ferentino (FR), Italy
    This paper presents a summary and some deeper details about the experiments presented at the 22nd International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science (ICCF22). It reports on the experimental study of LENR phenomena in Constantan (Cu55Ni44Mn1) from its inception in 2011 to the most recent experiments. Using an empirical approach we identified the effect of surface modification of the Constantan wires with coatings comprised of elements that enhance the absorption behavior, and oxides with low work function for electron emission. We also explored certain geometrical arrangements of the wires such as
    knots and coils in order to induce local thermal gradients and predictable hot-spots. Moreover, the DC polarization of the wires by a counter-electrode proved to be a versatile approach to induce non-equilibrium conditions that are essential for Anomalous Heat Effects (AHE), especially when a dielectric barrier discharge (DBD) is produced. From the review of experiments summarized in this article, we obtain indications that the main parameter controlling the AHE is the flux of reactive species through the surface of the loaded material. As a consequence, all other external conditions of the reactor core (voltage–current, temperature, pressure,
    electric field stimulations, DC and/or AC external fields), can be seen as co-factors that enable a flux of active species through surfaces and in the bulk of the materials. Although most of the tests are in agreement with a possible flux model, some results still lack an interpretation, probably due to limits of the experimental setup.
    c 2020 ISCMNS. All rights reserved. ISSN 2227-312


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