A Universal LENR Reactor?
|August 26, 2012||Posted by Jack Cole under Dale Basgall, Universal LENR Reactor|
An inventor from Hawaii has been working on a design for a “universal” LENR reactor as a teaching/research tool. It is not completely clear to me what the inventor intends to achieve with the design and website, but it appears that the intent is education about the process of invention, patenting, education, and a thinking process. The reactor design appears to be an attempt to “cover all bases” in terms of LENR and to work to heat water even without LENR. So, as the inventor, Dale G. Basgall states on the site:
The reactor design below encorporates the usage of Stainless Steel (316L or better), copper tube, and materials that will enable a human experimenting with the process to make a hot cup of coffee or tea and be able to consume the water as a drink. This is without the usage of LENR fuel in the first stage of assembly and when used as an educational tool when studying thermodynamics.Otherwise other materials could be used to substitute expensive raw materials to manufacture a less expensive version of this Universal Reactor without departing from the scope and application of this LENR Reactor Design.