Hobbyist Science – Investigating LENR Parameters
|November 4, 2012||Posted by Jack Cole under Hobbyist LENR|
This writer has developed an automated electrolytic system for control and data collection for exploring LENR parameters. As it is very expensive for the equipment to do advanced data logging and calorimetry, I have developed some methods of exploring variables that may induce and demonstrate the Anomalous Heat Effect with a minimum number of sensors.
The system is fully automated. It runs on an Android smartphone connected to an IOIO programmable controller. Two temperature sensors from Atlas Scientific are used. One measures the electrolytic cell temperature and the other measures ambient room temperature. I have conducted a series of experiments with the intent being not to induce AHE, but rather how AHE could be demonstrated through a repeated measures/run design that deconstructs individual components of the experiment and makes predictions about what should be seen if AHE is present.
I hope that those interested in LENR will find something of interest here, and there might be an idea or two that would be of interest to scientists in terms of automation. I want to thank Vortex listserve members for providing some ideas during the design of this project.
I want to approach this in as objective of a manner as possible, so if you see any flaws in the design or my reasoning, please tell me about it.
Here is the setup earlier in the process.
Here is the setup that was used in the experiments described in the Powerpoint presentation.