Automated Android Electrolysis System: Nitinol Demonstration
|January 23, 2013||Posted by Jack Cole under Hobbyist LENR|
My efforts to produce LENR utilizing electrolysis has recently turned to the use of Nitinol (a nickel/titanium alloy). Nitinol has the unique capability of contracting once it reaches a certain temperature (hence the nickname of muscle wire). I produced a short video clip showing an electrolysis experiment in progress to demonstrate the activity of Nitinol when a high power pulse is put through the wire for 100 milliseconds (80-90 watts of 94 khz alternating current).
Unfortunately the video and audio are poorly synchronized. Watching the experiment take place, the wire contracts when you hear the click of a relay controlled by an Android phone. Towards the end of the video, I repeat a second of video multiple times to demonstrate the effect more clearly.
Thanks to Dale Basgall, inventor of the Universal LENR Reactor, for passing along the idea of using Nitinol.