Promising Results in New Parkhomov Experiment
|March 26, 2015||Posted by Jack Cole under Alexander Parkhomov, Andrea Rossi, E-Cat|
Alexander Parkhomov has continued his replication attempts of Andrea Rossi’s Hot Cat reactor, and reports promising results in a new experiment. If the measurements can be believed, he achieved a COP of 3.2 in an extended run. He is running a new setup that is in the open air rather than his calorimeter. He reportedly made this change in order to get away from the problem of frequently needing to refill the calorimeter with water.
Three things of importance are confirmed in this experiment:
1). The reaction can be restarted after it stops.
2). Extremely high pressures are not needed and the system is in fact under a partial vacuum when the reaction occurs.
3). Parkhomov was able to reproduce his previous results despite using different nickel particles.
Parkhomov needs to improve his calorimetry setup to confirm these findings, but the fact that he has produced similar results using two different measurement methods is encouraging.