Biberian – No Excess Heat Found
|October 17, 2015||Posted by Jack Cole under Alexander Parkhomov, Andrea Rossi, E-Cat|
Jean-Paul Biberian has conducted a series of experiments with the Parkhomov formula (now known to be a partial formula of Rossi). The results after some 20 experiments utilizing mass flow calorimetry revealed no excess heat. Additionally, Budko and Korshunov report a series of 17 experiments generating no excess heat.
Reproducing Rossi’s experiment following Parkhomov’s process is not as easy at it seemed. After more than 20 experiments with nickel and LiAlH4 in different configurations, within the precision of the calorimeter of +/- 2 Watts, no excess heat was measured. In this paper we have outlined some of the difficulties related to this method.
Thanks to Peter Gluck for making these papers available. My conclusion at this point is that nickel and LiAlH4 does not reliably produce excess heat, and if it does, it is rare.