Rossi: Replicators Missing Refinements
|November 15, 2015||Posted by Jack Cole under Andrea Rossi|
Followers of the replication efforts of the Lugano Hot Cat test could not help but notice the many failed replications and low COP’s when excess heating is thought to appear. Andrea Rossi has fortunately provided at least a partial explanation for this, but no guidance about how to improve outcomes in response to a question asked by a reader of his blog.
Dear mr Rossi,
The fact that replications so far have not achieved very high COP:
Is there still a secret ingredient in Your e-cat that it not known to the public?
The replications have reached the COP and the situations that we had originally. The eventual evolution is a matter of industrial refinement of the technology, that takes a huge amount of work.The eventual inventions that have allowed the improvement of the E-Cats are now the subject of many patents that are either pending or in preparation.
I think I could accept this explanation that the current state of the replication efforts is missing key refinements. Unfortunately, the effect, as examined by replicators, has so far been so unreliable that there is less confidence in the positive results when they appear to happen. Unless someone is fortunate enough to guess at something to improve the reliability of positive replications, we are again awaiting the results of a test by Rossi.
In the meantime, replication efforts have commenced with the Open Power Association.