Thursday, April 20, 2017

Vitalii Kirkinskii abouti PdD compared to NiH



The main attractivity of the Ni-H  is given by the low cost of the initial components
that is especially important for the process of research. Its main disadvantage is the very high working temperature (more than 13000 C) that is making difficult the practical use. In our Euro patent  obtained years before the patent of Rossi and of Piantelli , we have proposed as a material with good perspective LaNi5 that is solving hydrogen with two orders of magnitude  more than nickel. And this must accelerate significantly the nuclear reactions and the release of energy. Unfortunately due to lack of resources. we were not able  to test this compound.

In the Pd-D system the production of excess energy was 600W for a mass of finely crystallized palladium weighing 32 grams. For a mass of 3kg palladium the heat must comprise 50 kW- that presents interest for practical applications
The coefficient of performance can also be increased in comparison with Rossi's results. Pd,  despite the fact that it is not the basic fuel can partially be converted in silver. The contribution of this reaction to the energy obtained is not great

If we do not consider the higher cost of palladium and deuterium their use could be eventually advantageous due to the higher energy production and due to the lower working temperatures
However  there are necessary more carefully executed experiments and calculations.
Compared to hydrocarbon based energetics, these both systems are hundred times cheaper and ecologically more cleaner
Considering the heat obtained per unit of mass of fuel, the thermal electrogenerators have a much better perspective than the traditional sources of energy. This especially important for the different means of transport on earth, water and air.
.The progress in this field depends on the deep understanding of the mechanism of the and on the practical experience that leads to know-how. 
If there are investors ready to invest worthy resources into these studies or acquire a patent, we are ready to discuss these proposals.

Short biographical data of the Author

Graduated from the Moscow State University, specialty Geochemistry.
After graduate studies at the Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry of the Academy of Sciences in Moscow, he defended his Ph.D. thesis on the chemical reactions of uranium and lead oxides. He was invited to the Institute of Geology and Geophysics in Novosibirsk (now - Institute of Geology and Mineralogy, Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of sciences where he soon headed the laboratory of ultrahigh pressures. His main scientific direction is the physical chemistry of processes at high pressures. He published more than 150 scientific papers, including 3 monographs and 10 patents. In 1984 he defended his doctoral dissertation. Since 1992 I have been actively engaged in research of nuclear reactions at low energies.

Photo of the Author


1 comment: