In Bologna, an unofficial testing of the e-cat home was done on the 11th of February. The eyewitness to this testing was Dr. Levi together with Francesco Celani, where he also made the preparations of the experiment of e-cat home on the 14th of January 2011. According to Dr. Levi, they were in the middle of the testing process when he arrived at 21 hours already of the 10th of February at 6:45 in the morning and is working together with the e-cat.
The test was obviously a failure due to the hasty preparations of those who carried the e-cat home experiments. They could have at least subside the course of the experiment from January 14th onwards and not rush into it. For the coming weeks, they will arrange for a new set of tests with impeccable experimental protocols and also under the supervision of the University’s aegis.
Dr. Francesco Celani of the INFN Frascati has then released the latest development and addressed it to his mail-list.
I recently had a copy of the test taken by Andrea Rossi in Bologna a few days ago that was published online by Ny Teknik, the well known and widely read Swedish scientific journal.
This time there was significant progress in running the experiment compared to the disastrous and hurried test conducted in Bologna on January 14, 2011.
a. the test duration was increased from 1 hour to 18 hours;
b. the water flow was significantly increased to prevent the operation system from boiling tremendously to appreciate fully the power and output due to the possible presence of water mixed with steam.
Unfortunately, in that experiment the flow of water was not generated using pump but is attached directly to a water pipe.
Obviously given the known instability of water pressure and high water flow the measurement seems to have proved that it is clearly superior to that of the 14th of January experiment, and that it should be repeated and checked in stable working conditions.
I have already said its paths and my willingness to make the test under more standardized and easily controlled functionality. I have already given numerous suggestions ”operational” to respect. Reiterate my suggestions that under the operating conditions reported by Rossi, a flow is reasonable in low temperature of water.
Despite my own mentioned criticisms, I would like to congratulate the Rossi group for the progress and good will show.
Thank you for your attention,
From the phone call of Dr. Levi, Francesco Celani has misunderstood what he said about the measurements of the pressure. The measurement was instead a flow rate of 11/s. The experiment on e-cat home of the University of Bologna can do whatever they want, under the protocols shared with industry experts and allow Levi to learn more about the principles underlying this experiment.
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