A proposed explanation for Bin-Juine Huang's cavitation driven excess heat system

Potential Hydrogen and Oxygen interactions during cavitation

Slides for this presentation can be downloaded from here.

It has been shown that many systems can apparently produce carbon, often when there was none to begin with. This implies some form of either synthesis or transmutation.

At ICCF-22, I asked Bin-Juine Huang (Distinguished Professor of the New Energy Center, Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan), if he had done any elemental shift or damage analysis on the claimed heat producing pipe system, to which he answered no.

The full ICCF-22 presentation can be viewed here:

In the new ICCF-23 presentation (updated slides here), it appears that his team have since conducted ULTR experiments (first proposed on 06 October 2019) with Copper in addition to doing elemental and damage analysis on the copper pipes. The findings appear simple to provide a hypothesis for, which I attempt in the video at the top of this page.

I also discuss for the first time (in detail, as I have given many hints before) the exact reason I believe that Oxygen plays an important role in LENR systems and detail why certain things were added to the MFMPs Parkhomov inspired reaction calculator programmed by Philip Power which can be used freely at nanosoft.co.nz that has implications for other research in this field.

It would be valuable to read and listen to Alexander Parkhomov’s ICCF-23 presentation.