Archive for September, 2012

Low Energy Nuclear Reactors for Industry and Every Home

Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Thursday, September 27, 2012 12:14 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Low Energy Nuclear Reactors for Industry and Every Home

This is great news and many thanks! I think that we have found the mechanism independently and UFT226 has been read 556 times this Spetember, UFT227 179 times, and UFT228 Sections 1 and 2 has just been posted. Horst and Doug are working on Section 3 as you know. There is overwhelming interest in LENR on this blog. I hope that these reactors will get rid of wind turbines as quickly as possible.

In a message dated 26/09/2012 23:23:09 GMT Daylight Time writes:

Dr. Evans…hope you (all) are well. Here is another potentially interesting LENR commercial venture named Brillouin Energy Corporation: http://brillouinenergy.com/?page=history. They have just signed a development agreement with Stanford Research Institute from where one of their scientists came.

When you mentioned in this current note the Wentzel / Kramers / Brillouin approximate solution of the Schroedinger equation, the name association clicked. This company is further claiming that they will be early to market based on an “understanding of the underlying theory,” an intriguing comment given your reference here.

Very best,

Steve Bannister
University of Utah

On 9/26/2012 6:50 AM, EMyrone wrote:

In this case the transmission coefficient of the standard theory is eq. (23) or eq. (26). This is the Gamov theory at its simplest. So computer algebra can be applied now by co authors of UFT229, Horst Eckardt and Douglas Lindstrom, to determine whether tunnelling through the Coulomb barrier is ever possible This means checking the derivation of eq. (23) and evaluating it by computer algebra. By inspection of eq. (23) tunnelling seems possible when:
a >> x

i.e.

V >> E

when x sub 1 reduces to

x sub 1 ~ 8.33 x 10 power 6 root ((Z sub 1 Z sub 2) a)

so for small a or low E, T becomes enough for low energy nuclear fusion. This theory is described in Merzbacher pp. 126 ff. and uses the well known Wentzel / Kramers / Brillouin approximate solution of the Schroedinger equation for any barrier as shown in Fig. (1). This theory already gives the gist of LENR, and can be made much more sophisticated. The fine structure constant enters into the theory, which gives a clue as to how the ECE vacuum may affect the process, i.e. how energy from spacetime may enter the calculation in the simplest way as in UFT85 for the Lamb shift.

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Daily Report 26/9/12

Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Wednesday, September 26, 2012 11:25 PM
Author: metric345
Subject: Daily Report 26/9/12

There were 2,952 hits from 630 distinct visits each of n real visits, 20.5% spiders from baiudu, google, MSN and yandex. CEFE38, FPL24, CEFEL13, LMEP8. Institute of Mathematics, Statistics and Scientific Computation State University of Campinas Brazil UFT142; Department of Physics Laurentian University Canada UFT25; Technical University Colombia Felker14 (Sp); University of Colorado UFT80; Florida International University Proof 5; Louisiana State University Essay48, UFT122; Mathematics Ohio State University UFT110; Physics University of Idaho UFT176; University of Poitiers general; Science Institute University of Iceland Proofs of ECE Theory, publications, AIAS staff ; Mohawk Regional Information Center, Verona, New York State UNCC Saga Part 4; King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Thailand infinite solenoid; National Tsing Hua University Taiwan UFT177; City of Tillamook Oregon UFT4. Intense interest all sectors, attached uage file updated daily. UFT226 read 556 times, UFT227 read 227 times in September.

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Erratum Note 229(2)

Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Wednesday, September 26, 2012 11:05 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Erratum Note 229(2)

Multiply eq. (5) by – 2, this makes no difference to the order of magnitude of the result.

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229(1): LENR, Quantum Tunnelling through the Coulomb Barrier

Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Wednesday, September 26, 2012 6:53 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: 229(1): LENR, Quantum Tunnelling through the Coulomb Barrier

In this case the transmission coefficient of the standard theory is eq. (23) or eq. (26). This is the Gamov theory at its simplest. So computer algebra can be applied now by co authors of UFT229, Horst Eckardt and Douglas Lindstrom, to determine whether tunnelling through the Coulomb barrier is ever possible This means checking the derivation of eq. (23) and evaluating it by computer algebra. By inspection of eq. (23) tunnelling seems possible when:
a >> x

i.e.

V >> E

when x sub 1 reduces to

x sub 1 ~ 8.33 x 10 power 6 root ((Z sub 1 Z sub 2) a)

so for small a or low E, T becomes enough for low energy nuclear fusion. This theory is described in Merzbacher pp. 126 ff. and uses the well known Wentzel / Kramers / Brillouin approximate solution of the Schroedinger equation for any barrier as shown in Fig. (1). This theory already gives the gist of LENR, and can be made much more sophisticated. The fine structure constant enters into the theory, which gives a clue as to how the ECE vacuum may affect the process, i.e. how energy from spacetime may enter the calculation in the simplest way as in UFT85 for the Lamb shift.

a229thpapernotes1.pdf

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Two Particle Scattering Models

Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Wednesday, September 26, 2012 3:46 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Two Particle Scattering Models

This is an interesting idea, there is also the propagator method of S matrix theory. I have just sent over UFT228 and posted it on the blog, alongside its twelve background notes.

In a message dated 26/09/2012 09:16:09 GMT Daylight Time, writes:

Doug, The problem is that the model contains only one particle and a barrier. The “target particle” is only described by the barrier but not by its mass. The radius of the nucleus grows only slightly with the nucleon number so there is no real target dependence. It would proabably better to find a combination of particle tunneling with the new ECE scattering methodology.

Horst

Sent: Wed, Sep 26, 2012 2:39 am
Subject: Re: Fwd: Transmission plots, E dependence

I believe so. I will do it tomorrow.

Would it worthwhile to solve

Nia + p→Cu a+1 + MeV

or

2 6C12 + 2 8O16 →→26Fe56

or something similar with the model.

Doug

:

Doug, your picture looks good. For the paper it would be helpful to add an axis description (letters T, a, E). Can you add this to Mathematica?

Horst

Am EMyrone

These are excellent graphics from co author Dr Douglas Lindstrom to add to those by co author Dr Horst Eckardt. It would be most important to use these graphics to find the optimal m, a, V sub 0 and E for maximum transmission in the non relativistic limit. It is important to find the condiutions under which an atomic mass can quantum tunnel optimally (T goes to one). The important finding is that relativistic velocities inhbit quantum tunnelling. It is known that atoms can quantum tunnel from the dissertation just quoted.

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FOR POSTING : Background Notes for UFT228

Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Wednesday, September 26, 2012 3:38 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: FOR POSTING : Background Notes for UFT228

These are the background notes for UFT228, which are being sent to Dave Burleigh for posting on www.aias.us and on this blog.

a228thpapernotes1.pdf

a228thpapernotes10.pdf

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a228thpapernotes3.pdf

a228thpapernotes4.pdf

a228thpapernotes5.pdf

a228thpapernotes6.pdf

a228thpapernotes7.pdf

a228thpapernotes8.pdf

a228thpapernotes9.pdf

a288thpapernotes2.pdf

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FOR POSTING : UFT228 Sections 1 and 2

Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Wednesday, September 26, 2012 3:33 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: FOR POSTING : UFT228 Sections 1 and 2

This is the pdf and rtf file for UFT228, Sections 1 and 2. The final form of the equation for the relativistic transmission coefficient is eq. (41), with k and kappa defined as in eqs. (44) and (45). So the graphs in Section 3 should be based on these equations, which reduce to the usual result in the non relativistic limit.

a228thpaper.pdf

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