Vol. 13, no.1, 2021


LENR as a manifestation of weak nuclear interactions. New approach to creating LENR reactors

Alexander G. Parkhomov

R&D laboratory K.I.T., https://reabiz.ru/
Moscow 121108, Russian Federation
E-mail: alexparh@mail.ru
Roman V. Karabanov
Research center SYNTHESTECH, https://synthesit.ru/
Sochi 354002, Russian Federation
E-mail: info@synthestech.com

Received February 06, 2021, peer-reviewed February 19, 2021, accepted February 26, 2021

Abstract: Hypothesis is suggested about the generation of neutrino-antineutrino pairs in collisions of particles of matter at temperatures of several thousand degrees. Particularly intense generation should occur in metals and dense plasma. Resulting neutrinos and antineutrinos can excite exothermic nuclear reactions in the surrounding matter. A number of experiments were carried out that confirmed the energy release predicted by the hypothesis in a substance near a metal heated to a high temperature. The source of the neutrino-antineutrino (hot metal or dense plasma) can be separated from the "fuel " - the substance where nuclear transformations occur. This opens up the possibility for designing highly efficient LENR reactors. Several reactors based on this approach have been tested. In all reactors, at a sufficiently high temperature of the metal core, heat was detected in excess of the electricity consumed. A number of experiments indicate that the participation of hydrogen in nuclear transmutations is optional.

Keywords: hot metals, dense plasma, neutrino, collisions, nuclear transmutations, LENR, incandescent lamps, LED, calorimetry

UDC 53.043

RENSIT, 2021, 13(1):45-58. DOI: 10.17725/rensit.2021.13.045.

Full-text electronic version of this article - web site http://en.rensit.ru/vypuski/article/372/13(1)45-58e.pdf