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Over the past few months, Suhas Ralkar, the inventor of the ECCO "free energy" reactor has been working with his team and the MFMP, to further a collective understanding of what he may have. Suhas continues to impress us with his openness and we extend our gratitude to him for this kindness.

The purpose of this article is to inform the reader, that the ECCO inventor has spent several weeks preparing fresh fuels, then he has run them in his reactor, all with the aim of the MFMP testing their before and after state. Suhas' work has now concluded and below we detail several packages we hope to receive, should the postal services keep their commitments to deliver.

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Corner of postal receipt showing date of postage on the the same days Indian daily newspaper

In case they don't get to us, Suhas wisely sent small samples and held the bulk back - so, if the worst happens, we can pick up samples when there.

Envelope one - Raw materials

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Figure 1: Contents of envelope one, the raw materials set

#
Powder contentsUse in ECCO
1
Titanium powderUsed in varying quantities as a component in the fuel
2
Carbon blackReportedly increased excess heat observed when used in fuel
3
Nickel SulphateMixed with de-ionised water to form the electro deposition solution used to make electrode foil / fuel mobility barrier in reactor
4
NickelUsed in varying quantities as a component in the fuel

Fuels

There are two types of fuel Suhas produced and ran, both of which contain 60% Titanium + 5% Carbon black + 5% Potassium Carbonate + 10% Lithium Hydroxide

In addition, during processing:

  • "1x" fuel has 10% Nickel + 10 % Molybdenum
  • "final" fuel has 20% Nickel

Fuel starting powder components

Fuel component
C
LiOH
K2CO3
Ti
Ni
Mo
Size range in microns
5
50-60
50-60
80-100
40
30
Notes
++
++

++ absorbs moisture and becomes like soft stone

Fuel preparation procedure for these tests

Phase% by weight of fuel component(s) added
Ultrasonic time (h)
Total
A
60% Titanium + 3% Nickel
60-70
63%
B
17% Nickel or 10% Molybdenum + 7% Nickel
40-50
80%
C
5% Carbon
30
85%
D
5% Potassium Carbonate
20
90%
E
10% Lithium Hydroxide
30
100%

Phase F: After ultrasonic treatment in water, the fuel is dried, then washed in acetone, pyrolysed and ultrasonically sieved, 80% does not make the size grading process that selects for particles under 5um

Phase G: 10% of TiH2 is added by weight of fuel to the powder that is used as a charge for the reactor cores. That is to say 10% of TiH2 is added to 90% processed fuel as produced in phase A-E.

NOTE 1: No Phase F (pyrolysing and size grading) was performed, including before being added to the reactor, during this fuel preparation and active run, as the relevant equipment was on test loan out to another company, working in a different field.

NOTE 2: Both ‘1’ and ‘final’ fuels absorbed and retained more moisture when exposed to the atmosphere than in previous batches. This was particularly true of the ‘final’ fuel type, which presents as a solid/slurry. It is believed this is due to the K2CO3 hydrophilic nature.

NOTE 3: TiH2 was not added to the fuel sent for analysis for safety reasons.

NOTE 4: Previously, Al was added as a getter for excess gasses, however, carbon performs that function now

Testing for activity

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Figure 2: Test of core and fuel

Envelope two

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Figure 3: Contents of envelope two ( halfrounded = anode, pointed = cathode )

#
Fuel used
Place extracted from in ECCO reactor
1
1x
1x2 ash coarse near centre of core 2
2
1x
1x1 ash coarse near half-rounded electrode of core 1
3
1x
1x4 ash coarse near pointed electrode of core 4
4
1x
1x4 ash near centre of core 4

Envelope three

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Figure 4: Contents of envelope three

Fuel 1x1 and final processed in two batches ( 1st batch & 2nd batch ) after 100 hours

#
Fuel used
Description
1
final
1st batch
2
final
2nd batch
3
1x1
2nd batch
4
final
2x1 ash

Envelope four

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Figure 5: Contents of envelope four ( halfrounded = anode, pointed = cathode )

#
Fuel used
Description
1
final
2x1_ ash near rounded electrode (1_ here is first of 4 reactors)
1
final
2x4_ ash near pointed electrode (4_ here is fourth of 4 reactors)
1
1x1
first batch
1
final
2x4_ ash near centre (4_ here is fourth of 4 reactors)
1
-
Moly powder
1
1x1
ash final near centre
1
1x1
broken reactor silica tube piece with little ash

Process when samples are received

  • As soon as the samples are received, they will be placed on a Radiographic plate, perhaps with some metal masking and a positional reference photo taken, to see if these freshly produced fuels and ash leave any signatures on the negatives. They may be left like this for several days. (NOTE: It is unexpected, since LENR processes tend to produce stable isotopes, even converting active isotopes to stable ones. With cavitation in the ECCO fuel processor, LENR processes may be occurring.)
  • They will be then tested for magnetic properties, first with a smart phone magnetometer and then a neodymium magnet.
  • After this, sessions will be arranged for various analytic testing, first of which will be SEM/EDX.

If anyone out there with access to the right tools would also like to test samples, please could they comment below and we will try to arrange onward shipping.


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