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Publication numberUS20130019855 A1
Publication typeApplication
Application numberUS 13/113,036
Publication dateJan 24, 2013
Filing dateJul 18, 2011
Priority dateJul 18, 2011
Publication number113036, 13113036, US 2013/0019855 A1, US 2013/019855 A1, US 20130019855 A1, US 20130019855A1, US 2013019855 A1, US 2013019855A1, US-A1-20130019855, US-A1-2013019855, US2013/0019855A1, US2013/019855A1, US20130019855 A1, US20130019855A1, US2013019855 A1, US2013019855A1
InventorsArchie Lou Tengzelius
Original AssigneeArchie Lou Tengzelius
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Exothermic fusion
US 20130019855 A1
Abstract
This discovery describes a new process to produce thermal energy through mass conversion under mild conditions by using hydride containing materials to be activated in the presence of group 10 and 11 elements causing nuclear fusion followed by disassociation of the unstable result yielding stable products and thermal energy.
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Claims(6)
1. A method for carrying out an isothermal reaction by mixing magnesium hydride, copper hydride, lithium borohydride and nickel hydride powders and placing said mixture in a steel cavity capable of being tightly sealed. A self sustained exothermic reaction is initiated by placing said aforementioned module or multiples thereof into an environment which can be heated such as a closed pressure vessel containing water and applying external thermal energy only sufficient to raise the temperature to 200 Celsius, after which time steam can be released through a pressure relief valve and feed water added to maintain a constant level in the said vessel.
2. A method of controlling the reaction rate as described in claim 1. by adjusting the temperature within the containment vessel after initiation.
3. A method for carrying out an isothermal reaction by mixing finely divided magnesium hydride, copper and lithium borohydride and placing said mixture in a steel cavity capable of being tightly sealed. A self sustained exothermic reaction is initiated by placing said aforementioned module or multiples thereof into an environment which can be heated such as a closed pressure vessel containing water and applying external thermal energy only sufficient to raise the temperature to 200 Celsius, after which time steam can be released through a pressure relief valve and feed water added to maintain a constant level in the said vessel or an open vessel containing a heat transfer fluid and applying sufficient thermal energy to raise its temperature until a self sustained isothermal reaction initiates and withdrawing sufficient thermal energy from said fluid to control the reaction rate.
4. A method for carrying out an isothermal reaction as described in claim 3 whereby finely divided nickel, raney nickel or nickel hydride is substituted for copper.
5. A method for carrying out an isothermal reaction as described in previous claims whereby finely divided boron, boron nitride or boron carbide is substituted for lithium borohydride.
6. A method for carrying out an isothermal reaction as described in previous claims whereby solid constituents are suspended in a heat transfer fluid inert to the substances contained therein and the reaction conditions.
Description
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

This invention relates to a process to produce thermal energy by fusion of protons orbited by two electrons, also referred to as hydride ions with a nickel or copper nuclei followed by disintegration of the resulting unstable nucleus resulting in heat energy and products whose total mass is predicted to be diminished by current theories of Physics.

DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

This invention relates to the discovery that hydride ions contained in finely divided magnesium hydride prepared under dry inert conditions are activated by heating in the presence of certain finely divided nickel or copper nuclei causing fusion into unstable products. Said products subsequently disintegrate into stable species with all gamma rays absorbed by the presence of inert forms of boron present in the reaction mixture.

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Reference
1 *Various Authors; A Cold Fusion Reference Library.
Classifications
U.S. Classification126/263.01
International ClassificationF24J3/00
Cooperative ClassificationF24J1/00, G21B3/002