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Ukranian inventor, Profesor Bolotov. has developed a cold fusion system that utilizes the transmutation of zirconium (in the form of zirconium oxide) into other elements to produce energy. He claims that with one version of his system, sixty watts of input could result in twenty kilowatts of output.

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March 30, 2011

PESN breaks a story about this technology, bringing it to public awareness.

March 25, 2011

A demonstration of this technology was held on March 25, 2011. It was witnessed by Prof. Pawlak Halina-Kruczek of the University of Technology and Dr. Hanna Bartoszewicz-grumbles of the Institute of Power Engineering, Warsaw. In the demo the cold fusion reactor (the size of a table top) was pulsed with a nanosecond pulse generator. These pulses of electricity went into the cell which is filled with a "liquid metal." This produced a certain kind of electrical arc in the liquid metal which fills the cell. In this demonstration one hundred watts of input produced three hundred watts of pure electrical output plus heat. The inventor claims it seemed both observers were satisfied.

How it Works

The cold fusion reactor (the size of a table top) is pulsed with a nanosecond pulse generator. These pulses of electricity go into the cell which is filled with a "liquid metal." This produces a certain kind of electrical arc in the liquid metal which fills the cell. The result is electricity and heat.

Costs

A license for the technology costs 15 million euro.

A device capable of 200 kW of output would cost ten thousand euro to build.

Advantages

This technology transmutes zirconium oxide into iridium and palladium to produce energy. Zirconium is relatively inexpensive (not as cheap as nickel).

Applications

Energy production in the forms of heat and electricity.

Patents

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Profiles

Inventor: Profesor Bolotov

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Engineer: Waldemar Mordkovitch

On March 30, 2011, the following comment was posted:

Waldemar Mordkovitch is an engineer, constructor and spokeperson; but the real inventor is Profesor Bolotov.

Mordkovich is writing in Polish, he is Polish, but the device is in Ukraine and he is now in Ukraine. He doesn't work in any university, and presentation took place few days ago so scientists don't know this. Maybe they know Bolotov ? Early works on this item started in 1960s or 70s(if I'm not wrong) but Soviet Patent Office as well as Soviet Science Academy didn't want to admit that anything of that kind could exist.

They put forth the theory of an atom based on existence of new particle called "electrino" http://www.electrino.pl/2.3.html

Here is another of Bolotov's patents, and a book in 9 parts (in Russian).

More info about it here.

In the News

  • Featured: Nuclear > Cold Fusion > Mordkovitch >
    Zirconium Flavored Cold Fusion from the Ukraine - Ukranian inventor, Professor Bolotov, has developed a cold fusion reactor based on the transmutation of Zirconium to other elements. He claims a system could have an input of 5 kW and an output of 200 kW. This is from a system that only costs 10,000 euro to build. It was demonstrated for academic review on March 25. (PESN; March 30, 2011)

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