There was the Celani paper. Celani had the live demonstration generating about 20 some watts for a few days.
Biberian (6 pages) reviews the work that he has done on cold fusion. He has gotten as much as a COP (coefficient of performance) of 1.5 with 200 watts in an 300 watts out.
Theoretical Analysis of Chemically
Assisted Nuclear Reactions (CANR) in Nanoparticles by Mizuno et al (41 pages)
* We have confirmed the neutron generation in both case of water decomposition on the metal oxide and hydrogen absorption process in the metal particle.
* The rate of neutron emission was depended on the deuterium concentration.
* If it can be assumed that the neutron generation is depended on the deuterium, the reaction cross section σ was estimated as 10^-16 ～10^-10/d-d･s.
* We have observed the gamma emission in the case of strong neutron emission have occurred.
* We have also confirmed the heat generation that was corresponded with the intensity of the radiation emission
Dash has slides on the effects of recrystallization. He is making cold fusion work with light water.
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