Giorgio wrote:paperburn1 wrote:But I just got the impression that parallel just implied we cannot do a water-based calorimetry test on a device that its designed purpose is to heat water????????? SNAKES!!!
Rossi and parallel don't get bothered by such puny details.
August 30th, 2015 at 1:35 PM
3) What kind of measurement instrumentation would you use when testing a new device? Do you use thermocouples, IR cameras, power analyzers?
August 30th, 2015 at 5:00 PM
3- it depends; the efficiency of a plant in operation in the factory of a Customer, obviously, is measured by calorimetry, because Customers want heat for their production and they measure the heat they get at their point of utilization: they are not at all interested to the science, they want heat at a price lower than with alternative systems; for a laboratory experiment IR measurements have the advantage to be direct, not depending from the efficiency of heat exchangers, but, for example, Dr Alexander Parkhomov has replicated my effect measuring by calorimetry; power analyzers are anyway necessary to measure the energy consumed.