Here are the analyses
of the latest E-cat test

The heat exchanger from Swedish SWEP that was used in the test to transfer heat from the steam in the primary circuit (ports pointing up right, away from the camera) to the water flow in the secondary circuit (ports pointing down left, facing the camera). Foto: Mats Lewan
The heat exchanger connected to the E-cat in the background, and with yellow hoses atteched for the water flow in the secondary circuit. Foto: Mats Lewan
To the left the blue control unit, up to the right the E-cat, and in front the heat exchanger. The four red pumps down at the left were not used. Foto: Mats Lewan
After the test the insulation was removed from the heat exchanger to show where the thermo couples for measuring the water temperature had been positioned. Foto: Mats Lewan
The thermo couple was taped against the steel nut at the outflow of the water in the secondary circuit. On this picture the tape had already been removed. Foto: Mats Lewan
Tha brass manifold that was attached to the heatexchanger. Hot steam entered at the upper right in the picture, and warm water was output at the lower left. The two holes in the middle led to the heat exchanger. It has been discussed whether significant heat from the steam could have been transferred through the metal to the steel nut where the thermo couple was positioned. Foto: Mats Lewan
Here's where the thermo couple at the cold side of the secondary circuit was attached to measure the temperature of the water flow at the inlet. Foto: Mats Lewan
After the test the E-cat casing was opened. Inside you could see a heat exchanger. Hidden behind the flanges there was supposedly a 5 cm lead shielding enclosing the flat reactor unit with three reactor chambers, out of which only one was activated at the test. Foto: Mats Lewan
The opened E-cat casing from above. Foto: Mats Lewan
The instruments measuring overall voltage and current. In this picture all electricity was cut off during a 10 minute self sustained mode. The black cable was for the computer. Foto: Mats Lewan
Overall current and voltage with the heating resistor switched on during start up at 11:53. The current is 8.03 A. Foto: Mats Lewan
The flow meter measuring the water flow at the inlet of the secondary circuit of the heat exchanger. Foto: Mats Lewan
A clamp amperemeter measuring the current through the cable leading from the blue control box to the heating resistor in the E-cat. At this moment the current was zero (except for measuring error) during self sustained mode. Foto: Mats Lewan
Display of the temperature at inlet and outlet of the water flow in the secondary circuit of the heat exchanger, measured by the two thermo couples. Foto: Mats Lewan

(Updated). Three extensive analyses have been made of data from the test of Andrea Rossi’s E-cat on October 6. Two point to a clearly anomalous heat production, while the third leaves the question open.

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(Swedish version here).

Interest in the latest test of Andrea Rossi’s energy catalyzer has exceeded that in any previous test. The result has been discussed intensely internationally. Does Rossi’s apparatus generate net energy. If so, how much.

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