CFRL English News No. 44             (2002. 11. 20)

Cold Fusion Research Laboratory (Japan) Dr. Hideo Kozima, Director

                            E-mail address; cf-lab.kozima@pdx.edu

Website;http://web.pdx.edu/~pdx00210

(Back numbers of this News are posted on the above Website)

 

   This is the CFRL News (in English) No. 44 for Cold Fusion researchers published by Dr. H. Kozima, now at the Physics Department and Low Energy Nuclear Laboratory, Portland State University, Oregon, USA.

   CFP (Cold Fusion Phenomenon) stands for gnuclear reactions and accompanying events occurring in solids with high densities of hydrogen isotopes (H and/or D) in ambient radiation.h

This issue contains following item:

1) ANS Conference (June 1 – 5, 2003, San Diego) will have Cold Fusion Phenomenon Session (Call for papers)

2) Following Paper is published in JJAP. R.A. Oriani and J.C. Fisher, "Generation of Nuclear Trucks during Electrolysis

3) Program of the RCCNTCE10 (The 10th Russian Conference on Cold Nuclear Transmutations of Chemical Elements and Ball-Lightening)

September 29 - October 6, 2002, Dagomys, Sochi

 

1) ANS Conference (June 1 – 5, 2003, San Diego) will have Low Energy Nuclear Reaction Session (Call for papers)

2003 Annual Meeting of American Nuclear Society (ANS) will be held on June 1 – 5, 2003 at San Diego, CA, USA. Webpages of this meeting (Call for papers) is at

http://www.ans.org/meetings/pdfs/2003/am2003-cfp.pdf

In a Technical Division gIsotope and Radiation,h they will have a session on gLow-Energy Nuclear Reactions.h Deadline of submission of summaries is Jan. 17, 2003.

Please notice this date if you want to join this meeting.

American Nuclear Society 2003 Annual Meeting

Date; June 1 – 5, 2003

Place; Town and Country Convention Center, San Diego, California, USA

Session; Track 8: Nonpower Radiation Applications, 8c Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions (in Technical Division – Isotopes and Radiation (IRD))

Program Chairman of IRD is Stephen LaMont at Savannah River Labs to whom we can ask any questions about the session. His mail address is

stephen.lamont@srs.gov .

 

2) Following Paper is published in JJAP. R.A. Oriani and J.C. Fisher, "Generation of Nuclear Trucks during Electrolysis

JCF Mail informed publication of the following paper on Cold Fusion Phenomenon(CFP) or Low Energy Nuclear Reactions in Solids (LENR) in Japanese Journal of Applied Physics (JJAP) published by Japan Society of Applied Physics (JSAP). Website of JSAP (in English) is

http://www.jsap.or.jp/english/index.html

As I noticed in the CFRL News No. 38, only a few Journals published by Scientific Organizations in the world accept recently CFP as a branch of science. It is interesting to notice that Japan Society of Applied Physics together with Italian Physical Society, Russian Physical Society and American Nuclear Society opens its gate for a new science of solid state-nuclear physics.

R.A. Oriani and J.C. Fisher, "Generation of Nuclear Trucks during Electrolysis."@ Jpn. J. Appl. Phys., Vol.41 (2002) pp.6180-6183.

 

3) Program of the RCCNTCE10 (The 10th Russian Conference on Cold Nuclear Transmutations of Chemical Elements and Ball-Lightening)

   Program of the above Conference was sent us from Irina Savvatimova. Following is the part of it closely related with CFP selected by H. Kozima. Full program is posted in my Website at CFRL News No.44.

http://web.pdx.edu/~pdx00210/News/NewsPrefaces/RCCNTCE10.htm

 

Sunday, September 29

Arrival and registration of participants              10:00 - 17:00

 Welcome reception at the Conference hall           17:00 - 19:00

                                                             

Monday, September 30

Opening of the Conference, greetings

10:00

Session 1                     10:00 - 12:00

Chair: Bazhutov Yu.N.

Presentations

1. Bazhutov Yu.N., gRussian Scientists in Cold Fusion during 13 years of it's Existence (following the proceedings of the conferences)h

3. Savvatimova I.D., John Dash, Steven Franz, hIncreasing Intensity of Disintegration Process during irradiation of Uranium with Isotopes of Hydrogen in Glow Discharge Plasmah

4. Kuznetsov V.D., gSome Considerations on the Experimental Observation of Cold Transmutation of Chemical Elements and Irradiation of Particles with Magnetic Chargeh

 

Session 2                       15:00 - 17:00

Chair: Bychkov V.L.

Presentations:

 

Tuesday, October 1

Session 3                    10:00 - 12:00

Chair: Romodanov V.A.

Presentations:

9. Goryachev I.V., Yang Hyunik, Karyaka V.I., Lyakhovets V.D., Samsonenko N.V., Schepilov V.D., Kholodov L.I., hExperimental Study of Peculiarities of Electric Explosion of the Conductorsh

10. Kholodov L.I., gPreliminary Considerations about Pulse of Force in Urutskoev's Group Experimenth

11. Shadrin V.N., gAbout Possible Mechanisms of Cold Nuclear Transmutationh

12. Kazyonov G.F., Eremeev A.V., Nikitenko L.K., Ponomaryov V.M., gExperiments on Registration of Abnormal Heat Output in Heavy Water Electrolysish

 

Session 4                     15:00 - 17:00

Chair: Klimov A.I.

Presentations:

16. Vlasov A.N., gPossible Electron Catalyzed Fusion in the Stabilized Heterogeneous Plasma with a Cold External Layerh

 

Wednesday, October 2

Session 5                        10:00 - 12:00

Chair: Goryachev I.V.

Presentations:

17. Vysotski V.I., Kornilova A.A., Samoylenko I.I., A.Zykov G.A., gExperimental Investigation of Catalytic Influence of Cesium on the Effectiveness of Nuclear Transmutation of Intermediate and Heavy Mass Isotopes in Growing Biological Culturesh

18. Kornilova A.A., Samoylenko I.I., Zykov G.A., gStudy of Different Influence of Sr, Cl and S on the Effectiveness of Nuclear Transmutation of Fe-54 Isotope in Growing Biological Culturesh

19. Romodanov V.F., gOptimization of the Parameters of Interaction of Hydrogen Isotopes with Metals for Excess Heat Generationh

20. Romodanov V.A., Skuratnik Ya.B., gThe Possibility of Tritium Generation in Metal-Hydrogen Systemsh

 

Session 6                     15:00 - 17:00

Chair: Nikitin A.I.

Presentations:

 

Thursday, October 3

Session 7                    10:00 - 12:00

Chair: Savvatimova I.B.

Presentations:

24. Chernov I.P., Turin Yu.I., gExcitation of Hydrogen Subsystem in Metals and Alloys by Ionizing Radiationh

26 Velikhodny V.Yu., Grishin V.G., gExperimental Investigation of Functioning of Vortex Heaters with Carried-out Contourh

27. Velikhodny V.Yu., Bityurin V.A., gPower Plant on the Basis of Clusters Synthesish

28. Bazhutov Yu.N., Grishin V.G., Nosov V.N., gElectrolysis with Gas Discharge at the Anode.h

 

Session 8                      15:00 - 17:00

Chair: Samsonenko N.V.

Presentations:

29. Rodionov B.U., gFire from a Ball Lightningh

30. Rodionov B.U., gAtoms on Strings of Dark Matter?h

31. Bazhutov Yu.N., gErzion Construction of Magnetic "Rodionov's Fluxes" and Possible Consequences of Their Existence in Natureh

32. Godin S.M., Polyakov L.B., Roschin V.V., gElectric, Magnetic & Radiation Effects Research in Modificated Koldamasov Cell.h

 

Friday, October 4

Session 9               10:00 - 12:00

Chair: Chernov I.P.

Presentations:

 

Session 10                  15:00 - 17:00

Chair: Rodionov B.U.

Presentations:

37. Samsonenko N.V., gCorrect Taking into Account of Magnetic Interaction of Fermions at Low and High Energiesh

38. Samsonenko N.V., gAbout Choosing the Dynamic Changeable Parameters for Description of Quantum Systemsh

39. Kirkinski V.A., Novikov Yu.A., gCalculations of Nuclear Reactions Probability in Crystal Lattice of Titanium Deuterideh

 

Saturday, October 5

Session 11                   10:00 - 12:00

Chair: Bazhutov Yu.N.

Discussion of the participants of the Conference

Final resume of the Chairman

 

Excursion

 

Sunday, October 6

Relaxation

Guest departure