Renè Burri

Renè Burri
Free Academy of Modern Physics, Switzerland. · Modern Physics

Polymath
Lecturer FAMP Academy -- Research projects coordinator @ Laboratories Associates IETCLABORATORIES

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In this paper, a new complex variable defined as “precursive time” able to correlate general relativity (GR) and quantum field theory (QFT) in a single principle was characterized. The thesis was elaborated according to a hypothesis coherent with the “Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity”, making use of a new mathematical-topological variety cal...
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In the last decade, the need to arrive at a Grand Unification Theory (GUT) has become more and more pressing, being able to open a new matter and universe knowledge. However, the difficulty arises from the fact that new particle discovery shall not resolve the conflict between the various main forces; that is the gravitation and quantum-relativisti...
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The new complex variable defined as “precursive time” able to correlate general relativity (GR) and quantum field theory (QFT) in a single principle was characterized. The thesis was elaborated according to a hypothesis coherent with the “Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity”, making use of a new mathematical-topological variety called “time-spa...
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One more 3-days Workshop, series ANV (Assisi Nel Vento), of Multidisciplinary Science (mainly: Energy, Medicine, Geology) was held in Assisi-Italy; part of the Workshop had even arguments related to Philosophy/History/Art/Religion. The reported event was the 8th edition (December 2021). One of the characteristics of such Workshop is that the time s...
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The objective of this workshop was to explore compelling R&D opportunities in Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR), in support of developing metrics for a potential ARPA-E R&D program in LENR.
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• Introduction. a) Sketch of reactor core: coiled constantan coil, with long and thin wire coated by Low Work Function (LWF) materials. Counter-electrode geometry . b) Hybrid glassy-Quartz/Alumina sheath, large surface area, LWF materials coated. c) Richardson equation and plot (i.e. electron emission at low pressures). d) Paschen plot (i.e. gas io...
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This is a presentation held at the Committee on Nuclear Research and Innovative Reactors of the “Order of Engineers of the Province of Rome” on February the 9th 2021. It summarizes the main findings in the field of “Cold Fusion” occurred in the last 31 years with a focus to the research conducted at INFN-LNF. With respect to previous similar presen...
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This is a presentation held at the International LERN Workshop in memory of Dr. Mahadeva Srinivasan, Kanpur-India, on January 22-24, 2021. It is divided in two parts, the first describes a new experimental setup for enhancing LENR phenomena in Constantan wires and it is an extension of what presented already at the Workshop “Assisi Nel Vento 5” (AN...
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[Enriched version of the original presentation] This short presentation introduces an experimental design for the enhancement of the anomalous thermal phenomena (AHE) observed since 2011 in Constantan3 wires exposed to a deuterium or hydrogen atmosphere, and heated by direct current. In fact, the occurrence of AHE requires specific conditions such...
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A) General overview of INFN-LNF experiments using Constantan wires and motivations. Several of key points shown at ICCF22 (September 8-13, 2019, Assisi-Italy), [DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.26669.64485]. B) Experimental evidence of the role of the Deuterium gas flux and electrical excitations, by unbiased collection and analysis of (our) over 80 tests/expe...
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- Historical introduction with some key experiments, worldwide. - Some procedures to get AHE (INFN-LNF expertise). - Explanation of the role of the external FLUX of Hydrogen (and/or their isotopes) to induce “Anomalous Effects”, both thermal and/or nuclear, on specific materials (pure or alloys) properly loaded by Hydrogen itself, at the bulk or in...
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This paper presents a summary and some deeper details about the experiments presented at the 22nd International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science (ICCF22). It reports on the experimental study of LENR phenomena in Constantan (Cu55 Ni44 Mn1) from its inception in 2011 to the most recent experiments. Using an empirical approach we identi...
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Anomalous Heat Effects (AHE) have been observed in wires of Cu55Ni44Mn1 (Constantan) exposed to H2 and D2 in multiple experiments during the last eight years. Improvements in the magnitude and reproducibility of AHE, and improvements in wire preparation and reactor design were reported by the authors in the present and previous papers. The oxidatio...
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Our group has been studying LENR phenomena in Constantan (Cu55 Ni44 Mn1) since 2011. In fact, this alloy captured our attention since it promotes efficiently the dissociation of molecular Deuterium (D2) or Hydrogen (H2) to the atomic state, followed by a remarkable absorption capability. Under certain conditions, this absorption is associated with...
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In 2011, we introduced the use of constantan alloy in LENR, in the form of long and thin wires as a hydrogen dissociation promoter. We disclosed for the first time the reason for the choice of such material at IWAHLM-12 Workshop (2017), hypothesizing it was the initiator of the reaction in Andrea Rossi's experiment. We developed a specific treatmen...
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Anomalous Heat Effects (AHE) have been observed in wires of Cu55Ni44Mn1 (Constantan) exposed to H2 and D2 in multiple experiments along the last 8 years. Improvements in the magnitude and reproducibility of AHE were reported by the Authors of the present work in the past and related to wire preparation and reactor design. In facts, an oxidation of...
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In the frame of LENR field, we introduced in 2011 the use of Constantan alloy (in the form of long and thin wires) as a Hydrogen dissociation promoter. We have disclosed for the first time the reason for the choice of such material at IWAHLM-12 Workshop, hypothesizing it was the initiator of the reaction in Andrea Rossi’s experiment. We developed a...
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Will be shown main steps aimed to identify the key parameters needed to get AHE (Anomalous Heat Effects) at high temperatures (>300°C) during the absorption/storage and flux of Deuterium gas in a specific alloy ( Constantan: Cu55_Ni44_Mn1), thin and long wire shaped, with surface at sub-micrometric dimensionality. Constantan is also coated by Low...
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An unconventional research program has been initiated in 2011 aiming to increase both the magnitude and reproducibility of Anomalous Heat Effects (AHE) in the field of Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR). The program focused on the study of Constantan, an alloy of Nickel and Copper (Cu55Ni44Mn1), instead of metals such as Pd, Ti, Ni that have been...

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The study presents an attempt to make a connection between quantum physics and relativistic theories through the introduction of a new item from the peculiar concept of “precursive time”. In this project goal we pay attention to the interaction between the weak nuclear force theory (EWT) and the nuclear mass of the Standard Model.
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The study has placed at the basis of the research the "hidden variable" that would allow the unification between the General Relativity (GR) to quantum field theory (QFT). The theoretical research was born from the need to identify a scientific hypothesis consistent with the theories and phenomenologies gained, to provide an interpretation of the inexplicability/conflictuality of the current physics.