Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Wednesday, September 26, 2012 1:08 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Results for relativistic tunneling, mass dependence
Many thanks again to co author of UFT228, Dr. Horst Eckardt. These are very useful results again. In Section 3 of UFT228, these very useful graphics and incisive discussions can be written up by co authors Horst Eckardt and Douglas Lindstrom. As usual I will write up Sections 1 and 2. For this blog readership the background notes ought to be considered as complementing the finished paper, giving a great deal more detail. Each paper has up to a dozen or so accompanying notes. The notes search for a definite theme for the paper, i. e. search for new and original ideas. The paper is the finished work. With staff and funding in a central laboratory, and with supercomputer support, these results could be rapidly developed. Cornell Theory Center was a model for a department revolving around supercomputers and clusters, in that case IBM supercomputers of that era. Computational quantum physics code has been very highly developed into code libraries for supercomputers and other computers, and specialists could attack the LENR problem from this point of view of quantum tunnelling to find the optimal conditions under which LENR occurs. The extra input given by ECE is the possibility of energy being transferred from spacetime. UFT228 discusses the fundamental theory of quantum tunnelling, which can be augmented in the next paper by spacetime input. Conventional quantum tunnelling alone does not seem to be sufficient to produce fusion because of the mass dependence. There must be some extra source of energy, and in ECE theory, that comes from spacetime.
In a message dated 26/09/2012 00:38:12 GMT Daylight Time, writes:
This is the mass dependence for the ee tunneling. The three curves are for nonrelativistic to ultrarelativistic electrons (v/c=0 to 0.99). The higher v/c, the smaller the mass required for maximizing T. The m scale is in units of electron masses.
If the included Figure cannot be seen, I can resend it as an attachment.
Horst
Am 25.09.2012 20:30, schrieb EMyrone
These are important results from Dr Horst Eckardt, they show that the slower the incoming particle the more the tunnelling – so it seems that this is strong evidence for low energy nuclear reaction. The high energies needed for relativistic effects inhibit the quantum tunelling and fusion. I used google keywords “quantum tunnelling of atoms” to find that there is a complete dissertation on the net on the subject of atomic quantum tunnelling. I suggest a plot of T against m from the standard equation for transmission, eq. (10) of note 228(12) without relativistic effects, keeping everything constant except m. Looks as if UFT228 will be a good paper.

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