Multiple analyses have been published after Rossi’s tests on E-Cat in Bologna, Italy, on 6th of October.
Most of them written by scientists who did not attend the actual experiment and suggest the participants to review and correct their observations and calculations.
Many of the hot debate subjects have been approached in the reviews, such as water loss from the system, heat loss through the insulation, and heat contamination of the water, differences between the input water and the water at the source and the output thermal energy of the E-Cat.
The possibility that the final results to be corrupted by outside heat from the main input.
The heat exchanger first input is considered to have influenced the output temperature by contaminating the water flow. But considering that the second water passed the second outlet and was exiting it through the brass header, the heat infiltration from the main inlet would have to pass through the second outlet in its way to the thermocouple. The flow rate of the secondary outlet was high, so the infiltrated heat would have diluted in the secondary water flow before getting to the thermocouple.
Conclusively, too little of the output error can be blamed on the outside heat contamination, as much of the heat would have diluted on the way, causing a possible error of only minor second order.
Most of the infiltrated heat would have dispersed in the secondary outlet water before influencing the output result, as a simple cross-section of the pipe used can represent it better and make it clear for anyone.
All observers conclude that the experiment could have been amended for more accurate results, but after all, Rossi had no responsibility to demonstrate his E-Cat, and the attendants did not commit to make the results public. All we can do is get the unquestionable data from the results.