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Xing-Liu Jiang
jiangxl@buaa.edu.cn

Science School, Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Beijing 100083
China

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Jiang, Xing-Liu     (Easy Link: http://www.worldsci.org/people/Xing-Liu_Jiang)

Topics: New_Energy
Interests: Cold Fusion
Nationality: Chinese

Abstracts Online:
1998Channeling Effects and Nuclear Reactions in Electro-Chemical Systems
1999Torsion Field and Tapping the Zero-Point Energy in an Electrochemical System
2003Torsion Field Effect and Zero-Point Energy in Electrical Discharge Systems
2001Vortex Dynamics And Exploiting Energy From The Vacuum
1999Casimir Effect with Vortex Filaments and Quasar Spiral Model

Event Attendence:
2007-06-2513th International Conference on Cold Fusion (ICCF13)Conference
2001-10-26INE Symposium for New EnergyConference
1999-08-011999 Symposium on Low Energy Nuclear Reactions and New EnergyConference
1999-04-29First International Conference on Future EnergyConference
1998-08-01INE Symposium for New EnergyConference


Papers by Xing-Liu Jiang



Channeling Effects and Nuclear Reactions in Electro-Chemical Systems

(1998)

Xing-Liu Jiang
Science School, Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Beijing 100083, China; jiangxl@buaa.edu.cn
Journal of New Energy, Volume 2, No. 2-3, pp. 94-92

1998, INE Symposium for New Energy, United States
Keywords: Channeling Effects, Nuclear Reactions, Electro-Chemical Systems

Lookup: nuclear reactions (4), nuclear (46), chemical (3), systems (10), reactions (12), electro (2), effects (10)




Torsion Field and Tapping the Zero-Point Energy in an Electrochemical System

(1999)

Xing-Liu Jiang
Science School, Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Beijing 100083, China; jiangxl@buaa.edu.cn
Journal of New Energy, Volume 4, pp. 93-95

1999, 1999 Symposium on Low Energy Nuclear Reactions and New Energy, United States
Keywords: Torsion Field, Zero-Point Energy, ZPE, Electrochemical System

Lookup: zero point energy (9), zpe (29), torsion field (3), field (99), energy (303), point (20), zero (16), system (2), electrochemical (2), torsion (9)




Torsion Field Effect and Zero-Point Energy in Electrical Discharge Systems

(2003)

Xing-Liu Jiang
Science School, Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Beijing 100083, China; jiangxl@buaa.edu.cn
Li-Jun Han
Department of Materials Science, Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Beijing 100083, China


Journal of Theoretics, Volume 5-6, (6 pages)
Keywords: Torsion Field, Zero-Point Energy, ZPE, Discharge

Lookup: zero point energy (9), discharge (8), zpe (29), torsion field (3), field (99), energy (303), point (20), zero (16), torsion (9)

Abstract:

Highly localized nuclear activation in electrochemical systems and other electrical discharge processes have been observed by many laboratories in world. There is an attempt to explain such anomalous phenomena by using torsion field theory and axion model in this report. Anisotopic behaviours of radiation products, burst charaster, "heat after death" of excess energy release in electrical discharge systems are considered to be interpreted by the torsion coherence of vortex dynamics with the zero-point energy induced by localized intense field emission of micro-protrusion of the cathode, and the dynamic Casimir effect of transient evolution of triple region of gas, liquid solution, and electrode protrusion. Axion model and Primakoff effect are proposed for explanation of nuclear transmutation without noticeable gamma radiation. Nuclear products with high concentration, unidentified tracks with highly collimated lines of low energy nuclear reactions in the electrochemical systems were recorded by CR-39 solid detectors and photo-films, and localized spots with chemical alterations were observed at our laboratory. It is suggested to carry out intensive study of vortex dynamic for explaining the anomalous in wide area of nature and laboratories. Analysis of vortex dynamics with wide range from pitting corrosion of electrochemical system, laboratory plasma, tornado, to quasar spiral model with extremely high energy cosmic rays in the center region, leads to a conclusion for that vortex dynamics creates torsion fields responding to the anomalous effects.




Vortex Dynamics And Exploiting Energy From The Vacuum

(2001)

Xing-Liu Jiang
Science School, Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Beijing 100083, China; jiangxl@buaa.edu.cn
Jin-Zhi Lei
Science School, Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Beijing 100083, China
Li-Jun Han
Department of Materials Science, Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Beijing 100083, China

2001, INE Symposium for New Energy, Salt Lake City, UT, United States
Keywords: Vortex Dynamics, New Energy, Vacuum

Lookup: new energy (112), vacuum (39), new (119), energy (303), dynamics (8), vortex (20)




Casimir Effect with Vortex Filaments and Quasar Spiral Model

(1999)

Xing-Liu Jiang
Science School, Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Beijing 100083, China; jiangxl@buaa.edu.cn
Jin-Zhi Lei
Science School, Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Beijing 100083, China
Li-Jun Han
Department of Materials Science, Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Beijing 100083, China

Future Energy: Proceedings of the First International Conference on Future Energy , pp. 115-125


1999, First International Conference on Future Energy, Washington, DC, United States
Keywords: Electrochemical, Casimir effect, and zero-point energy

Lookup: electrochemical (2), casimir effect (3), energy (303), effect (63), point (20), zero (16), casimir (3)

Abstract:

Studies of the behavior of the electrochemical double layer in an electrolysis cell reveals the existence of a nonstationary Casimir effect due to energy concentration at the tip or protrusions. Pitting and protrusions formed by electrochemical activity evidently provides the means for such effects. A model based on the lightning-cloud-to-land model is proposed to explain the transient process on eletrode protrusion [1]. This paper strives to explain the release of excess heat of electrolysis (the so-called COLD NUCLEAR FUSION) by the dynamic Casimir effect produced by a coupling effect of gas bubble cavities with moving boundaries [2], the torsion coherence of vortex rings, and the spiral structures on the tips of electrode protrusions with zero-point energy. Nuclear active sites with highly directed beams or rays of radiation emanating from radioactive isotopes have been recorded on black & white film from the tips of electrodes by Autoradiography. Considering the scale invariance of phenomena in nature, a quasar model with spiral galaxy structure and extremely high-energy cosmic rays from the center of the vortex spiral [3] is suggested to describe the generation of energetic particles which cause nuclear reactions along the crystal-lattice channels in the electrode metals.

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