Cavitation, Zero point & Leclair effect nuclear reactions (LENR) | Mark LeClair/Moray King | GlobalBEM2013
Next in this series is Mark LeClair & Moray King who gave a presentation about “Cavitation, Zero point & Leclair effect nuclear reactions (LENR)”
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ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Mark is a recognized expert in industrial and military applications associated with cavitation. He is knowledgeable regarding the people, companies, & products currently in the market. In 1983 he earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering with honors and in 1988 a MS in Mechanical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), Worcester, MA. In 2002 Mark founded NanoSpire, Inc. In 1994 Mark founded CFD Associates, a computational fluid dynamics firm consulting widely in cavitation and CFD. Clients included DuPont, Estee Lauder and many other companies involved in mixing and cavitation dispersion. Mark was a Sr. Research Engineer in the Fluid Mechanics Group for Lockheed Missiles and Space Co., Sunnyvale, CA, responsible for hydrodynamic and CFD analysis of cavitation and supercavitation during the underwater launch performance of the Trident I & II missiles. He was granted a US patent for a rotor-stator mixer that harnesses cavitation for industrial processing in 1996. NanoSpire has four issued patents: • LeClair, M. L., Method and Apparatus for the Controlled Formation of Cavitation Bubbles. US Patent No. 7,517,430 issued April. 14, 2009. • LeClair, M. L., Method and Apparatus for the Controlled Formation of Cavitation Bubbles Using Target Bubbles. US Patent No. 7,297,288 issued Nov. 20, 2007. • LeClair, M. L., Method and Apparatus for the Controlled Formation of Cavitation Bubbles. US Patent No. 6,960,307 issued Nov. 1, 2005 • LeClair, M. L., Method and Apparatus for the Controlled Formation of Cavitation Bubbles Using Target Bubbles. US Patent No. 6,932,914 issued Aug. 23, 2005. Specialties: Cavitation Processing, Fluid Dynamics, Nanotechnology, Solar, Biofuels, CFD, Heat Transfer, Thermodynamics, Green Energy MORE INFO RELATING TO THE PRESENTER Websites: http://www.nanospireinc.com/ ABOUT THIS PRESENTATION This presentation about the work of Mark Leclair was performed by Moray King because Mark could not attend in person. Macrocationic, crystallized cavitation reentrant jets were first observed during investigation of directed cavitation reentrant jet nano and micro-machining in water by the author in 2004 in Buxton, ME, on grants funded by the Maine Technology Institute. I again observed the same behavior in 2005 on work funded by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority as PI, with co-investigators Serge Lebid, EVP NanoSpire, Inc., Prof. Eric Eisenbraun of Albany Nanotech, and others. The extreme pressure and temperature of cavitation bubble collapse was compressing dissociated water H+ and OH- ions at the bubble interface into solid, faceted macrocationic crystals possessing an equilateral triangle crystalline subunit. Reentrant jet impacts formed pit cross-sections that were equilateral triangles, regular or oval-shaped hexagons, twinned crystals such as hourglasses, or hybrids of triangles and hexagons. The presentation will provide an overview of data and theories addressing the structure and dynamics of crystallized cavitation reentrant jets in coherently extracting zero point energy, triggering fusion and driving prebiotic chemistry.
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