Airbus Files More LENR Patents

Airbus continues to position itself for the application of LENR technology by applying for two additional patents.  In 2015, Airbus also published a patent for LENR power generation.

The first is for: Material arrangement for fusion reactor and method for producing the same:

“A material arrangement for a fusion reactor comprising at least one material which is configured as a foam-like carrier material for condensable binding and fusing of hydrogen. The carrier material is provided with positively charged vacancies for condensing hydrogen atoms, small pores for receiving the condensate and for accelerating the condensation after previous penetration of atoms or molecules into these, and large pores for transporting a catalyst into the small pores. Furthermore, a method for producing the material arrangement is disclosed.”

The second application is for Method and Apparatus for Generating and for Fusing Ultra-dense Hydrogen:

“A method for generating and for fusing ultra-dense hydrogen in which molecular hydrogen is fed into at least one cavity and catalyzed, where the splitting and subsequent condensation of the molecular hydrogen is initiated on a catalyst of the cavity to form an ultra-dense hydrogen. The ultra-dense hydrogen is exposed to pressure or electromagnetic radiation to initiate fusion of the ultra-dense hydrogen in the at least one cavity and the reaction heat is led out from the at least one cavity. The pressure as mechanical resonance or the electromagnetic radiation as electromagnetic resonance amplifies the field and therefore the effect. Also, an apparatus for carrying out the method is disclosed.”

Boeing Patent for Nuclear Driven Engine

Fresh on the heels of the Airbus LENR patent, Boeing has now applied for a patent for a engine making use of a thermonuclear fusion process powered by lasers.  Our readers will certainly see the LENR undertones to this patent.  Read the full article here.

The race for the next generation power source for aviation is heating up and LENR – Cold Fusion is certainly among the handful of potential candidates.

Airbus Unveils E-Fan Electric Plane

Airbus, fresh off revealing an LENR patent only a few months ago, now reveals a totally electric airplane powered by batteries. One can only imagine this technology being combined with an LENR generator to create impossibly long flight ranges without the need for fuel capacity restraints.  As an added bonus, it has a low carbon footprint and is very quiet.