Anatoly KLADOV, et al.
Ultrasonic Activator
ULTR - Method for Obtaining Energy - Anatoly Fedorovich Kladov / P. Kelly
Having painstakingly re-constructed the intent of Anatoly Fedorovich Kladov's July 1993 awarded patent from numerous sources, I shall go through it, discussing how Bin-Juine Huang and his teams' work support the claims made and how we may be able to use Kladov's work to solidify the reality of ultrasonic driven nuclear processes and accelerate the delivery of practical embodiments...

US4333796A -- Method of generating energy by acoustically induced cavitation fusion and reactor therefor [ PDF ]
Abstract -- Two different cavitation fusion reactors (CFR's) are disclosed. Each comprises a chamber containing a liquid (host) metal such as lithium or an alloy thereof. Acoustical horns in the chamber walls operate to vary the ambient pressure in the liquid metal, creating therein small bubbles which are caused to grow to maximum sizes and then collapse violently in two steps. In the first stage the bubble contents remain at the temperature of the host liquid, but in the second stage the increasing speed of collapse causes an adiabatic compression of the bubble contents, and of the thin shell of liquid surrounding the bubble. Application of a positive pressure on the bubble accelerates this adiabatic stage, and causes the bubble to contract to smaller radius, thus increasing maximum temperatures and pressures reached within the bubble. At or near its minimum radius the bubble generates a very intense shock wave, creating high pressures and temperatures in the host liquid. These extremely high pressures and temperatures occur both within the bubbles and in the host liquid, and cause hydrogen isotopes in the bubbles and liquid to undergo thermonuclear reactions. In one type of CFR the thermonuclear reaction is generated by cavitation within the liquid metal itself, and in the other type the reaction takes place primarily within the bubbles. The fusion reactions generate energy that is absorbed as heat by the liquid metal, and this heat is removed from the liquid by conduction through the acoustical horns to an external heat exchanger, without any pumping of the liquid metal.

EP0667386A1 --  Process for cracking crude oil and petroleum products and a device for carrying out the same [ PDF ]
Abstract -- The proposed process involves subjecting the liquid, raw material to ultrasound treatment in a closed- circulation system, the intensity of the ultrasound being set a 1-10 MW/m2. Between 0.1 and 80 vol % of a dispersing agent is introduced into the treatment area at the same time as the raw material; it sustains static pressure of between 0.2 and 5 MPa. The device used in carrying out this process contains an ultrasonic activator which generates ultrasound at an intensity of 1-10 MW/m2 and is connected to an appliance (19) for separating the liquid and vapour phases of the processed crude, and a device (27) for condensing the end product.

WO9409894 -- Ultrasonic Activator 
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Abstract -- The proposed ultrasonic activator comprises at least two interconnected operating chambers (4) arranged within a housing (1); the first chamber is provided with an inlet nozzle (16), the second with an outlet nozzle (18). Within each operating chamber (4) is mounted a stator (7) and a rotor (6) which is mounted on a drive shaft; the stator and rotor are provided with opposing apertures (10, 12) through which the liquid can flow. Each rotor (6) comprises a runner (8) of a rotary pump, the runner being provided at the outlet (14) with a rigidly mounted ring (9) with apertures (10) through which the liquid flows. The width of each of these apertures is equal to the width of each aperture (12) of the stator (7), and the total area of the apertures (10) of the ring (9) of the rotor (6) is equal to the total area of the apertures (12) of the stator (7) and amounts to 0.1-0.7 of the area of the inlet (15) into the corresponding runner (8); the spacing of the apertures (10) of the ring (9) on the rotor (6) and that of the apertures (12) of the stator (7) is equal to 2-2.25 times the widths of these apertures (10, 12), the operating chambers (4) being interconnected by diffusers (13) connecting the outlet (14) of the preceding runner (8) with the inlet (15) of the subsequent runner (8) via a diffuserwhich is provided with a choke (17) situated after the outlet nozzle (18).

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The proposed method of obtaining energy involves feeding a liquid phase substance into a treatment zone where cavitation bubbles are created in the substance by producing a fluctuating pressure with constant and variable components based on the following relationships: P1 = 0.3-0.7 (P2 + P3); and P2 + P3 - P1 = 1-10b, in which P1 represents the constant pressure component (in MPa), P2 represents the variable pressure component (in MPa), P3 represents the saturated vapour pressure (in MPa) of the substance being treated at the temperature at which it is fed into the treatment zone, and b is the tensile strength of the substance being treated at the temperature at which it is fed into the treatment zone (MPa).
Bin Juine Huang - ICCF25 - Anomalous Gas Emission from Low-Energy Nuclear Reaction of Water.
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