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The "New Inflow" company was founded in 2009 by Grebenkin Oleg Anatolievich in order to gather and unite research efforts of separate uncoordinated scientific groups and experimenters.

Company's ongoing projects are executed by reputed scientists, currently employed in departments and laboratories in Russian universities and institutes of Russian Academy of Sciences, such as MSU, MIPT, BMSTU, MEPhI, ISA RAS, ISR RAS etc.

Progress after five years of research so far:

  • Fundamentals of the new mathematical theory were layed out. This theory explains structure of the microcosm from a fundamentally different, though comprehensible and provable viewpoint which allows one to reconsider a number of fundamental physical processes. This allowed to construct a complete mathematical model of LENR (low energy nuclear reactions) induced phenomena. Subsequently this model was used for numerical simulation of processes in laboratory devices.
  • Anomalously high excess heat release in gas flow plasmoid formations was observed.
  • Effective algorithms and numerical methods of gas dynamics, plasma physics and neutron kinetics simulation were created and tested.

Company's currently held experiments are based on generation of plasmoid formations in swirling gas flow which are created by various impulse-modulated discharges and subsequent utilization of generated heat.

Experimental laboratory setups are developed and simulated with the help of new mathematical models and methods.

As of today, the following main results in the LENR area were achieved by the "New Inflow" company:

  • LENR effects were confirmed in several lab experiments. This fact is consistently proved by conducted measurements using up to date diagnostic equipment;
  • heat COP of devices created in "New Inflow" is 600% to 800%;
  • results of chemical elements transformation are also obtained;
  • devices created in the "New Inflow" may run on a wide range of materials, and are not limited to costly ones such as Pd and Ni.

Theoretical physical and mathematical devision is lead by Prof. N.Magnitskii, mathematical and numerical simulation devision is headed by Dr. N.Evstigneev.