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Old 11-21-2018, 01:55 AM
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I am all for trying to replicate it.
and seems like there is enough information here to do it

measuring power in heat accurately is not the easiest thing to do.
from the PDF
Measures of thermal power were executed using an air-flow calorimetry while a calibration was made
using an internal Tungsten lamp.
they also did not say the error window they had in the measurements, or at least not that I noticed. How you build it is going to make a big difference in that possible error
I just wonder if there is not some easy way to get a more accurate measurement. or at least one where you know what your error window is
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