[Stoves] burning rice husk

Choppalli Venkata Krishna krishnacreat1 at rediffmail.com
Wed Oct 12 19:42:52 PDT 2011


Simply very informative at one place. Thanks for compilation

-KrishnaFrom: CHRISTA ROTH <stoves at foodandfuel.info>Sent: Wed, 12 Oct 2011 18:09:21 To: Discussion of biomass cooking stoves <stoves at lists.bioenergylists.org>Subject: Re: [Stoves] burning rice huskThe best rice-husk burning stoves I know of are the ones based on the tremendous work of Alexis Belonio. Paul Olivier' s work in Vietnam has taken rice-husk burning stoves in the household-size range to another level, uncomparable with natural-draft stoves like the Mayon Turbo, LoTrau or whichever. Paul has generously shared a lot of his work on this list in the last days, so you can look more details up from the links provided there or consult the section on rice-husk burning gasifiers, pages 43-48 of  the manual microgasification http://www.gtz.de/de/dokumente/giz2011-en-micro-gasification.pdf, 

it contains all I found as per last year. If anybody knows of models that are not included there, please let me know, so that they can be included in the next update. 

regards

christa







Am 12.10.2011 um 12:18 schrieb George Riegg Gambia:



Correct me if I am wrong but I am under the impression that Roger Sampson's Mayon Turbo Stove is designed to do just this kind of job?CheersGeorge from the jungle----- Original Message ----- From: <rajan_jiby at dataone.in>To: <stoves at lists.bioenergylists.org>Sent: Wednesday, October 12, 2011 12:08 PMSubject: [Stoves] burning rice husk

Dear Crispin,



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From: "Crispin Pemberton-Pigott" <crispinpigott at gmail.com>



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Subject: Re: [Stoves] High mass space heating options Re: Rocket Stove



for the PLACE



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Dear Paul











I find you report encouraging. People already see the value of making a high



energy fuel from a pretty lousy biomass, and it is only a short step to



using the gas as well for any of a variety of purposes. I am inclined to



think that a large scale process heat application will give a better quality



or at least consistent product.











Is there a missing technology: a stove that burns the whole rice hull



instead of making char? Perhaps as a slightly compressed block or cylinder



whole rice hull could be made attractive, clean and efficient in the correct



device.



I do not know whether a stove can efficiently burn rice husk.



But it seems rice husk can be burnt efficiently in FBC ( fluidised bed combustion ) boilers. There are several medium sized FBC boilers operated all over India. So the fuel need not go waste.



Regards,





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