[Stoves] Mewar Angithi: An In Situ Modification of the TSH as a Solution to the Problem
Dr.-Ing. Dieter Seifert
doseifert at googlemail.com
Sun Dec 13 10:44:42 MST 2015
for a complete combustion a griddle is helpful, but for attaining a high
efficiency a skirt is also recommendable.With the Ben-stoves
(http://solarcooking.wikia.com/wiki/Ben_3_Firewood_Stove) I tried to
combine these measures and I propose to combine the stoves with
(http://solarcooking.wikia.com/wiki/Heat-retention_cooker) which is a
useful and totally clean cooking method.
With kind regards,
Am 12.12.2015 um 23:57 schrieb Boll, Martin Dr.:
> it is for me an interesting item you report.
> I have no experience with three-stone-fires, but I think my thoughts about are as simple as basic.
> 1. "Smoke" = often Woodgas (when not merely water-vapor) has a high self-ignition temperature.
> 2. Charcoal has a low self-ignition temperature.
> 3. When glowing (= burning-) charcoal has not some draft to burn bright, it will _never_ have the temperature that (self !-) ignites smoke.
> 4. The perforated sheet-metal is a sort of griddle, which gives enough draft to hold the charcoal bright burning and therefore above self-ignition temperature of the outgassing wood.
> 5. Due to the griddle, the fire can be kept as well small __and__ __hot__!
> How to see this somehow related and as base of a rocket-stove, just with a shelf to burn upon, and without tubes. So it does not behave as a "rocket", but as a good fire.
>> Message: 1
>> Date: Sat, 12 Dec 2015 10:03:00 -0800
>> From: Francesco Tortorici <francescot at gmail.com>
>> To: Discussion of biomass cooking stoves
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>> Subject: [Stoves] Mewar Angithi: An In Situ Modification of the TSH as
>> a Solution to the Problem
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>> Has anyone seen this addition to a traditional stone heart? It is has been
>> developed in collaboration with the University of Iowa.
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