[Stoves] Summer Stove Camp 2015 Agenda

Joshua Guinto jed.building.bridges at gmail.com
Mon Jul 27 00:45:54 MDT 2015


Dear Crispin

Yes, a lighting cone. Now i recall. I will surely try it.

To share back. .. . Im on travel now but i got the feedback from my team
mate. We earlier made a recipe of a fire starter. it is a combination of
equal parts of saw dust, wood charcoal and coco shells broken into bits.
And then he added 10 % bits of candle wax and then the whole mixture was
roasted inside a metal can until the wax melted unto the entire recipe. I
got the news that the recipe gave a clean and fast start up.

Thanks Crispin.


*Joshua B. Guinto*Specialist, Appropriate Technology
MSc Management of AgroEcological Knowledge and Social Change (MAKS)
Wageningen University, The Netherlands 2006 to 2008


2015-07-27 13:25 GMT+08:00 Crispin Pemberton-Pigott <
crispinpigott at outlook.com>:

>  Dear Jed
>
>  If you use a lighting cone all that lighting issue disappears. It will
> light about 10 to 20 times faster.
>
>  The cone should rest on the fuel, bypassing all secondary air holes, and
> cover most of the fel bed area. 500mm is a good height. Put on a handle as
> it gets very hot. It will reduce the PM during startup by about 90% as
> well.
>
>  Regards
>  Crispin
>
>  I mean coco shells, not coco charcoal
>
>
> *Joshua B. Guinto *Specialist, Appropriate Technology
>  MSc Management of AgroEcological Knowledge and Social Change (MAKS)
>  Wageningen University, The Netherlands 2006 to 2008
>
>
> 2015-07-27 13:11 GMT+08:00 Joshua Guinto <jed.building.bridges at gmail.com>:
>
>  Attach are three more photos of the stove in operation.
>
>  We had problems lighting the the fuel from the top to run it in TLUD
> mode during the tests and greatly discouraged the cook of the food stall in
> the public market.
>
>  However, the high point of the test is upon realizing that the stove can
> run clean on their stocks of coco charcoal in strong and smokeless flame.
>
>  The stove ran for one hour with six pieces of coco charcoal.
>
>  The food stall consume one bag (about 35 kilograms of wood charcoal per
> day) for their four units of wood charcoal stoves.
>
>
>
>
> *Joshua B. Guinto *Specialist, Appropriate Technology
>  MSc Management of AgroEcological Knowledge and Social Change (MAKS)
>  Wageningen University, The Netherlands 2006 to 2008
>
>
>   2015-07-27 12:08 GMT+08:00 Crispin Pemberton-Pigott <
> crispinpigott at outlook.com>:
>
>  Dear Jed
>
>  If you are willing to share the design, I will introduce it to the
> traditional stove makers in Central Java. They make modest quality clay
> stoves very inexpensively. ‎They could make the gasifier just as easily.
> There are a couple of NGO's that could carry the promotion at a low level
> as they do other things. Real grass roots.
>
>  I would like to help retain that sector in places with the skills and
> distribution.
>
>  Can the power be varied?
>
>  Thanks
>  Crispin
>
>     Dear Dean and Fellow Stovers
>
>  I wish you all the best to the Stove Camp. Pity that i cannot be there. I
> do not have the means to get there the same way that i had last year.
>
>  I hope the event will be fruitful as ever and lessons and discoveries
> will be shared.
>
>  On a side note, i think i might have finally bumped into the best
> construction method on how to make a terra cotta gasifier stove. I now have
> this ceramic stove that runs as a gasifier and as continuous mode and with
> a swiling vortex of bluis yellow flames  all in natural draft.
>
>  Will send an email on a separate thread.
>
>  Best
>
>  Jed Guinto
>
>
> *Joshua B. Guinto *Specialist, Appropriate Technology
>  MSc Management of AgroEcological Knowledge and Social Change (MAKS)
>  Wageningen University, The Netherlands 2006 to 2008
>
>
> 2015-07-27 4:30 GMT+08:00 Dean Still <deankstill at gmail.com>:
>
>  *Summer Stove Camp 2015 Agenda*
>
> *Arrive Sunday July 26*
>
> *July 27 Monday*
>
> 7:30am-8:30am Optional rowing on lake with Dean
>
> 8am-9am Breakfast served in cafeteria (every Day)
>
> 9am-10:00am Cafeteria Welcome Introductions Data Collection Topics
>
> 10:30- 11:30 Lab Introduction – Alex, Sam, and Reshma
>
> 11:30 CCT lecture
>
> 12:00pm- 1:30pm Lunch in cafeteria and conversation
>
> 1:30pm – 4:00 Group work
>
> 4:00 – Kirk lecture on TLUDs and Groups meet to discuss days work
>
> 6:00-8:00 Dinner in cafeteria
>
> *July 28 Tuesday*
>
> 9:00am-9:30 am Review of data
>
> Daily Schedule Review (Classes Announced)
>
> 9:30am Larry W. and ARC lecture on new Rocket Stoves
>
> 10:30am- 12:00am Experimentation/data collection
>
> 12:00pm- 1:30pm Lunch in cafeteria and conversation
>
> 1:30pm- Combustion Efficiency and Heat Transfer - Dean
>
> 2:00pm Leaders meet with groups and continue experimentation
>
> 4:30pm-5:00pm Summary of day
>
> 6:00-11:00 Party – Potluck
>
> *July 29 Wednesday*
>
> 9:00am-9:30 am Review of data
>
> Daily Schedule Review (Classes Announced)
>
> 9:30 am What did we learn the day before?
>
> 10:00am- 12:00am Experimentation/data collection
>
> 12:00pm- 1:30pm Lunch in cafeteria and conversation
>
> 1:30pm- Velocity/HTE – Sam
>
> 2:00pm Leaders meet with groups and continue experimentation
>
> 4:30pm-5:00pm Summary of day
>
> 6:00-11:00 Dinner and music in the park
>
> *July 30 Thursday*
>
> 9:00am-9:30 am Review of data
>
> Daily Schedule Review (Classes Announced)
>
> 9:30 am What did we learn the day before?
>
> 10:00am- 12:00am Experimentation/data collection
>
> 12:00pm- 1:30pm Lunch in cafeteria and conversation
>
> 1:30pm- Black Carbon and field testing with Ryan T.
>
> 2:00pm Leaders meet with groups and continue experimentation
>
> 4:30pm-5:00pm Summary of day
>
> 6:00-11:00 Dinner in Cafeteria or Bread Club
>
> *July 31 Friday*
>
> 9:00am-9:30am Auditorium Review of data
>
> 10am- 12:00am Voting for Prize Winner
>
> 12:00pm- 1:30pm Lunch in cafeteria with presentation of AWARD
>
>
>
>  --
>   Dean Still
> Executive Director
> Aprovecho Research Center
> PO Box 1175
> 76132 Blue Mountain School Road
> Cottage Grove, OR 97424
> (541) 767-0287
>
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