[Stoves] Clean coal burning stoves Re: History of clean Chinese stove development.

Muhammad Nurhuda mnurhuda at ub.ac.id
Sat Sep 19 19:09:25 MDT 2015


Dear Prof. Anderson,

We have developed the chemical formula for coal pellet/briquettes at the
time when the government of Indonesia launched conversion program from
kerosene to LPG (2010). It was almost everyday LPG stove explosions. Then,
some people came to me in order to research the coal pellet/briquettes.
Unfortunately, after the research finished and we we got good results, LPG
was accepted widely by the people, and the government forgot the coal fuel
at all.

 Let me answer your questions.

1. There are no char created. The residue from coal pellet is ash.
2. Yes, all pellets are burnt in one run,  batch process generating ash.
3. I do not manufacture coal pellet/briquettes. It was only research. Some
kg samples of pellets I had sent to Dean for test, but I do not know the
results. No coal pellet left at all by me.
4. If there are people interested to manufacture pellet/briquettes coal,
please contact me. The stoves I use are the same as our stoves, both for
wood fuel or pellet fuel.
5. I will not come to GACC. But our colleagues in Prime will join.

Kind regards
M. Nurhuda


On Sat, Sep 19, 2015 at 7:56 PM, Paul Anderson <psanders at ilstu.edu> wrote:

> Greetings,
>
> A VERY interesting development!!!
>
> 1.  Is there a "char" created?   and is there a sufficiently distinctive
> transition time at the end of burning the released volatiles?     OR
>
> 2.  Is it burning all the way to ash in one continuous run?
>
> 3.  Please send more info (about all aspects, from manufacture to further
> testing and about results if burned in other stoves, etc.).
>
> 4.  Will you be marketing the technology, or the equipment, or selling the
> pellet product from your own operations?
>
> 5.  Please consider bringing at least 10 kg in 500 g (approx) packets to
> the GACC Forum in Ghana in November for distribution of samples that are
> sufficient for others to test in their stoves.
>
> Sincerely,
>
> Paul
>
> Doc  /  Dr TLUD  /  Prof. Paul S. Anderson, PhD
> Email:  psanders at ilstu.edu
> Skype: paultlud      Phone: +1-309-452-7072
> Website:  www.drtlud.com
>
> On 9/19/2015 5:30 AM, Muhammad Nurhuda wrote:
>
> Hi all,
>
> We have developed coal pellet, in order it is burnable like biomass..
>
> Please check the following video.
>
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8YXrPyGz1pU
>
> Regards
>
> M. Nurhuda
> On Sep 19, 2015 1:48 PM, "Muhammad Nurhuda" <mnurhuda.ub at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Hi all,
>>
>> We have developed coal pellet, in order it is burnable like biomass..
>>
>> Please check the following video.
>>
>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8YXrPyGz1pU
>>
>> Regards
>>
>> M. Nurhuda
>> On Sep 19, 2015 10:37 AM, "Crispin Pemberton-Pigott" <
>> crispinpigott at outlook.com> wrote:
>>
>>> Dear Paul
>>>
>>> There are a lot more than four stoves that were approved in one year or
>>> another. Last year alone there were six.
>>>
>>> More follow up later. Busy writing.
>>> Crispin
>>>
>>>
>>> Dear Seema,
>>>
>>> Thank you for the informative reply.
>>>
>>> 1.  Yes, the Mongolian coal burning stoves and project will be quite
>>> evident at the Ghana Forum.
>>>
>>> 2.  I support your recommendation:
>>>
>>> I would also recommend any of the 4 stoves that were used in the
>>> Mongolian intervention to be added to the Alliance’ Clean Cooking
>>> Catalog <http://catalog.cleancookstoves.org/pages/about>, along with
>>> any third party test results so we can have the information about the
>>> stoves’ performance available to our stakeholders.
>>>
>>> Nothing will please everyone, but openness to share information should
>>> be applauded by all.
>>>
>>> Paul
>>>
>>> Doc  /  Dr TLUD  /  Prof. Paul S. Anderson, PhD
>>> Email:  psanders at ilstu.edu
>>> Skype: paultlud      Phone: +1-309-452-7072
>>> Website:  www.drtlud.com
>>>
>>> On 9/18/2015 5:29 PM, Seema Patel wrote:
>>>
>>> Including a belated response regarding the earlier email chains, but
>>> wanted to be sure the Alliance contributed to the discussion….
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> The Alliance’s current understanding of the state of technology aligns
>>> with WHO’s Indoor Air Quality Guidelines
>>> <http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/141496/1/9789241548885_eng.pdf> which
>>> recommends that coal should not be used as a household fuel, concluding
>>> that its combustion in the HH is carcinogenic, containing toxic elements
>>> not destroyed by combustion. Similarly, the IAQC cites existing evidence
>>> that shows household use of kerosene can lead to levels of particulate
>>> matter and other pollutants that exceed WHO guidelines. As well, the risk
>>> of burns, fires and poisoning, associated with the use of kerosene in
>>> developing countries is a cause for concern.
>>>
>>> <http://www.who.int/indoorair/guidelines/hhfc/recommendation_3/en/>
>>> http://www.who.int/indoorair/guidelines/hhfc/recommendation_3/en/
>>>
>>> http://www.who.int/indoorair/guidelines/hhfc/recommendation_4/en/
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Overall, the Alliance supports and promotes a range of technologies,
>>> innovations and processing that will optimize fuel combustion leading to
>>> efficiency gains and cleanliness, but we also acknowledge that there are
>>> tradeoffs between all different fuels and technologies. Rufus Edwards from
>>> UC Irvine, will be speaking at the Ghana Forum on the panel “No Boundaries:
>>> household to ambient air pollution” about the Millennium Challenge
>>> Corporation’s  Ulaanbaatar project, which focused on scaling up more
>>> efficient coal burning stoves – we welcome participation from the Stoves
>>> ListServ community in the discussion. I would also recommend any of the 4
>>> stoves that were used in the Mongolian intervention to be added to the
>>> Alliance’ Clean Cooking Catalog
>>> <http://catalog.cleancookstoves.org/pages/about>, along with any third
>>> party test results so we can have the information about the stoves’
>>> performance available to our stakeholders.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> [image: Global_Aliance_Clean_Cookstoves_blue_v23]
>>> <http://www.cleancookstoves.org/>
>>>
>>> *Seema Patel*
>>>
>>> Senior Associate | UN Foundation
>>>
>>> *Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves*
>>>
>>> Tel: 202.864.5149   Skype: seema.patel80
>>>
>>> <spatel at cleancookstoves.org> <spatel at cleancookstoves.org>
>>> spatel at cleancookstoves.org
>>> www.cleancookstoves.org
>>>
>>>
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