[Stoves] Magh Utham Woodgas Burner
rwhongser at web.de
Tue Jan 6 05:52:01 CST 2009
thanks for the pic!
One observation and one suggestion:
I can't tell by the size of any referents in the picture how big the can is.
By putting an extra "half-round" in the slit on one or several of the slits, it would be possible to add fuel through the sides and thus bring the cooking vessel into constant distance from the top of the exhaust.
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: "Crispin Pemberton-Pigott" <crispinpigott at gmail.com>
> Gesendet: 05.01.09 23:42:45
> An: "'Discussion of biomass cooking stoves'" <stoves at listserv.repp.org>
> Betreff: Re: [Stoves] Magh Utham Woodgas Burner
> Dear Dr N
> The 15th picture
> has a slit and twisted top on the can. There is attached a stove developed
> by an industrial design student at the University of Johannesburg (one of
> two that rated as being really interesting out of a dozen entries). I don't
> have a specific suggestion for you, but the slitting and folding in at the
> top brought slightly pre-heated air into the gas burning section. It is a
> way to get a vortex going without adding additional metal.
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