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  1. Abstract, Researchgate, 2016 Due to structure error and the incompleteness of combustion reaction, the traditional cook stove cannot utilize the generated heat more than 8-10%. This results in higher usage of fuel and increases environmental pollution and health hazard. Improved Stoves increase...
  2. Cooking has become a challenge in areas where the energy access is limited and the single available fuel is wood. Day by day, more people have been reported with respiratory diseases, caused mainly by the smoke, carbon monoxide and other highly harmful compounds result-ing from the poor...
  3. Abstract, Xprize, 2011 In 2000, more than 1.6 million deaths worldwide were caused by indoor air pollution (IAP), making it the second largest environmental contributor to poor health. Most developing countries use open fires or dirty solid fuel (wood or coal) burning stoves, which causes IAP and...
  4. The Rocket Stove is an amazing development in fuel efficient cooking. Made with clay and organic material (like rice hulls or sawdust) this inexpensive stove can cook meals with small sticks and eliminate the need for expensive charcoal. The Rocket Stove’s insulated chimney burns wood gases,...
  5. Rocket stove combustion systems deserve attention for a few reasons: they offer close to complete combustion of the wood, meaning they are hyper-efficient and burn super-clean they can reach very high temperatures, and can be hooked up to almost anything we want to use that heat for they can use...
  6. A rocket stove is a small, portable stove that is very efficient. It is great to use for cooking when you can’t use your regular stove. If you would like to know how you can make your own, today we are bringing you the wonderful selection of DIY rocket stoves.
  7. Abstract, International Journal for Service Learning in Engineering, 2012 This article details the process of the implementation of collaboratively developed, clean cookstove technology in rural Limpopo Province of South Africa. The stove design drew heavily upon existing, open source knowledge...
  8. Abstract,Energy for Sustainable Development, 2009 This study was undertaken to assess the potential of two types of improved cookstoves to reduce indoor air pollution in African homes. An ethanol stove, the CleanCook, was tested in three locations in Ethiopia: the city of Addis Ababa and the...
  9. Rocketstove.org has 3 goals: Deliver customized rocket stove plans to the global community. These plans can be used by commercial producers who wish to build 1000 stoves or by individuals who only want a single stove. CLICK HERE FOR THE DESIGN TOOL Connect institutions and individuals with local...
  10. Our site is dedicated to helping people develop better stoves for cooking with biomass fuels in developing regions. For additional detail and information, join theCooking Stoves Mailing List, browse the archives, read about current projects and ask other cooking stove builders, designers, and...
  11. Abstract, Researchgate, 2016 A rocket stove which serves as a cheaper and more safer alternative to conventional method of cooking, employing the use of solid fuels has been developed. The construction was done with our locally available metallic materials for the body and combustion chamber of...
  12. In Guatemala, as in many other countries, breathing in the toxicfumes while preparing tortillas and frijoles puts Mayan womenand children at risk for respiratory illnesses, blindness and burnson a daily basis. It is estimated that 77% of Guatemalan familiesuse wood as their main fuel source. 2%...
  13. 2018-01-20 This collection aims to provide a reference for policy makers and practitioners working in areas related to bioenergy in rural areas of sub-Saharan Africa. This encompasses those in the energy, agriculture, forestry, environment, finance and business sectors, among others, who are searching for...

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