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Author’s note, 2015-02-14: Based on the interest I’ve received in this project, I’m considering selling plans for a stove similar to the one described in this article. See the Rocket Stove Plans section at the end of the article and let me know if you’d be interested. Original article: For some time I’ve been considering the best way to deal with a pile of scrap wood that has been growing next to my home, the result of many woodworking and carpentry projects I’ve been involved in over the years. A few options I have considered are: taking it to the landfillcutting it into chips and using it as mulchburning it From a climate change standpoint, the latter of these is surprisingly the least harmful in the long run. Burning also has a side benefit. Ads by Google Warnings Fire is dangerous. 0. 1. 2. 3. 4. How is a rocket stove different from a regular wood stove? The following illustration shows the basic design. Construction Rocket stove mass heaters are often built from steel drums. Does it work? Related:  rocket stoveWood fire

rocketstoves - www.ErnieAndErica.info Ianto Evans, Leslie Jackson, Ernie Wisner, Kirk Mobert, Paul Wheaton, and other friends are among the researchers developing efficient, clean-burning, affordable stoves for a variety of heating and cooking needs. This group developed and published the current editions of Rocket Mass Heater, or Rocket Masonry Stove, designs. The technology combines an innovative clean-burning combustion chamber, with an earthen masonry thermal mass, resulting in extraordinary heat capture and low waste from an incredibly small amount of wood. The goals of Rocket Stove researchers include - meet human needs for food, warmth, comfort, and safety - conserve fuel (over-harvesting of firewood affects droughts, famine, and climate), - clean air, reduce smoke-related health and environmental problems - turn wastes into resources, e.g. find new uses for junk & scrap - encourage resourceful thinking and hands-on problem solving - offer affordable, clean alternatives to conventional technologies

Building a rocket stove to heat up the house I'm a huge fan of the rocket stove (I wrote about it earlier this year), a hyper-efficient design that excels at burning at very hot temperatures. Rocket stoves burn at much higher temperatures than your standard wood-stove or fireplace and, as a result, emit much cleaner exhaust. You can burn just about anything in a rocket stove too, from straw to dried dung to small bundles of twigs. This flexibility, combined with the stove's brutal efficiency, has made them a popular choice in the developing world, where they replace older conventional stoves that are smoky and inefficient. Smoky kitchens are no joke in many parts of the world and negatively impact the health of millions of people. Rocket stoves means people can breathe easier as they prepare food and have to work less to procure fuel. I stumbled across this great article showing how one blogger installed a rocket stove heater to help heat his home. Swing over to I Will Try to read about his project and to see more photos.

Particulate Emission in Rocket Mass Heaters... Looking for Data!!! (rocket mass heater forum at permies) I was looking for scientific publications on anything closely relating a rocket mass heater just the other day. The closest thing I could find were journal publications on particulate emissions for masonry heaters. The studies were typically performed in Europe. How I found the articles (abstract only typically): scholar.google.com did a search on 'masonry heaters' To my knowledge, I don't think anyone has done any particulate/aerosol studies on RMH. A quick solution maybe an electrostatic precipitator. Yet, in the greater picture forest fires are way more polluting/particulate generating than residential fireplaces.

How to Build a Simple Rocket Cook Stove « Canadian Dirtbags December 13, 2010 by cdndirtbags Rocket (cook) stoves are as cheap and easy or as expensive and full on as you want them to be. Our first one was made using materials on hand: a coffee can, two progressively smaller cans, and a couple of handfuls of diatomite. It was never intended to be anything more than an experiment, as evidenced by the fact that I left it outside to rust for the last year, though it did come in handy when we lost power and wanted hot tea. The basic idea behind the rocket stove is to use minimal (wood) fuel to heat a concentrated area. The stoves are generally meant for outdoor use as they don’t include a chimney. For those of you who just want to get started though, and intend to use the stove outdoors, here is a list of what you’ll need: a large can, and two progressively smaller cans, some scrap metal, clay (optional), and some nonflammable material for insulation like industrial vermiculite, perlite, or diatomite. Then make a hole in your mid-sized can. Like this:

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Wood Burning Stoves 2.0 - the DVD(s) by paul wheaton The stretch goals ... If we hit $100,000: I pointed the video camera at all the cool stuff at the workshop, just like I said i would. The crown jewel here is the rocket mass heater, based on rocket stove technology. Ernie and Erica Wisner have built over 700 rocket mass heaters and what was shown at this workshop is the result of their most advanced work to date. Here are Ernie and Erica showing off an earlier rocket mass heater: The first DVD will be "Fire Science". fire burning sideways and upside down bare hands bonfire tricks rumford effect fireplace designs flammable chimney demonstrations stump stove diagrams and physics and math, oh my! The second DVD is called "Sneaky Heat". The third DVD is called "Boom Squish" - named after a series of podcasts where we discuss the dangers and strategies of alternative hot water. The final DVD is called "Hot Rocket". The four DVD set will be called "Wood Burning Stoves 2.0". Thanks for PR help from Hartke Communications. Thanks for the bump from:

Rocket stove - Wikipedia A small manufactured rocket cooking stove Rocket stove illustration Maybe later Thank you! Dear readers in Canada, time is running out in 2016 to help Wikipedia. Close A rocket stove is an efficient and hot burning[1] portable stove using small diameter wood fuel.[2] Fuel is burned in a simple combustion chamber containing an insulated vertical chimney, which ensures almost complete combustion prior to the flames' reaching the cooking surface. Like the Beverage-can stove it is made from found materials, but generally uses wood rather than alcohol. In field tests in India, rocket stoves used 18 to 35 per cent less fuel compared to the traditional stoves and reduced fuel used 39-47 per cent compared to the three stone fire, as well as a large reduction in emissions.[4] A precursor of the rocket stove was the Argand lamp. References[edit] External links[edit] Aprovecho Research Center

Particulates - Wikipedia This diagram shows types, and size distribution in micrometres, of atmospheric particulate matter This animation shows aerosol optical thickness of emitted and transported key tropospheric aerosols from 17 August 2006 to 10 April 2007, from a 10 km resolution GEOS-5 "nature run" using the GOCART model.[1][2] (click for more detail) * green: black and organic carbon * red/orange: dust * white: sulfates * blue: sea salt Movie map of distribution of aerosol particles, based on data from the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Terra satellite. * Green areas show aerosol plumes dominated by larger particles. * Red areas show aerosol plumes dominated by small particles. * Yellow areas show where large and small aerosol particles are mixing. * Gray shows where the sensor did not collect data. Atmospheric particulate matter – also known as particulate matter (PM) or particulates – is microscopic solid or liquid matter suspended in the Earth's atmosphere.

Construction d'un chauffage à bois Rocket de masse. Du bois. (Vidéo) Image credit: Paul Wheaton From rocket stoves aiding relief in Haiti, to building your own cookstove, ultra-efficient rocket stove designs have been around for some time. But this one is a little different. Should we be nervous? Admittedly, Paul—who brought us videos on how to build Hugelkultur raised beds, and how to use moldy hay as lawn fertilizer—is not crazy enough to build the whole stove out of wood. Still, it's an interesting and attractive spin on the traditional rocket mass heater. More on Rocket StovesRocket Stoves Aid Relief in HaitiBuild Your Own Ultra-Efficient Cookstove (Video)Efficient Cookstove Movement Faces Divergent Approaches

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Bekijk onderwerp - Rocket stove ontwikkeling Met dank aan Gandalf voor het terugvinden van de tekst na de servercrash van 24 juni 2011. Berichttitel: Rocket stove ontwikkelingGeplaatst: di jun 14 13:42:49 Na de cycloon avonturen had ik me voorgenomen om een oud idee uit te werken. Het zal wel weer te maken hebben met gelaagdheid, in de heatriser dit maal. Verder heb ik het testbed naar binnen verhuisd en aan de bestaande schoorsteen aangesloten. Om kort te gaan, de constructie is eenvoudig. De metingen waren aanvankelijk geen verrassing: de verwachting was dat het ding een heel onrustige grafiek op zou leveren en dat deed het ook. De bovenste rij cijfers achtereen volgens: zuurstof, rendement, koolmonoxide en eind temperatuur. Ik ben gaan knoeien met hoeveel hout er tegelijk in gepropt kon worden zonder hem de hik te laten krijgen. Het is heel eenvoudig om de 2e stroom praktisch te laten stoppen door het hout tegen de kant van de burn tunnel te laten leunen. Voorlopig heb ik nog wel wat te doen! peterberg schreef: Dutch John schreef:

La Permaculture en Morvan | Éco-lieu CHAMPÉROUX | Accueil et principes de Permaculture en montagne Particules en suspension Visualisation des catégories de particules en suspension dans l'air ou aéroportées (contaminants biologiques, ou particulaires minéraux ou organiques, ou gazeux)... par nature et taille (en micromètres ; μm) Les particules en suspension sont toutes les particules (solides ou en aérosols) portées par l'eau ou par l'air, quantifiables par filtration ou par d'autres procédés physiques. Elles sont - dans leur ensemble - désormais classées cancérigènes pour l'homme (groupe 1) par le Centre international de recherche sur le cancer (CIRC)[1]. Les PM (pour matières particulaires d'après l'expression Particulate Matter(en)) désignent les particules en suspension dans l'atmosphère terrestre[2]. Un taux élevé de particules fines et ultrafines dans l'air est facteur de risque sanitaires (maladies cardio-vasculaires, altération des fonctions pulmonaires, cancer du poumon). Sources[modifier | modifier le code] Les particules sont d'origines anthropiques et/ou naturelles. 1. 2. 3.

Le Rocket Stove WINIARSKI (four-fusée) Le Rocket Stove WINIARSKI (four-fusée) Durant ces 13 dernières années, des variantes du Rocket Stove ont été construites dans plus de 20 pays. Efficacité : 12-42%. L’efficacité dépend du type d’échangeur de chaleur utilisé. Le coude du fourneau peut être fait à partir de différents matériaux afin d’améliorer sa longévité. Chacune de nos cuisinières à bois comprend une unique chambre de combustion. Ce coude est alors placé à l'intérieur d'un conteneur complètement isolé. Le fourneau-fusée (Rocket stove) est un perfectionnement du feu de camp avec trois pierres, mais constitue seulement une partie de l'équation. Ce dessin montre une mince pièce de métal ( une jupe) enveloppant la marmite.

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