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Estufas de cocción y producción de ladrillo: un problema ardiente
Fernando Martirena, Tom Miles, Kurt Rhyner Ecosur 2003Le Migliori Vendite 100% Reale Air Jordans 31 Chicago Scarpe Da Pallacanestro Scarpe Air Jordan 31 Squisita EQ4O89

Estufas Ahorradoras de Leña Tipo Plancha
Felipe Juárez Soto, PRODERQUI, Guatemala

Evaluación de eficiencia de estufas
Víctor Berrueta (DEPFI-UNAM)

Evaluación del funcionamiento de est

ESTUFAS MEJORADAS: MEJORAR LA VIDA, LA SALUD Y EL MEDIO AMBIENTE
Solomon Rodd de SEDEPAC e Isabel Vann de AFSC

SEDEPAC (Servicio, Desarrollo y Paz, A.C.)

USEFUL LINKS FOR BIOMASS FUEL PROPERTIES

BIOBIB, A Database for Biofuels, University of Technology, Vienna

PHYLLIS Database Biomass and Waste ECN, Novem

Charcoal
Cookstove.net

Charcoal has a specific combustion value on the average of 28,900 kJ/kg. Its density is strongly dependent on the wood used in its production. An average value is about 400 kg/m3 according to Earl (1975).

"Use an Improved Charcoal Stove!" by Shima Sago, the Assistant Coordinator at Tanzania Traditional Energy Development Organisation, made this promotion story.

Center Fire Stove 01 Cooking Test
Lanny Henson, June 12, 2006

In the last cooking test, the Center Fire Stove 01 needed only 750
grams/1.65 lb of pine chips to cook 8 pounds/3.63 kilograms dry weight of pintos. That is 14 liters of volume with water or 104 servings-35 gr/ 1/2 cup cooked volume (1/4 cup dry weight) servings.

CO Emissions from a Charcoal Rocket Stove
Dean Still, Aprovecho Research Center, June 12, 2006

CO Emissions From a Charcoal Rocket StoveCO Emissions From a Charcoal Rocket Stove

Crispin Pemberton-Pigott, New Dawn Engineering, Swaziland, June 12, 2006

3 Laterit and Charcoal Dust3 Laterit and Charcoal Dust

Dear Friends

I fired two of the rings today for a brief time, perhaps 3 hours at temperature. No particular care was taken regarding the slow initial temperature rise.

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