CSU Graduate Student Opportunity
Patcrick McGoldrick, Global Innovation Center for Energy, Environment & Health
Colorado State University, CSU, Fort Collins,CO March 14, 2007

Measurements of Indoor Pollutant Emissions From EPA Phase II Wood Stoves. (3451 K)
Nabinger, S. J.; Persily, A. K.; Sharpless, K. S.; Wise, S. A. Building and Fire Research Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology. Gaithersburg, MD 20899, NISTIR 5575; 65 p. February 1995

Information in regards to how much power a person can produce.
People power, not horsepower.
What is your capacity for work?

Switchgrass and Paper Fireballs at Stoves Camp
Tom Miles, August 2006

Fireball Switchgrass
Fireball Switchgrass
Fireball Paper

Fireball Paper

The Bean Can Stove
Lanny Henson, August 28, 2006

PCIA Bulletin Issue 8, August 2006
Lutfiyeh Ahmed, Elisa Derby, Partnership for Clean Indoor Air

Dear Partners,
We have published the 8th issue of the PCIA Bulletin!

Tom Miles -

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Host and Administrator of Bioenergy discussion lists since 1994.


Improve efficiency and practical application of stoves through contact, commmunciation and collaboration.

I enjoy working with interested and talented people around the world to find new techniques for solving common energy and environmental challenges.


T R Miles, Technical Consultants, Inc.
Portland, Oregon, USA


Pond Scum Fireball Part II
Jeff Davis September 10, 2006

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160 grams of charcoal boils and simmers 5 liters/CF04 Stove
Lanny Henson July 2, 2006

The CF04 Stove boiled and simmered 5 liters using only 160gr of charcoal and wood.

After several modifications to 4 different prototypes, it only took 150 gr of lump charcoal with 11% moisture and 10gr of wood to boil 5 liters of 83 degF/28.3 degC water in 45 min. That is 32 grams per liter to boil and simmer. At 1 hour after boiling the water was still simmering at 100 degC and after 2 hours the water was 205degF/96 degC. At this point I shut the air control and capped the pot module to stop the airflow and retain heat.

At 3 hours the water temp was 190 degF/87.8 degC and was 178 degF/ 81 degC at 4 hours.


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