by Peter Young

Issue: 28

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Received: 2010-10-05


The majority of the several million improved cooking stoves disseminated over the last decade, excluding China, have been made wholly or mainly of ceramics ie. fired clay. ITDG's stove programme initiated clay testing studies with the University of Reading in 1980 and started the present research programme with the Glass & Ceramic Department of the University of Sheffield in 1989 with funding from the Overseas Development Administration. Mr A Gaspe has carried out the work under the direction of Dr Messer and in co-operation with P Young of ITDG.

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