by Sanjay. K. Babar, Dr. Priyadarshini Karve

Issue: 57

Journal section: General Articles
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Received: 2010-10-12


In developing countries, biomass is used as a primary source of energy for cooking and water heating. Use of the biomass in traditional cook stoves creates serious health problems to rural women and children. Biomass gasification appears to have a significant potential for domestic cooking applications. However, due to some cultural and design barriers, the gasifier cook stoves are not widely accepted by the rural households.

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