by Ari Lampinen, Rajesh Sharma

Issue: 36

Journal section: Theme Articles
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Received: 2010-10-04


Most of the solar cookers used in the developing world are box type. The higher performance parabolic cookers are extensively used by households only in Tibet (mirror area about 2m²). Elsewhere, they are most often used in large configurations in schools and other community kitchens where big mirrors can be used to cook tens of litres of food at once (eg ULOG solar hybrid community kitchen with mirror area of about 7m²).

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