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Thermally efficient improved wood-burning metal cooking stove for cold climates

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Thermally efficient improved wood-burning metal cooking stove for cold climates
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Rajeev Aggarwal, O. P. Sharma
Abstract
People in the temperate wet zone of the Himachal Pradesh region of India (altitude 1840-2200m) experience annual temperatures ranging from 29.4°C to -10°C. This zone constitutes about a third of the total geographical area of the state. In this region about 140cm of rainfall is recorded annually, mainly during the period July-September. The average snowfall is 150cm per annum and it occurs from November to March, accompanied by ground frosts. Thus space and water heating, as well as cooking, are major requirements and fuel consumption is nearly double the average used in northern India...
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Technologies
010 Stoves
Service type
012 Cooking
Fuels
Wood
Location: continent
Asia
Location: asian countries
India
Keywords
ThermalEfficiency    ColdClimates    ImprovedStove    WoodBurining    MetalStove    BoilingPoint39   

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