Loading...
 

Research into integrating a wood/charcoal stove into building design

Rating
(0)
Title
Research into integrating a wood/charcoal stove into building design
Authors (non HEDON members)
N K Bansal, M S Bhandari
Abstract
An idea for integrating a cooking stove in the kitchen into the design of a building has been investigated for space heating in cold climatic conditions. The exhaust gases from the cooking stove are made to flow through a cavity wall, which acts like a chimney. The wall stores the heat during cooking hours and keeps the inside space at a comfortable temperature provided the heat loss rate from the building does not exceed 0.5 W/m2degK.
Journal Section
Theme Articles

Skip this section (the following 4 fields are to be filled by Boiling Point moderators only)

Issue
38
Icon picture
Submitter
miriam@hedon.info

Assign categories (end of moderators only section)

Technologies
010 Stoves
Service type
012 Cooking
Fuels
Wood
Charcoal
Keywords
HeatTransfer    Combustion    Efficiency    IntegratingWoodCharcoal    BoilingPoint38   

Article body in English

Page name EN
BP38_ResearchIntoIntegratingAWoodOrCharcoalStoveIntoBuildingDesign


  • A practitioner's journal on household energy, stoves and poverty reduction.



Upcoming Events

No records to display
Show php error messages