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Crack Reduction in Clay Stoves: Jigger Jolleying vs Hand Making

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Crack Reduction in Clay Stoves: Jigger Jolleying vs Hand Making
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Hugh Allen
Abstract
I was particularly interested in the conclusions drawn by A. Koopmans in his article (see Boiling Point 31, 1993) about the durability of the liners made on a jigger jolley in Thailand, and the statement, 'The low durability of stoves made by jiggering appears to be common'. The article then goes on to mention CARE's experience in El Obeid, Sudan, where jiggered stoves cracked, while hand-made stoves did not...
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ClayStoves    CrackReduction    BoilingPoint34   

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