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The Sudanese ''Muddy'' Stove

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The Sudanese ''Muddy'' Stove
Authors (non HEDON members)
Sosan Elhassan
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The Muddy stove was found by the Special Energy Project (SEP) to have good thermal efficiency but poor durability when transported and tended to burn rather quickly when fuelled with charcoal made from cotton stalks. The project concluded that if the "muddy" material could be improved the stove could be marketed and help towards achieving the SEP's overall aim of replacing wood charcoal by cotton stalk charcoal as well as lowering energy consumption...
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31
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Technologies
010 Stoves
Location: continent
Africa
Location: African countries
Sudan
Keywords
MuddyStove    BoilingPoint31   

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