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Issue 20

Non Biomass Stoves



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Non biomass stoves - 1989

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Editorial

Energy and Environment in Third World

Authors: Peter Pearson
A review of 6 papers presented at a meeting at the University of York in April 1989 of the Third World Energy Policy Study Group and published by the University of Surrey Energy Economics... [more]

Editorial

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Theme Article

Mineral Coal from Kiwira Coal Mines in Duma Wood Stoves

Authors: H Schneiders
At the end of 1987 the Centre for Agricultural Mechanization and Rural Technology (CAMARTEC) and the Special Energy Programme (SEP) of the German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ), initiated... [more]

Use of Non Biomass Stoves in Sri Lanka

Authors: Raneweera Banda
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Simply Living

Authors: Anne Pearce
"Simply Living" is the story of Anne Pearce, a Quaker woman, who lived many years in the Republic of South Africa and initiated the formation of a welfare organisation called Compassion. It is a... [more]

Low Wattage Cookers in Nepal

Authors: Mark Waltham
"Extracts from a Progress Report by Mark Waltham, (ITDG) on "Low-Wattage Cooker Development" in Nepal, October 1989. (This refers to the article "Electricity Storage Cooking" in Boiling Point... [more]

An Investigation - Colombian Kerosene Stove

Authors: Manuel Solis Beltran
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Kerosene and Gas Stoves in Nagercoil

Authors: I Thiagu, Peter Young
Mapping of stoves types and sales in Nagercoil
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New stoves for old

Authors: Keith Bennett
This article considers coal, gas, kerosene and electric stoves as the alternatives to biomass cooking for the developing countries.

Interesting comparisons are drawn with the... [more]

Biochar Briquetting and Burning

Authors: H Johannes
Note: The term biochar used here to refer to char from biomass has changed in meaning in recent years. It now refers to charcoal used to improve soil fertility. For more on this see [more]

Kerosene Wick Stoves

Authors: Niek Verhoeven
This is an extended summary of the Masters's thesis of N.A. Verhoeven submitted to The Faculty of Physics, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, February 1989.
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General Article

Stove Profiles Anagi II

Authors: reproduced from ITDG's "Improved Wood, Waste and Charcoal Burning Stoves
The Anagi II ('excellent' in Sinhalese) is a ceramic stove from Sri Lanka. It has been designed to burn mainly rubber wood but can burn other woods and coconut husks equally well. There are 2 pot... [more]

Stove Profiles Anagi II

Authors: reproduced from ITDG's "Improved Wood, Waste and Charcoal Burning Stoves
The Anagi II ('excellent' in Sinhalese) is a ceramic stove from Sri Lanka. It has been designed to burn mainly rubber wood but can burn other woods and coconut husks equally well. There are 2 pot... [more]

Gourd Roots make good fuel

Authors: E B Schultz, Jr.,Ph.D, W G Bragg,Ph.D, D L Duke and B H Malkani
The Rootfuel Alternative to Scarce Woodfuel in Third World Drylands: Combustion Tests and Socio-Economic Studies

by EB Shultz, Jr., Ph.D. Professor of Engineering and Applied Science,... [more]

The South Indian Clay Crusher

Authors: Tim Jones
This very basic manual crusher was seen by ITDG in a small tile works in Tamil Nadu. It is used to crush down to 3 to 4 mm any stones occurring in the clay, though this does depend on how worn out... [more]





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