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i agree that this the best system to let them slide by theirselves inside the stove. i have seen other system that the intake is not vertical but inclinated. It could be that by placing them verticaly you have a guaranteed slide but they may get burned waay too fast.It would be intresting though to see a system that has an adjustable intake.. so according to how fast you want to produce heat, you will be adjusting the inclination. Vertical will be maximume intake rate
thanx a lot. you are right, i know that the factors are a lot. i found this video in the meanwhile. Its a 6" wide rocket stove, the guy burn pallete wood and it takes about 45' to burn a volume of aprox. 2'x6" of wood that fit in his intakehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sm80XdOLLi4
thanx a lot. you are right, i know that the factors are a lot. i found this video in the meanwhile. Its a 6" wide rocket stove, the guy burn pallete wood and it takes about 45' to burn a volume of 1'x6" of wood that fit in his intakehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sm80XdOLLi4
hello instructablers!i am about to start building a rocket stove. I am loking for information on how long does it take for the wood to get burned, but i cannot find anything. I know that it depends on the kind of wood i will use, on the dimentions of the opening that the air is sucked from,on how big is the stove., etcI need to know aproximately how often your oven need to be refilled with an average hard wood. I would like to heat a space with that system but i would like to do other things at the same time and not have in mind of the stove to be refilled too often.. Does anyone have an idea aproximately about those times?
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no, i cutted the parts on a carpenters professional saw table. There is no so much detail to need a cnc. Its important to have perfect vertical cuttings. otherwise the 'floors' will not fit-seal the gap, when they will sit on each other.If you want to cut the parts on cnc, i have attached the rhinoceros 3d file of my design. There is the 3d as well as the 2d plans that you can use in cnc
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