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Not a lot of people know this but archaeologists have found prehistoric sites that show evidence of Rocket Stoves in use.
 
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Great pic... but that fire will smoke into the cave and not the tunnel. It needs moved
 
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Jami McBride wrote:Great pic... but that fire will smoke into the cave and not the tunnel. It needs moved



That's a design question I have. Since the exhaust going through the thermal mass will be getting cooler, shouldn't there be a slight drop as the pipe goes along?
 
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Something like this.... where the grey area is insulation or insulated tube.

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Of course the feed tube would be better angled, and the cob on the exit tunnel needs thinned down if your going to feel the warmth.
 
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umm no the feed tube is fine and if you have to cook three squares a day the mass is fine. heat up the cave a treat and keep it warm for long term.
 
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