|Theoretical Pros||Theoretical Cons|
|No expensive/toxic duct||Harder to build|
|No chimney means no permits||Potentially harder to clean|
|Keeps exhaust (heat) in the system longer||Steam may weaken cob|
|Sequesters Co2||Hotter cob surface on half the mass|
|More compact||More compact|
thomas rubino wrote:
My opinion is, I don't think it will work.
Here's why) I think the J tube will quickly stall and start back flowing up the feed tube.
Any fire needs to vent, it will locate the closest, easiest way to do so.
Mike Haasl wrote:With your orientation of the Tesla valve, wouldn't it be stopping the flow of the exhaust gasses?