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Satamax Antone : It may only be me and this Mac, but nothing has shown up in/on your new Thread ! Big AL !
 
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Guess that forum doesn't allow direct linking, here they are:



 
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Thanks guys. It works for me anyway. Everything is showing. It's my barbecue core, topped with a refractory plate and barrel cover, to make a pizza oven. It will definately need insulation. But i don't know how yet.
 
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Nice. The opening looks a little small but that may be from the picture. Will you be able to get the pizza in and out of there easily? I would assume that the metal top would be incredibly hot to handle but maybe I am wrong.
 
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The opening is the smallest i could make it, to keep heat inside. About 350cm² for a csa of 324. It's losely based on Peter's horizontal batch rocket. With the venturi port at the back of the bigger firebox. 30x30x50cm firebox, 18x18x88cm heat riser. 70% of the 18x18 csa venturi port. The metal top will need to be insulated. It's radiating too much heat. And doesn't even get that hot!
 
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Curious here on how you built it. Did you install an air intake in the back?

 
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One more question, I am a little confused about the 70% comment...how did you create the venturi? Did you narrow the passage or create a trip?
 
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Rion Mather wrote:Curious here on how you built it. Did you install an air intake in the back?


Rion Mather wrote:One more question, I am a little confused about the 70% comment...how did you create the venturi? Did you narrow the passage or create a trip?



Hi Rion.

Well, narrow the passage. You've never seen a Donkey/Canyon/Peterberg batch rocket?

Here's my barbie build. Not my first rocket barbecue, nor my first horizontal rocket.

http://donkey32.proboards.com/thread/799/barbie-core-horiz

And here the stroy of the developement of the horizontal batchbox.

http://donkey32.proboards.com/thread/511/adventures-horizontal-feed

Hope this clears things up. My build has no concrete. Just the vermiculite a bit squashed to hold the parts together
 
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There are different ways to change pressure, that is why I asked.

I have seen a little of the Peterberg stuff on the internet. I have no idea who Canyon is and Donkey has a board.
 
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Satamax, Since the links don't work from the other site, why don't you just post the pictures of your builds on here?
 
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Rion Mather wrote:Satamax, Since the links don't work from the other site, why don't you just post the pictures of your builds on here?



Rion, the thing is, i never sussed they didn't work, as they work for me! You've fixed it your way. Then, i'll try to remember next time i post something here.

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