I was trying to build this based on pics and vids I had seen because I have had little luck finding anything detailed.
As I built it and saw it "in person" it occurred to me that there must be some ratios that are important to know as far as the flow of fire and heat go.
I would greatly appreciate any tips I could get from the members here.
I'll try to include all I have in the 1st post and keep it updated if asked so ppl don't have to read the entire thread.
As you will see from the images I am restricted on length and width.
I could go higher but from what I have seen there is little point.
What I am not sure about is the correct ratios to make sure I have the "rocket" effect and draw I need.
I will bring up the sides of the firebox to just under the SS cooking surface you will see in the picks
I will fill up the empty space as in the video clip.
I will use the two shaved fire brick as the two humps for the small pot areas.
They two will be just below the pot bottoms.
So here are my questions:
based on the dimensions in the images of my brick frame.
Q: How much space between my square SS cooking surface and the fill under it?
Q: How large should the holes be that move heat from main area to small pot areas?
Q: Any idea what size a SS venturi tube (pic below) should be?
Q: Any idea what the hole size from small pot to chimney pipe?
Q: Chimney pipe diameter?
THANKS VERY MUCH!
EXTRA resources that might be useful:
VENTURI CONE similar to image I saw in one foreign video
Would LOVE to know the proper ratios so I could make something like this
to use between mail area and two small pot areas.