Orin Raichart wrote:Has anyone put the p channel under the box instead of on top? (seems to me the air intake would be inline with the flow of flame and gas instead of being forced downwards which disrupts the horizontal flow....yes, I know I would have to blow/clean the p channel out if it was placed on the bottom) ?
Orin Raichart wrote:In Option 1, how long does my 6" riser have to be? Kirk Mobert's doesn't seem to be as tall as described by the spreadsheets or formula for these types of stoves. The answer seems to be 43" for a 6".... can it be 32 to 36" and work correctly?
John Goodbody wrote:Last of the 3 was so pronounced that sent the house vibrating before I maneged to grab phone and make this clip.
John Goodbody wrote:In another thread I also mentioned that during last two firings, the draw was breaking up, sounding almost like steam train, rather than rocket.
Does this hint anything to anyone?
Anyone had same issue?
Graham Chiu wrote:His temperatures aren't that high either; 400 deg C at the top of his riser when I believe Peter was getting 1300 deg C.
Graham Chiu wrote:With 130 mm pipe I would have wrapped the blanket around the pipe and then burnt the steel pipe out over time. I presume that's acceptable
Ron Curtis wrote:I am thinking of refractory bricks for the feed and chamber and refractory tubes 4 x 33cm for the riser
Mart Hale wrote:
I want to make a mold for making rocket oven cores with air crete for Peter's Van design.
I am curious where I can find more information about the molds made that have been tested.