Kyrt Ryder wrote:
Joshua Myrvaagnes wrote:I second Bill's thing and suburban smokeless solution--i don't know enough about it to know if it's realistic but to keep the smoke to a cookout level. Ideally it should be less--the particulate emission is especially an issue ecologically in urban areas. New scientist just ran another article saying people have to stop burning wood--though not examining the embodied energy of natural gas. But if there's a way to reburn that smoke it helps. Thanks.
This runs on Rocket Combustion Technology. Once the fire takes off there isn't any noteworthy smoke for the duration of the burn. All that smoke combusts to increase the heat in the oven.
I would definitely like to see PDF plans, especially with a few variations [smaller models, one with the sunken burn tunnel like Erica mentions on one of the videos in the other Rocket Oven thread, possibly one that is heavily loaded with mass for the purpose of being a hyper efficient form of the traditional pizza oven for a community, or a family that likes to do massive cooking once a month and freeze meals in advance, or for Pizza first, then bread/pie/etc followed at the end with a slow roast or stock pot.
Congratulations on the record rapid funding Paul.