David Baillie wrote:premium side and in my opinion its a superior design to the imbert units.
David Baillie wrote:If you peruse things you will notice a definite line in the sand. The more south you go the more likely they will use raw wood gasifiers as you go north into the wood heating regions charcoal starts to dominate. That is exactly as it worked out in Europe during the second world war as well. Sweden, Norway charcoal france Wood, Germany in the middle.
David Baillie wrote:Think of it as splitting the gasification process into two parts. Burn down the wood for heat in a stove in the greenhouse then use the cooled and graded coals to do work.
David Baillie wrote: A video... one of mine
Mike Jay wrote:Mark - Thanks for the list of YouTube videos!!! That will keep me busy for quite a while! I'm starting to think wood gas isn't as impossible as I did three hours ago
Eric Hanson wrote:Is this a theoretical number or an actual recorded rate?
Mark Cunningham wrote: I've read of conversion rates exceeding 60 -> 70%.
Mike Jay wrote: Wood Gas: Heat Engine: TEG (Thermal Electric Generator): Steam Engine:
Dale Hodgins wrote: investigate carefully