Notes about Haiti and TLUD Cookstoves

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A presentation on 24 April 2012 by Dr TLUD (Paul S. Anderson, PhD) to the University of Illinois RSO for Clean Stoves for Haiti.

A presentation on 24 April 2012 by Dr TLUD (Paul S. Anderson, PhD) to the University of Illinois RSO for Clean Stoves for Haiti.

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  • 1. Notes about Haiti and TLUD Cookstoves April 2012 Presentation to the Univ of Illinois RSO for Clean Stoves for Haiti 24 April 2012 Paul S. Anderson “Dr TLUD” psanders@ilstu.edu
  • 2. Cultural Settings in Haiti
  • 3. StreetScenes in Port au Prince
  • 4. Tap TapTransportation
  • 5. Views into a Market inPort au Prince
  • 6. Toilet Project from Finland(Not is use; no place to compost the humanure.)
  • 7. Friends
  • 8. House in Cap Haitien (where I stayed.)
  • 9. Kara Grant and Wilson H’Odiore who can assist in Haiti.Photo is at the Matthew 25 Guesthouse.
  • 10. Traditional Cooking
  • 11. Charcoal Stoves(one of several types)
  • 12. Three-Stone Fires
  • 13. A Selection of Pots
  • 14. Skilled Tinsmith and His Stoves in Cap Haitien, Haiti
  • 15. Fuels
  • 16. Woody trimmings from the street. Find fuels where you can.Still notdry afullweekaftercutting.
  • 17. Crushed Cane Bagasse Burns well in TChar and other TLUD gasifier stoves, but has short duration because of low density.
  • 18. Preparing bundles ofcrushed cane bagasse
  • 19. “Easy Biopress” operated by Ron Gorley of EWBGCP
  • 20. One Model of Briquette Mold that produces segmented fuelsappropriate for TLUD gasifer stoves
  • 21. TChar Stoves in Operation
  • 22. TChar TLUD on a NewCharcoal Stove
  • 23. TChar Unit with Tall fuel chamber
  • 24. 3-StoneTChar Unit
  • 25. Fried Plantains
  • 26. TLUD Stove Fabrication
  • 27. Tools for TChar Stove Fabrication (Some are not essential.)
  • 28. Center Punch & 30o Notcher
  • 29. Nut-driver for sheet metal screws andchisel to make slots
  • 30. Facilities of JoelDucasse in Arcahiaefor making stoves
  • 31. Barrel-size Biochar Production (TChar-style) with crushed cane bagasse as fuel. April 2012 Limonade, Haiti,
  • 32. Discussion and Links/Contacts• Website: www.drtlud.com• Email of Dr TLUD: psanders@ilstu.edu