Solar cookers & dryers part 3

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  • Solar cookers & dryers part 3

    1. 1. Energy & EnvironmentThis PowerPoint presentation is developed and created By:
    2. 2. Concentrator Type Cooker This cooker can produce a temperature of over 200 °C Parabolic Reflecting material is used toConcentrate the Rays This is the Focus point, where the rays are concentrated to.
    3. 3. Concentrator Type Cooker •The sun changes position throughout the day so this type of cooker needs to track the sunlight. •The user needs to be in the sun at all times •It is good for cooking lots of food at the same time, e.g. in a hostel
    4. 4. Its box shape is very good at Trapping HeatThis cooker canproduce a This is thetemperature of outside150 °C reflecting lid. It Concentrates the rays.It can also cook This is afood using glass lidboiling water that Traps the Heatat100 °C and uses the greenhouse effect It has a black bottom inside that Converts light to heat energy It also has reflective It has insulated sides and internal walls to bottom to Trap Heat concentrate the rays
    5. 5. •The user muststand in the sun touse it.•The cooker is smalland portable so it iseasy to move to facethe sunlight.•This type of solar cookeris good for cooking foodusing boiling water.
    6. 6. It has large parabolic dishes for use in indoor community kitchens.It tracks the sun’s movement usingbike chains and a clock. It reflectsthe concentrated rays onto a fixedpoint.
    7. 7. Sometimes theconcentratedsunlight enters anearby kitchendirectly to strike acooking pot orfrying surface.Or sometimes it’sused to createsteam which istransported bypipes to a nearbykitchen
    8. 8. •Cut food into smaller pieces •Use minimum amount of water This increases the surface e.g. in rice area of the food so that it this will decrease the amount will cook quicker. of time it takes to cook. Do not open the cooker for stirring as heat will escape The time to cook may be longer than normal. Dependent on climate and sun.
    9. 9. Advantages•Solar cookers do not require fuel•Solar cookers can be used to boil water that can then be used inside•Concentrator cookers are useful when there are lots of mealsto be prepared at the same timeDisadvantages•Most do not work at night•Concentrator type cookers need to follow the sun•Some require constant attendance while cooking.•Most require level land•Most are too tall for women who like to cook sitting

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