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

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Notes about Haiti and TLUD Cookstoves

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

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