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Clean cooking energy for india

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Made presentation at Lamakan, Hyderabad

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Clean cooking energy for india

  1. 1. Dr. N. Sai Bhaskar Reddy saibhaskarnakka@gmail.com 3rdJanuary2016
  2. 2. Environment Poverty Family Women and Children Biomass Conservation Climate Change Drudgery HealthSustainability
  3. 3. http://cleancookstoves.org/binary-data/RESOURCE/file/000/000/204-1.pdf
  4. 4. Heaps of fuel wood burnt – loss of biomass
  5. 5. PROSOPIS JULIFLORA MAIN SOURCE
  6. 6. FIRE SMOKE CHARCOAL ASH
  7. 7. Types of stoves
  8. 8. PRIMARY AIR (CONTROL OPTIONAL) AIR FROM SIDES WITH FAN OR NATURAL DRAFT (SHUTTER TO CONTROL THE NATURAL DRAFT) SECONDARY AIR Stove Design by: Dr. N. Sai Bhaskar Reddy, CEO, GEO (April, 2010) http://www.goodstove.com FUEL STICKS CHARCOAL WOOD SHAVINGS SAW DUST BRIQUETTES PELLETS TLUD WOODGAS COMBUSTION CHAMBER OPTIONAL
  9. 9. SECONDARY AIR PRIMARY AIR FUEL STICKS / CHIPS OF WOOD / DRY LEAVES / HUSK DETACHABLE STEEL GRATE & OPENING FOR REMOVING ASH (OPTIONAL) PYROLYSIS ZONE COVER LID (to control the excess primary air when fuel wood is less) 45 Deg. OPTIONAL SECONDARY WOODGAS FRAME 3 6 5 1 2 4 8 GRAVITY FUELWOOD FEEDING SLOPE 7 AVAN STOVE
  10. 10. Top coverand pot rest Combustion chamber Primaryair holes for pyrolysis Secondaryair holes 12v DCfan for forcedair
  11. 11. Opening for air flow underneath the sticks Fuel wood Base Platform
  12. 12. Secondary Air Side Air Primary Air Side Air
  13. 13. KITCHEN LAB EXPERIMENTS
  14. 14. Good Stoves – Community participation in design and adaptation
  15. 15. Low-Cost Wood Gas Stoves designed with community participation
  16. 16. Good Stoves
  17. 17. “Good Stove” for the Primary school
  18. 18. OPEN HOUSE STOVE PLACE
  19. 19. GOOD STOVES ADOPTATION FACTORS
  20. 20. Distribution of household cooking fuel use in India in 2005
  21. 21. Plants Stoves Biochar Soil Fertility Carbon Sequestration Emission reduction Water conservation Energy Emissions reduction Biomass conservation Biochar as byproduct Carbon as biochar Water and fertilizers conservation Carbon sequestration Note: Presenter has designed low cost highly efficient 50 good stoves that produce biochar as a byproduct. http://goodstove.com Also see the book Understanding Stoves http://metameta.nl/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Understanding-Stoves-okt-10-webversion.pdf
  22. 22. BIOCHAR PRODUCING STOVES
  23. 23. INCREASE IN YIELD AND PRODUCTION
  24. 24. CULTURAL SPIRITUAL BELIEFS RITUALS FESTIVALS ALTARS CREMATION SOURCES (BIOMASS) GOOD STOVES •TLUDs •Other stoves CROP RESIDUE POULTRY LITTER WASTE MANAGEM ENT •Sludge PRACTICES FOOD PRESERV ING FOOD CLEANING MEDICINE MATTRESS TOOTH POWDER AIR QUALITY • CO2 / CH4 WATER TREATM ENT AQUARI UM / TERRARI UMS BIOCHAR BRICKS BIOCHAR URINALS SOAK PITS FILTERIN G MEDIA INSECT REPELLE NT SOIL AMENDMENT INCREASED PRODUCTI ON SOIL TEMPERAT URE REGULATE D MOISTURE RETENTION WATER CONSERVA TION NITROGEN / PHOSPHOR OUS RETENTION NURSERIES PESTICIDES ADBSORBTI ON SOIL MICROBES DENSITY INCREASE BIOCHAR COMPOST EARTHWO RMS INCREASE TERMITES / ANTS REPULSION CARBON SEQUESTR ATION ANIMALS POULTRY - CH4 REDUCTION LIVESTOCK - URINE AND DUNG FYM / COMPOST BIOMASS BIOCHAR ENERGY
  25. 25. JAGGERYCOMPOST BIOCHAR SOIL MICROBES GREEN MULCH
  26. 26. TEST PLOTS CONTROL BIOCHAR COMPOST 4 KGS 8 KGS 12 KGS
  27. 27. Book published by MetaMeta, Netherlands, August 2014 http://metameta.nl http://goodstove.com

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