Feb 1, 2007 at 5:30 am #1221579
jet is prepared only in the lower ring. The ring of a blue flame was formed around the ring of the bottom which does not have anything by chance. With the work of the latest (bitter smile) JSB where the flame is rioting for the lowness of the diameter of 30mm, a height of 20mm, and processing accuracy, it uses from new comparatively weak fire to powerful fire. Since a YouTube animation is also beautiful, please have a look by all means.Feb 1, 2007 at 6:56 am #1376692
@zkoumalLocale: Prague, CZ
Very nice and clever design. I'd like to try to build this stove, but I need some more technical details:
1) what exactly is the diameter of the jets
2) how do you regulate the gas pressure
3) I suppose the fuel is not premixed with air, isn't it?Feb 1, 2007 at 8:24 pm #1376791Feb 2, 2007 at 2:13 am #1376832
@zkoumalLocale: Prague, CZ
These dimensions and a picture of the whole setup is exactly what I was missing. Thanks.Feb 15, 2007 at 4:50 am #1378602Feb 25, 2007 at 8:45 pm #1380071
過去最高の傑作です さ２５ｍｍ、下側輪２５ｍｍ、上側輪２５ｍｍ>素材 真鍮Φ2.5ｍｍ*0.5ｔ １２ｇ １８０ｍｍ長さ jet 0.3ｍｍ*５個 銅線をスパイダルコイル巻き 5jetですので、JAZZの名曲「テイクファイブ」から名付けました。銅線は優勝者がつける月桂冠みたいなものです、蓄熱効果により炎の途切れる現象をかなり防止してくれます。輪から２ｃｍ外側を手で持っていても燃焼中は気化熱で冷やされますので大丈夫です。その位置に短いシリコンチューブを取り付けておくと滑り止めと、一種の温度センサーにもなります。手の平に乗せて燃焼させるのは困難でしょうがテーブルを焦がすほどではありません。ポット底面高さは、床から５０ｍｍから７０ｍｍが適しているようです。最近、日本製のステンレス三角スタンドが新発売になりました。http://www.kaisoku.org/mart_m/tgia/3grid.html このスタンドは大きさが手頃で使いやすい
it is the highest ever masterpiece. 25mm of bottom rings, and high is 25mm; material copper pipe 2.5mm*0.5t 12g 180mm length jet 0.3mm*5 piece copper wire — spy dull coil volume Since it was 5jet, it named from the excellent piece of music "the Take Five" of JAZZ. Copper wire prevents considerably the phenomenon in which a flame breaks off according to the thermal storage effect which is that a champion attaches. Even if it has 2cm outside by hand from the ring, since it is cooled by evaporation heat, it is OK during combustion. If the short silicone tube is attached in the position, it will also become a skid and a kind of temperature sensor. Putting on a palm and burning it is not like [ which burns a table ], although it will probably be difficult. It seems that, as for pot bottom height, 50 to 70mm is suitable from the floor. Recently, the Japanese-made stainless steel triangular stand was released newly. http://www.kaisoku.org/mart_m/tgia/3grid.html
This stand has a handy size and it tends to use it.Feb 27, 2007 at 7:56 am #1380238
Very cool, Yukio, I'm looking forward to the day I get some more tools and some workspace and can attempt to replicate some of your DIY gas stove work.
I like the idea of using the copper wire to keep some heat on the gas stream to get steady flames.
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