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The '''Chari Solar Trough Cooker''' is designed to have the cooking surface indoors. This is accomplished by having the trough style solar collector mounted on the roof, or other suitable sunny location. The reflector uses a novel simplified one-axis tracking system. Sun rays are focussed unto a pipe containing water to create steam. The steam is sent to the kitchen through insulated pipes and passes through a heat exchanger, which then heats the cooking table.
 
   
[[R.B. Chari]], working in Hyderabad, A.P., [[India]] is the designer. The cooking surface is similar to a more conventional kitchen gas range cooktop. The steam, separated by the heat exchanger, means there is no direct contact with cooking utensils. The unit has been tested in India, and it is able to provide adequate heat to cook from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. without using the steam accumulator. With the steam accumulator, cooking can be done at any time. The cooking system is currently available for $2,136 USD. This design is available for others to commercialize. Contact [[R.B. Chari]] for further information.
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The '''Chari Solar Trough Cooker''' is designed to have the cooking surface indoors. This is accomplished by having the trough style solar collector mounted on the roof, or other suitable sunny location. The reflector uses a novel simplified one-axis tracking system. Sun rays are focussed unto a pipe containing water to create steam. The steam is sent to the kitchen through insulated pipes and passes through a heat exchanger, which then heats the cooking table.
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[[R.B. Chari]], working in Hyderabad, {{State|Andhra Pradesh}}, [[India]] is the designer. The cooking surface is similar to a more conventional kitchen gas range cooktop. The steam, separated by the heat exchanger, means there is no direct contact with cooking utensils. The unit has been tested in India, and it is able to provide adequate heat to cook from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. without using the steam accumulator. With the steam accumulator, cooking can be done at any time. The cooking system is currently available for $2,136 USD. This design is available for others to commercialize. Contact [[R.B. Chari]] for further information.
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==Audio and video==
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[[File:Chari solar trough cooker 3-2013|thumb|none|400px|the [[Chari Solar Trough Cooker]]]]
   
 
==Contact==
 
==Contact==
R.B. Chari<br>
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R.B. Chari<br />
Hyderabad, A.P.<br>
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Hyderabad, {{State|Andhra Pradesh}}<br />
 
[[India]]
 
[[India]]
   
Tel: +91 040 23026418<br>
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Tel: +91 040 23026418<br />
 
Mobile: +91 9441261145
 
Mobile: +91 9441261145
   
Email: [mailto:rbcsolar@yahoo.com rbcsolar@yahoo.com]
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Email: [mailto:rbcsolar@yahoo.com rbcsolar@yahoo.com]
 
[[Category:Solar cooker designs]]
 
[[Category:Solar cooker designs]]
 
[[Category:Solar trough cooker designs]]
 
[[Category:Solar trough cooker designs]]
 
[[Category:Institutional solar cookers]]
 
[[Category:Institutional solar cookers]]
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[[Category:Andhra Pradesh]]

Latest revision as of 18:06, September 29, 2013


The Chari Solar Trough Cooker is designed to have the cooking surface indoors. This is accomplished by having the trough style solar collector mounted on the roof, or other suitable sunny location. The reflector uses a novel simplified one-axis tracking system. Sun rays are focussed unto a pipe containing water to create steam. The steam is sent to the kitchen through insulated pipes and passes through a heat exchanger, which then heats the cooking table.

R.B. Chari, working in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India is the designer. The cooking surface is similar to a more conventional kitchen gas range cooktop. The steam, separated by the heat exchanger, means there is no direct contact with cooking utensils. The unit has been tested in India, and it is able to provide adequate heat to cook from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. without using the steam accumulator. With the steam accumulator, cooking can be done at any time. The cooking system is currently available for $2,136 USD. This design is available for others to commercialize. Contact R.B. Chari for further information.

Audio and videoEdit

Chari solar trough cooker 3-2013(06:47)
the Chari Solar Trough Cooker
Paul HedrickAdded by Paul Hedrick

ContactEdit

R.B. Chari
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
India

Tel: +91 040 23026418
Mobile: +91 9441261145

Email: rbcsolar@yahoo.com

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