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===Some current projects are:===
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===Current projects===
 
* Continue to build and test EB Cooker Prototypes including a multisided version of our double cone EB Cooker
 
* Continue to build and test EB Cooker Prototypes including a multisided version of our double cone EB Cooker
 
* Evaluate the performance of cookers using our data aquisition system
 
* Evaluate the performance of cookers using our data aquisition system
 
* Use ray tracing to evaluate the performance of panel cookers
 
* Use ray tracing to evaluate the performance of panel cookers
   
===Other Solar Cooking Interests:===
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===Other Solar Cooking Interests===
 
* Continue our search for better reflective materials
 
* Continue our search for better reflective materials
 
* Review the performance of funnel cookers
 
* Review the performance of funnel cookers

Revision as of 17:33, October 12, 2013


Earthbound EB-42T
Earthbound Cooker
Tom SponheimAdded by Tom Sponheim

Current projects

  • Continue to build and test EB Cooker Prototypes including a multisided version of our double cone EB Cooker
  • Evaluate the performance of cookers using our data aquisition system
  • Use ray tracing to evaluate the performance of panel cookers

Other Solar Cooking Interests

  • Continue our search for better reflective materials
  • Review the performance of funnel cookers
  • Increase the power flow into box cookers by optimizng the size and orientation of reflectors.

News and recent developments

EB Hybrid Parabolic Cooker, 2-5-13
The EB Hybrid Parabolic Cooker being winter tested in Massachusetts, USA.
Paul HedrickAdded by Paul Hedrick
  • February 2013: The EB Hybrid Parabolic Cooker is currently being tested. It is our newest cooker. It is primarily a multi-sided parabolic solar cooker with the outermost section replaced with a conic section. Testing midwinter in Massachusetts shows that it can produce more than enough heat for cooking.
  • July 26, 2008: We cooked a complete meal for 15 people completely in the sun and did a presentation on solar cooking after the meal. It was a complete meal including appetizers, main course and dessert. This attracted enough attention to have the local TV station send a photographer and we had our moment on fame on the local news.

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Contact

See William Bradley.

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