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Title: Environmental Feedback and Anthropometrical Results of a Solar Cooker for Houses in Arid Zones

Abstract: The objective of this project is to determine the environmental feedback and anthropometrical results of a solar cooker incorporated into current economical, compact houses. The methodology used the analysis of a bibliographical survey on the topic, the comparative study between the basic types of kitchen- [through-the-wall?] solar cookers, the evolution of the kitchen and the climate of an arid zone. Subsequently, a diagnosis of the the conditions and local needs has led to proposed integration of cardboard solar cooker into the kitchen window of the house in arid areas.

This proposal adapts the job of cooking and improves the life quality of the solar cook in hot, arid areas. Taking into account the results and conclusions at a theoretical/practical level, improvements were made in household efficacy within the kitchen according to the solar cooker performance.

Authors: Arturo F. Buigues Nollens and Esteban O. Rojos

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