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This design is based on solar area of 1 m<sup>2</sup> that equates to approximately 1000 watts of solar energy. Each rib is 0.1 m apart and 11 ribs are required to make the shape (including the two wooden ends). Each rib has a different radius depending on its location.
 
This design is based on solar area of 1 m<sup>2</sup> that equates to approximately 1000 watts of solar energy. Each rib is 0.1 m apart and 11 ribs are required to make the shape (including the two wooden ends). Each rib has a different radius depending on its location.
   
 
==External links==
 
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*[http://www.sunspot.org.uk/Solar1000/solar1000.htm Plans for building a Solar 1000 cooker]
 
*[http://www.sunspot.org.uk/Solar1000/solar1000.htm Plans for building a Solar 1000 cooker]
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Solar 1000

This design is based on solar area of 1 m2 that equates to approximately 1000 watts of solar energy. Each rib is 0.1 m apart and 11 ribs are required to make the shape (including the two wooden ends). Each rib has a different radius depending on its location.

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