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===Description===
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This design from [[Roger Bernard]] is a very light and simple [[solar panel cooker]] that was the inspiration for the popular [[CooKit]].. It is made mainly doing some cuts in a rectangular [[cardboard]] box and lining it up with some [[reflective material]]. The cooking recipient has to be black and incorporate some material to induce the [[greenhouse effect]], such as a [[plastic bag]] or a glass bowl. Its size allows to cook small quantities of food, for one person.
This design from [[Roger Bernard]], is a portable solar cooker, very light and simple. It is made mainly doing some cuts in a rectangular cardboard box and lining it up with some reflecting material. The cooking recipient has to be black and incorporate some material to induce the greenhouse effect, such as a plastic bag or a glass bowl. Its size allows to cook small quantities of food, for one person.
 
   
 
===Materials===
 
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===Dimensions/Weight===
 
===Dimensions/Weight===
Dimensions: Bottom, approximately 23 x 25 cm, and height of 30 cm.
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*'''Dimensions:''' Bottom, approximately 23 x 25 cm, and height of 30 cm.
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*'''Weight:''' Very light (usually less than 1kg).
Weight: Very light (usually less than 1kg).
 
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
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Villeurbanne<br>
 
Villeurbanne<br>
 
[[France]]
 
[[France]]
 
Tel: +33 721, 69 622
 
 
[[Category:Solar cooker designs]]
 
[[Category:Solar cooker designs]]
 
[[Category:Solar panel cooker designs]]
 
[[Category:Solar panel cooker designs]]

Latest revision as of 22:31, May 25, 2015

Last updated: May 25, 2015      

This design from Roger Bernard is a very light and simple solar panel cooker that was the inspiration for the popular CooKit.. It is made mainly doing some cuts in a rectangular cardboard box and lining it up with some reflective material. The cooking recipient has to be black and incorporate some material to induce the greenhouse effect, such as a plastic bag or a glass bowl. Its size allows to cook small quantities of food, for one person.

MaterialsEdit

Cardboard box, reflecting material (aluminium paper) and glue.

Dimensions/WeightEdit

  • Dimensions: Bottom, approximately 23 x 25 cm, and height of 30 cm.
  • Weight: Very light (usually less than 1kg).

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

ContactEdit

Roger Bernard
The Association Lyonnaise pour l'Etude et le Developpement de l'Energie Solaire
A.L.E.D.E.S Université de Lyon
Villeurbanne
France

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