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[[Image:Tanoor.jpg|thumb]]In the summer or 2008, [[Amir Komarizade]] of [[Iran]] built a small version of the device that he had modeling in his Master's Thesis in the science of energy in 2004. The result is the '''Tanoor''' (Semi automatic, Fixed Focal-Point, Polar-Mounting Solar Cooker).
 
[[Image:Tanoor.jpg|thumb]]In the summer or 2008, [[Amir Komarizade]] of [[Iran]] built a small version of the device that he had modeling in his Master's Thesis in the science of energy in 2004. The result is the '''Tanoor''' (Semi automatic, Fixed Focal-Point, Polar-Mounting Solar Cooker).
   
 
==See also==
 
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*[[Solar tracking]]
 
*[[Media:Tanoor.pdf|More information about this cooker]]
 
*[[Media:Tanoor.pdf|More information about this cooker]]
*[[Amir Komarizade]]
 
   
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==Contact==
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{{See|Amir Komarizade}}
 
[[Category:Solar cooker designs]]
 
[[Category:Solar cooker designs]]
 
[[Category:Iran]]
 
[[Category:Iran]]
 
[[Category:Parabolic solar cooker designs]]
 
[[Category:Parabolic solar cooker designs]]
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[[Category:Tracking systems]]

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Tanoor
In the summer or 2008, Amir Komarizade of Iran built a small version of the device that he had modeling in his Master's Thesis in the science of energy in 2004. The result is the Tanoor (Semi automatic, Fixed Focal-Point, Polar-Mounting Solar Cooker).

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See Amir Komarizade.

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