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[[File:Republican_photo.jpg|thumb|right|Dr. William Bradley]]
 
[[File:Republican_photo.jpg|thumb|right|Dr. William Bradley]]
 
Dr. [[William Bradley]] is Professor Emeritus at Western New England University and works with [[Earthbound Tech]]. He has designed, built and analyzed solar cookers and solarcooked since 1990. He also has taught several solar cooking classes and cooker building workshops.
 
Dr. [[William Bradley]] is Professor Emeritus at Western New England University and works with [[Earthbound Tech]]. He has designed, built and analyzed solar cookers and solarcooked since 1990. He also has taught several solar cooking classes and cooker building workshops.
 
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==Recent news and developments==
 
==Recent news and developments==
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[[File:Earthbound_Tech_cooker_test,_5-3-14.jpg|thumb|300px|Reciprocal light testing,'' (Earthbound Technology photo)'']]
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*'''April 2014: A photo is used to evaluate solar cooker output''' [[William Bradley]], founder of [[Earthbound Technology]], has been working on developing a new approach for analizing the potential performance output for [[solar panel cooker]] and [[parabolic solar cooker]]s. It involves photographing the cookpot as the light source in controlled light conditions, and measuring the reflected light. Read a summary at: [[Media:Recipical_Photo_Test,_William_Bradley,_4-16-14.pdf| Reciprocal Photo Test for Measuring Solar Cooker Performance]], and more detail is linked to here: [http://www.earthboundtech.com/cookerperformanceeval.htm Solar Cooker Performance Evaluation by Reciprocity with Photographic Analysis]
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[[File:EB_Hybrid_Parabolic_Cooker,_2-5-13.jpg|thumb|300px|The EB Hybrid Parabolic Cooker being winter tested in {{state|Massachusetts}}, [[USA]].]]
 
[[File:EB_Hybrid_Parabolic_Cooker,_2-5-13.jpg|thumb|300px|The EB Hybrid Parabolic Cooker being winter tested in {{state|Massachusetts}}, [[USA]].]]
*'''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.
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*'''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.
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==Audio and video==
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*'''July 2014:'''
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:[[File:Bradley Reciprocal Optical Test for Measuring Solar Cooker Performance|thumb|none|400 px]]
   
 
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Republican photo

Dr. William Bradley

Dr. William Bradley is Professor Emeritus at Western New England University and works with Earthbound Tech. He has designed, built and analyzed solar cookers and solarcooked since 1990. He also has taught several solar cooking classes and cooker building workshops.

Recent news and developmentsEdit

Earthbound Tech cooker test, 5-3-14

Reciprocal light testing, (Earthbound Technology photo)

EB Hybrid Parabolic Cooker, 2-5-13

The EB Hybrid Parabolic Cooker being winter tested in Massachusetts, USA.

  • 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.


Audio and videoEdit

  • July 2014:
Bradley Reciprocal Optical Test for Measuring Solar Cooker Performance10:48

Bradley Reciprocal Optical Test for Measuring Solar Cooker Performance

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

ContactEdit

30 Birchland Av.
Springfield, Massachusetts 01119
USA

Tel: +1 (413) 783-9110
Mobile: +1 (413) 351-6078

billbradleysr@msn.com

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