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M The Evolution of a Winter Stove - Part 3

by Roger Caffin

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Article Summary:

Dissatisfied with what was commercially available at the time, the author has been working on the design of a lightweight winter canister stove since 2007. (OK, OK, a bit obsessive, but so what?) Several novel features were required of the design, in the interests of versatility, functionality and safety. These features are explained in Part 1. In Part 2 we went into finer technical details about how the features might be implemented and examined all the possible choices. In this Part 3 the final design is presented: there are actually two variants. The choice between them depends primarily on the performance of the burners, but also on their availability from China.

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