Below is an attempt at a translation from the above post using Alta Vista's Babelfish Translator):
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From the time before it had become matter of concern The Bordeaux stove of gasoline fuel Those which were made on an experimental basis before were 8g, but It was the feeling where the thermal power is unsatisfactory a little. It tried making 3 time body for the gas then. Like the photograph, jet is provided in 3 places The failure is to open jet with 0.8 mm diameters The weak thermal power is NG, but above the medium thermal power fearful extent (wry smile) The liquid it puts out, perhaps this one unexpectedly ideal, The mechanism is simple. As for the pipe edge it is crushed After annealing the Φ 2.5*0.5 pipe, it bends suitably When the jet hole of 0.3 mm diameters is bored prudently, it is good, probably will be. With this photograph, the flame collides, becoming red with oxygen deficiency It is. It gushes and direction very is delicate. A little, it is made cyclone, (the sweat) When (hole diameter is too large, to speaking gently, laughing)
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I like the minimal design. I would be curious how a common fuel bottle would attach to such a stove. I presume in these photos that this is simply a lab set up and not a typical backpacking type fuel source.