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Yukio Yamakawa

Locale: Tokyo,JAPAN
Pepsi-Chimney stove on 04/01/2007 09:30:17 MDT Print View

Nec_0034c あの有名な、ペプシ缶ストーブをブラッシュアップして21世紀に再登場させました。




左側は、改良前  右側は、改良後 高さを低くしました。45mmです。煙突部分に切れ目を入れてあります。下からの空気との混合を良くするように羽根の形に工夫してあります。

Edited by JSBJSB on 04/01/2007 09:36:18 MDT.

James Pitts
(jjpitts) - F

Locale: Midwest US
Re: Pepsi-Chimney stove on 04/01/2007 09:53:19 MDT Print View

My thoughts exactly!

Brett .
(Brett1234) - F

Locale: CA
re:Pepsi-Chimney stove on 04/01/2007 10:24:04 MDT Print View

Maybe our experienced stove designers will understand the significance of his design. Here's a crude translation..
Miguel, help please?

Rough translation..
Regarding the famous pepsi-can stoves from the 21st century, there is usually an oxygen deficiency. Installing a smokestack in the center removes this problem. Clean combustion is achieved.
Inhalation (of oxygen) takes place at the base. There are still many points to be improved, but this is designated version 1.0.
Fiberglass insulation is wound around the outer part of the smokestack, inducing quick evaporation(of fuel). It is about 60mm in total height.
The left side(picture?) shows the old 60mm model. The right side(picture?) shows the improved low 45 mm model.
A break(vent?) is inserted in the smokestack part. In order to improve the mixture of air(with fuel), it (the vent?) is devised in a feather shape.

edited: replaced cm with mm

Edited by Brett1234 on 04/02/2007 09:16:26 MDT.

Adam Kilpatrick
(oysters) - MLife

Locale: South Australia
Nice design on 04/01/2007 22:19:56 MDT Print View

I was looking at doing something similar a couple of years ago when I started making pepsi a cat stoves. Was going to make a combination of a pika type stove with a chimney but thought it would be difficult to seal the ring at the bottm for fuel. Obviously these guys have managed it-would be great to see some plans/detailed drawings

ian wright
(ianwright) - F

Locale: Photo - Mt Everest - 1980
stove on 04/02/2007 05:09:06 MDT Print View

60 millimetres is what you meant !

I'd like to see larger photos for the detail
as it seems to be burning very efficiently.

Jozu desu ne !

Yukio Yamakawa

Locale: Tokyo,JAPAN
Re: stove on 04/02/2007 07:36:35 MDT Print View


diameter=65mm   hight=45mm

My Hp is below.

Edited by JSBJSB on 04/02/2007 07:37:41 MDT.