M Lightweight Stove Systems for Group Cooking Part 2: Exploring the Effects of Cold Temperatures, Canister Inversion, Snow Melting, and Heat Exchanger Systems
by Ryan Jordan
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In Part 1 of this series, the objectives and equipment systems investigated are discussed. In addition, some moderately cool-temperature baseline studies were performed at temperatures above the freezing point. Finally, a process for predicting fuel requirements for group expeditions using the baseline data was presented as a case study. Be sure to review Part 1 before proceeding with Part 2.
- Series Review
- Part 2 Objectives
- Influence of Temperature on Upright vs. Inverted Canister Systems
- Influence of Temperature
- Melting Snow
- Comments on Snow vs. Water Boil Time and Fuel Consumption Ratios
- Using a Pot With An Integrated Heat Exchanger
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