Re: [WoodGas] keeping the flame burning
- On Jan 22, 2007, at 6:41 PM, leslie_k_o wrote:
> I hit on a good alternative. I know gas torched and bunson burnersThat's sensible. I have been wondering about creating better fuel/
> keep light. It is a matter of air to gas mixture. I inserted a 1.5
> in stainles steel flex pipe 3 inches into a 12 inch long pice of 2.5
> in metal conduent. there is a 1 inch hole between 2.5 and 3.5 in.from
> the end in the 2.5 in tube at the ss tube end. Once ignited it
> maintaines the flame. it burnes from 1/2 the was up the tumbe and
> continues to birm well beyond the end of the 12 long pice. there was
> little wind when tested (it ran for 4 hours). A 5 gas bucket can be
> added as a shild in windy conitions.
air mixing and it looks like you found a good way to do it.
How about adding a spiral-shaped piece of sheet metal inside the
inner cylinder to induce a vortex in the exhaust?
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