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|Description=This solar cooker has been designed by Suresh Vaidyarajan - an architect, who has found a simple solution for a tough problem. For the last one year he has been cooking his food in this solar cooker. This is the simplest solar cooker I have ever seen.
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This design can be made from items that people no longer need (rubbish) making it potentially free. There are no tools needed to create this cooker.
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It will be cooking for you in no time!
 
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|Introduction=There is a tremendous shortage of wood, kerosene and fuel for cooking. But can we not use the tremendous heat of the sun to cook food?
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|Introduction=There is a tremendous shortage of wood, kerosene and fuel for cooking in many place in the world. This design uses the sun- a free, re newable source of energy.
 
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|Material=Old car tube.
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Aluminum cooking vessel
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Flat piece of wood
  
plain glass
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Black pot or pan
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|Step_Content=Take an aluminum cooking vessel with a lid. Paint it black from the outside. Put all the ingredients for cooking '''''Khichdi''''' - rice, daal, salt, water etc. in the cooking pot.
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|Step_Content=Get your black pot or pan (if its not black you can make it vlack in a fire). Put all the ingredients for cooking '''''Khichdi''''' - rice, daal, salt, water etc. in the cooking pot.
 
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|Step_Content=What happens? The place in the well of the tube is like a closed cavity. Air neither go out nor come in. The rays of the sun enter the glass and get trapped. Slowly, the temperature of the cooking vessel rises and the '''''Khichdi''''' gets cooked.
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|Step_Content=What happens? The place in the center of the tube is like a closed cavity. Air neither goes out or comes in. The rays of the sun enter the glass and get trapped. Slowly, the temperature of the cooking vessel rises and the '''''Khichdi''''' gets cooked.
 
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Revision as of 14:16, 19 June 2018

Prototype de avatarMarie Beaurain | Categories : Food, Energy

This solar cooker has been designed by Suresh Vaidyarajan - an architect, who has found a simple solution for a tough problem. This design can be made from items that people no longer need (rubbish) making it potentially free. There are no tools needed to create this cooker. It will be cooking for you in no time!

Difficulty
Easy
Duration
30 minute(s)
Cost
10 EUR (€)
Other languages:
English • ‎français
License : Attribution (CC BY)

Introduction

There is a tremendous shortage of wood, kerosene and fuel for cooking in many place in the world. This design uses the sun- a free, re newable source of energy.

Materials

Car inner tube

Flat piece of wood

Black pot or pan

A pain of glass

Emergency blanket

Tools

None :)

Step 1 - Step 1

Take an old car tube. If the tube is punctured get it patched. Inflate the tube and keep it on a wooden board. 




Step 2 - Step 2

Get your black pot or pan (if its not black you can make it vlack in a fire). Put all the ingredients for cooking Khichdi - rice, daal, salt, water etc. in the cooking pot.




Step 3 - Step 3

 Place the cooking vessel inside the tube. Cover the tube with a piece of plain glass. Within three hours the Khichdi will get cooked.




Step 4 - Step 4

What happens? The place in the center of the tube is like a closed cavity. Air neither goes out or comes in. The rays of the sun enter the glass and get trapped. Slowly, the temperature of the cooking vessel rises and the Khichdi gets cooked.




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