Fofana, Mustapha S.
Renewable energy cooking environments have evolved since humans learned to utilize fire as a tool. The purpose of this project is to update this technology to assimilate into a modern kitchen. The process involves modifying an antiquated, wood-burning stove's combustion chamber, cooking surface, and exhaust system. With the correct modifications, a modern cooking stove can use renewable resources to efficiently and safely cook a meal for a full size family. Testing was done to ensure the newly-designed safety measures functioned as intended, while allowing the user to prepare a meal within similar time constraints of other modern stoves.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Major Qualifying Project
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