use of a conductor in transferring heat from a solar panel to a solar cooker

by Horty
(KENYA)

I am trying to make a solar cooker and the
main challenge is how to transfer heat from the sun to the cooker

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Feb 10, 2015
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Solar transfer
by: Cal Griggs

I have made many solar cookers both box and panel (Cookit) types and have found that the reflective panel works best for me with a 65 to 67 degree angle to the food.

Good luck. If you need more information you can contact me at email: solar.cooking@yahoo.com

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