THE FABRICATION OF A SINGLE FACE PRESSURIZED KEROSENE COOKER
This project is concerned with the fabrication of as a single face pressurized kerosene cooker. The report shows the possible way in which the above mentioned can be designed, fabricated and maintained.
Its also shows the strength and properties of the materials it is made of.
Defects of the equipment can come through inability to maintain and inability to use well.
It can be due to irregular cleaning of pressurized parts, exposure to rain, moisture and sunlight as well as insufficient kerosene and air pressure in the tank before usage. Before fabricating, the properties of materials and kind of material involved are put into consideration.
The parts and its functions are described.
TABLE OF CONTENT
2.1 How the stove work
4.1 Material Selection
4.2 Component Parts
4.3 Description of the component part
4.3 Constructional features of the stove
5.1 Method of Operation
5.4 Detection of kerosene shortage
6.1 Material cost Analysis
6.2 Machine cost Analysis
6.3 Labour cost Analysis
This project of fabrication of single face pressurized kerosene cooker is a copied design.
It is a manually operated type of stove, which has the capacity of supplying heat energy at high and low temperature. The type of stove so designed here do the industrial type with one burner.
Since the introduction of this pressurized kerosene cooker many effort has been made in order to enhance the ability to function well.
Thus we undertook this project design and fabrication of a single pressurized kerosene stove as a copped design from the popular Japan product (Regular Structural Stove) using locally available material of a 4mm (thickness) sheet metal.
Thus demonstrating the realization and importance of copy technology.
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