ICS base for households with metal burning chamber 11 x 11 cm for households and
local manufacturing using 1.2 mm metal sheets and GI 0.7 mm sheet
container filled with sinters. ICS-Tezpaz standard household CAD drawing, 0.4MB
base with metal burning chamber 14 x 14 cm for restaurant and
commercial cooking and local manufacturing with metal sheet and GI 0.7
mm container, filled with sinters ICS-TEZPAZ large for restaurants CAD drawing 0.4 MB
ICS pot support for small wok with pot shield and chimney from metal sheet for local manufacturing: ICS-wok small for households CAD drawing, 0.4 MB
ICS pot support for large restaurant wok with potshield and chimney from metal sheet for local manufacturing: ICS-WOK large for restaurants CAD drawing 0.4 MB
based bread baking oven for two round breads. Bread oven can also be
placed in chimney of house heating stove. When the outside cover is
removed it serves as a good heat exchanger on the house stove. ICS Bread oven and heat exchanger, CAD drawing, 0.4 MB
Since my first ICS project in Honduras (1980 Esufa Lorena) I was involved in the research and development of several stoves. See also the bioenergy list, HEDON and PCIA networks.
Sjoerd Nienhuys. Cooking Stoves in Afghanistan Badakshan. 450 KB, 4 pages. February 2009. A brief outline of issues related to space heating, cooking stoves and bread making in Afghanistan Himalayas border region with Tajikistan. Especially the half open floor pits have a very low energy efficiency and waste a lot of firewood.
Sjoerd Nienhuys. January 2010. Cameroun, Clay Soil Wood Cooking Stoves ICS, 2.9MB, 25 pages. A proposal for the development of ICS in rural area.
Sjoerd Nienhuys. August 2010 MOP-ICS. Metal One Pot - Improved Cooking Stove which was developped to resolve some of the minor problems related to the basic "Rocket Stove". see also http://bioenergylists.org// 4 MB. 37 pages
Sjoerd Nienhuys. 2005. Sri Lanka, TOP-ICS. Terracotta One Pot - Improved Cooking Stove which was developed post tsunami disaster for permanent houses: 2.66MB, 18 pages. http://www.bioenergylists.org/nienhuystop
Sjoerd Nienhuys. 2002. An analysis of metal stoves in the Dolpa mountain region of Nepal: http://www.bioenergylists.org/nie3nhuys_dolpa 1.3MB, 18 pages. project realised in coordination with STARIC, Nepal, who field tested the design.
Installation of Improved Metal Cooking Stoves in the Khumbu region. Field Visit Report (#1 of 3). STARICN, Sustainable Technology Adaptive Research and Implementation Center, edited Sjoerd Nienhuys. SNV-Nepal Jan. 2005. 0.5MB. 8 pages http://www.bioenergylists.org/nienhuyskhumbu .
Sjoerd Nienhuys 2004/09 Cooking Energy and Curriculum Design for Schools. Potato cooking as science education. Excel table. Explaining the effect of different cooking methods on energy consumption. 1.2MB. 14 pages. http://www.bioenergylists.org/nienhuysrecurriculum
Sjoerd Nienhuys. 2003. The Beehive Charcoal Briquette Stove. Explanation on manufacturing of charcoal briquettes and the stove building as realised in Nepal. 1.7MB, 21 pages http://www.bioenergylists.org/nienhuysbeehive