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This a Rocket Stove Heater Design With Secondary Air Added and Vortex Manipulation.

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Cort . 2018-10-17
My question is, how do you determine where to inject the secondary air? Should it come in right after the end of the flame, or into the vortex tube? Have you done any experimenting on that?
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bus driver . 2018-06-27
I made a Rocket stove with basket with in one hour the ash in the basket puts out the fire ,,,how can I get the ash to fall out of the basket ,,,started with 1/4 " gap and went up to 3/4" I still have the same problem,,,did you run into the same problem ??
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Lösungsfinder . 2017-08-21
Hello can not find the link unfortunately with the blueprints can set me again Thanks
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Wayne Byerly . 2017-08-18
Amazing grace... Thank you for sharing your faith. The world would be a much better place to live if more people were to do the same.
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Aaron Malczewski . 2016-12-18
I'm always intrigued by your rocket stove videos. I have a question. Have you ever considered building an all steel rocket stove that duplicates many of the aspects of a batch box rocket. The riser tube uses a rectangle slit and a taper at the bottom. There is also a p channel and secondary air. Any thoughts?
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mar mar . 2016-11-23
GREAT IS YOUR CHANNEL, EVERY EFFORT TO CAST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Kevin M Alexa . 2016-02-02
Isn't ppotty1 in the southern hemisphere and you in the Northern ? so aren't you forcing the vortex the wrong way, this is something I'm looking into for my own plans ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cLWYQjqIBKY let me know what you think Thank You!
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Ferrari Paul . 2016-01-29
This is great work! :)
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hönö olett . 2015-12-09
How much heat you can get if you isolate it?
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sam Sanchez . 2015-12-04
I want one thanks
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Tr Stuff . 2015-12-02
Great video / instructional. I understand that you get a great increase in temps from vortex and insulation, yet if the stove is insulated, then how do you get the benefit of the higher temps ? I would like to heat my shop and a water tank with this idea, but I don't really understand the insulated heat chamber vs. keeping a living space warm. thanks.
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Jos Nijsten . 2015-11-26
Can this be used for a sauna?
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hönö olett . 2015-11-20
Do the vortex increase tempature?
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WeAreTheResistance . 2015-08-02
Thanks! I've been wanting to build my own rocket stove for years; improving the vortex after-burner - but you beat me to it! Great design, great build :)

I was wondering... can you safely use these stoves in an enclosure (like a greenhouse) without venting the exhaust?? Less heat would be lost through ventilation and I'm sure the CO2 enrichment would be nothing short of a miracle for my garden ...but would it be enough to potentially suffocate me?? 

Hmmm
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Drew Traub . 2015-06-22
Seems like if you took a series of copper pipes an attachéd them juSt outside the the riser then insulated Around those and used some kind of blower to force air through them you could draw a lot more heat from it like a blower on a traditional wood stove
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Les Mack . 2015-04-01
Thanks for sharing this information!  I really like the vortex ideas.
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Trev S . 2015-02-25
Amazing - I'm building a vortex  rocket boiler - I plan to feed the secondary air into the eye of the vortex about 1/3rd up the insulated riser - the boiler heat exchanger is stainless steel corrugated  coil from a 24kw gas boiler
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era1fx . 2015-01-27
does the vortex put out more heat then without the vortex function.
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Davin Zitterkopf . 2014-12-24
Hi, I have been watching many of your vids and am very pleased with what you have done. in the past few weeks I have been in the process of building my own rocket stove. I have a question for you regarding the updraft tube. Should your updraft tube match the size of your exhaust outlet? I hope that makes scene. Currently my updraft tube is 2" id and the plan is to use 3" pellet stove pipe for the exhaust. Thank you for your time and all the great videos.   
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stivi s . 2014-12-07
Great job and inovations...
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Dennis Cooper . 2014-11-16
Thanks for helping to create the forum, looks like there's some good stuff. The more people we have talking about, the better the results. 
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Dennis Cooper . 2014-11-16
Ok now this one seems to be an improvement over the first one you did a couple years ago...you did have a vortex with it but it was attached externally at the intake, now you put it internally here. Does this one seem to burn better or get hotter? Seems like it may based on where it is. 
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clothedwiththesun . 2014-09-01
Hey t2h, this may sound crazy but just had a thought. You probably know that water drains down a hole either clockwise- or anticlockwise, depending on which side of the equator you are on. (As a kid,  I once whirled the draining bath water in the opposite direction by hand to see if it would completely drain out against its natural spiral- which it did). I wonder if it would be the same with a fire vortex? If this is so, energy could be conserved if the flame was channelled into the riser pipe toward its true natural vortex rather than it having to work against this 'gravity'. This slight variation could be the reason some people have commented that your design does not quite work to the degree that you've said ;) 
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Michael Francisco . 2014-04-26
Any ideas on how to achieve a vortex burn in a fire brick burn tunnel? Obviously we would be dealing with a square chamber/updraft tube. 
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MrSteelheadmelton . 2013-12-21
these stoves reach inside temps of 2200 to 2800 degrees I have melted every thing ive used from steel to rock wool the best is fire brick
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Accumulator1 . 2013-12-09
What is the advantage of using the vortex flow over a regular straight updraft ?
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Tecolote . 2013-12-09
I have a question.  After reading the Evans and Jackson book, I was under the impression that to to create the "rockety" draft, the feed tube, burn chamber, and heat riser needed to have roughly the same cross section.  They allowed that the burn tube could be slightly smaller to create a venturi, but stated that if you reduced it more than about 10% it would choke the stove.  I notice the round piece you put in between the burn chamber and the heat riser to shape the airflow into a vortex appears to be only about 25-35% the volume of the burn chamber and the heat riser.  How do you avoid choking the flow of the gasses?
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jack dirthawker . 2013-11-27
hey trying,
very cool following your work.  why the turbo rocket/rocket v instead or continuing with the minnow stove?  kind of different principles.  good job and thanks for showing the way
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jzxmissile . 2013-11-20
Cool rocket stove ! What are you using for a heat riser and what are you insulating it with ? I'm contemplating using four inch stainless steel exhaust tubing and either having it coated with a ceramic thermal barrier coating , wrapping it with a exhaust insulating wrap or both . This works on turbo manifolds to keep the heat in the manifold and can withstand 1800F .
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Eric Klassen . 2013-11-20
A little tip for future shows... back off with your camera so the viewer gets the big picture and some perspective of where everything is.  I was a little unclear after the show waqws over and I am a retired engineer.
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andrzej zawadski . 2013-11-08
htf
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T2H Instructionals . 2013-10-30
I sent the answer in a pm to you. For some reason youtube did not post your comment until a day later.
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Zvi Bukspan . 2013-10-29
do you have i list of materials used
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T2H Instructionals . 2013-10-13
Yes once the stove is up to temps will cook just fine, as well in the L shaped area one can cook on. If one wanted to they could remove the top while the stove is in operation, I have found that the burn is so clean and the draft so strong it will pull the flames up over the tube and back down with the top off, one could place a frying pan with the top removed.
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RaGiN BuLL . 2013-10-12
ok so the cyclone vortex style burn seems great for the efficiency of burning ALL the fuel but what is the heat like given off at the top of the flue pipe? and did u make this to cook on or heat an area without smoke & fumes?..great flame and engineering ofc but is it as effective at the top of flu for cooking ?
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T2H Instructionals . 2013-10-05
Were you able to get it to work?
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Takeshi Ueno . 2013-10-05
I tried to be cyclone combustion by reference to the stove made ​​out of you. I want to take all means to my stove.
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T2H Instructionals . 2013-10-04
I do not feel any ideas are silly, some may not be useful or efficient, I always encourage people to share what they think will work, the reason is an idea may not appear to me as useful at someone suggestion, however later on I will be working on something and remember a suggestion and find that suggestion will apply in another project I would be developing, I can give a specific example, I can see that your suggestion could be used to heat water in a pipe.
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JamesHookway . 2013-10-03
Hi tryin2lhard, Great video. I was wondering what would happen if you put a section of pipe down he chimney for the flames to curl around. It may be a silly idea but also may have some results. Thanks James
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T2H Instructionals . 2013-07-13
I get the metal from a company that sells steel.
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kal . 2013-07-13
That is really cool! Where do you get your materals?
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T2H Instructionals . 2013-07-04
Good deal man, sounds like a safe way to go, looking forward to seeing your take on the project.
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Sagecreek Witt . 2013-07-04
Its th pirate ride at Disney land..lol there is an old Cajun guy playing a harp or banjo, right after you get in the boat. Anyway, I have a cabinet shop, and could like to do something similar but larger outside the shop, and transfer the heat into the building via an air duct, or antifreeze& water with a radiator. Not at skilled as you, but I will definitely post It, if i do it. I think it shows a person has good character and a giving heart, if they post this stuff. Thanks again!
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T2H Instructionals . 2013-07-04
Thanks man, hey post a vid of your build and let us know will ya. Love the pirates of the carib series.
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Sagecreek Witt . 2013-07-03
Great video.I am going to build one! Music at the start makes me feel like the start of pirates of the Caribbean.
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T2H Instructionals . 2013-06-30
Yes it is 1/4" tube steel, you can use 3/16, and yes the inside tube is exhaust tubing 4 inch stainless steel.
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Rick Stone . 2013-06-30
Is that 1/4 inch square pipe and inside muffler pipe? Great job
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Rick Stone . 2013-06-30
Good idea.....it's amazing how people make a difference,,,,,
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T2H Instructionals . 2013-05-11
You know I never thought of that about the cyclone effect, your probably right. Thanks for the kind comment.
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michbushi . 2013-05-11
Great job, I love to see that swirling fire design, should result in as more complete burn, and also cleaner output - unburned particles will fall down, like in 'cyclone' filters
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