ramble about jets and potstands

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steamjam
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Re: ramble about jets and potstands

Postby steamjam » Sat Jun 16, 2012 11:12 am

zelph wrote:At some point in time they were making aluminum electrical wire......but it didn't take too many years to find out there was a

corrosion problem occuring where there were mechanical conections. Aluminum wire came to a halt :roll:


Oh you mean the "Prince of Darkness" Lucas Electrics?..:-D Or worse yet Miller? :-D

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Re: ramble about jets and potstands

Postby zelph » Sun Jun 17, 2012 10:20 pm

steamjam wrote:
zelph wrote:At some point in time they were making aluminum electrical wire......but it didn't take too many years to find out there was a

corrosion problem occuring where there were mechanical conections. Aluminum wire came to a halt :roll:


Oh you mean the "Prince of Darkness" Lucas Electrics?..:-D Or worse yet Miller? :-D


hahaha, I could not recall the names....you're good! :D
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Re: ramble about jets and potstands

Postby pistonrod8 » Fri May 20, 2016 2:39 pm

Well, I couldn't resist putting these values in a spreadsheet to try to determine the best one based on DarenN's testing.

I used the values posted here: http://www.bplite.com/viewtopic.php?f=41&t=4343

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I've compared the results of each stove against the slowest blooming, slowest boiling, and longest burn time stoves, and also the burn time remaining after boiling. The higher score means a better stove.

If you want to download the excel file and configure it to suit you, the link is below.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bx08sBzkUZjVcTRJUkZtMlJyTEE

The percentages can be changed to what you determine to be the most important to you. If you don't care about the bloom time or remaining burn time, then set them to 0% and the other two to 50%.

I've configured it a dozen different ways, and 12 jets usually wins, and of those, 0.046 usually edges out all of them. :mrgreen:

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Re: ramble about jets and potstands

Postby zelph » Fri May 20, 2016 6:09 pm

Excellent information. Lots more DIY'ers are making the pop can side jet stoves. Thanks for posting the link :D
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