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The '''Fogão Parabólico''' was designed by [[Elmo Dutra]]. It is an unique [[parabolic solar cooker]]. The reflector is made from four recycled plastic panels, covered with reflective mylar. The panel framework creates the required curved shape.
 
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Revision as of 00:48, June 26, 2015

Last edited: 20 October 2014      

The Fogão Parabólico was designed by Elmo Dutra. It is an unique parabolic solar cooker. The reflector is made from four recycled plastic panels, covered with reflective mylar. The panel framework creates the required curved shape.

It is a lightweight design, at 3.8Kg. With the reflector assembled, it measures 90 cm x 90 cm, with a light catchment area of .81 square meters. Dissassembled in the box the unit is 60 cm x 60 cm. Potentially, it can deliver thermal power of 700Watts.

Audio and video

  • March 2011:
Queimandopapelfogaosolar

Queimandopapelfogaosolar.wmv

http://www.fogaosolar.net

See also

External links

Contact

See Elmo Dutra.
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