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Old 03-27-2007, 02:52 PM
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Default How Brick Ovens Work Cartoons

I have been describing verbally how wood-fired ovens wook to folks for a while, and it always makes sense, so I tried to capture it in a series of graphics.

Here are three graphics that show reflective heat, natural convection and conduction. The next posting shows two graphics on how coals work in a brick oven, and then a graphic on retained heat.

They are pretty simple, but does a picture tells a thousand words?

Click on the next posting to see the graphics for using coals and retained heat.
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Old 03-27-2007, 02:57 PM
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Here are the three graphics on using coals and retained heat.

These are used in the new Wood-Fired Cooking e-Book, to help describe the different ways you can cook with a WFO.

The previous posting shos graphics for Reflection, Conduction and Convection.

Useful?

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Old 03-27-2007, 03:24 PM
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James,

Just starting to look over the PDF, and the first comment I wrote down to send you then was that I thought these graphics are quite usefu. They give new users, even the experienced the whole idea very quickly and concisely.

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