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Chen, B.; Riley, P. H.; Abakr, Y. A.; Pullen, K. R.; Hann, D. B.; Johnson, C. (2013)
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: TA
SCORE (www.score.uk.com) a US$4M, 5 year international collaboration research project aims to improve the life quality of the 1.5 billion people worldwide who cook on an open fire and do not have access to electricity. SCORE market evaluations1 indicate that at the upper-cost target of $120 with 20 Watts of electricity 60 million people would afford the stove. At the lower-cost target of $40 and 100 Watts it would be affordable to over 1 billion people. In November 2010, a wood burning Score-Stove™ prototype successfully developed 23 watts of electricity based on a planar Thermo-Acoustic Engine (TAE) [2],[3],[4],[5],[6] design, indicating that the new Score-Stove™ is now ready to be engaged with manufacturers to gear up for volume production, and therefore to meet the social and cooking requirements of the rural poor people. The development to a large-volume, easy to manufacture, low-cost TAE cooking stove using elements of the formal design methodologies of BS 7000 and TRIZ are discussed. By breaking down the system requirements into cost targets for each module, performing rig testing, and design refinements it is believed that the upper-cost target is achievable with the right level of investment.
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    • 2 G. Swift, Thermoacoustic engines, J.Acoust. Soc. Am. 84(4),1145-1180, 1988.
    • 3 Catherine Gardner and Chris Lawn “Design Of A Standing-Wave Thermo-acoustic Engine”, The sixteenth International Congress on Sound and Vibration, Krakow 5-9 July 2009
    • 4 Riley PH, Saha C, Johnson CJ, “Application of Thermo-Acoustic, electrical generating engines in rural areas”, IIT Delhi 7-9 September 2010
    • 5 Zhibin Yu, Scott Backhaus, Artur J Jaworski “Design and Testing of a Travelling-wave Loopedtube Engine for low-cost electricity generators in remote and rural areas” 7th International Energy Conversion Engineering Conference 2 - 5 August 2009, Denver, Colorado
    • 6 Yu Z, Jaworski A J. 2010. "Impact of acoustic impedance and channel dimensions on the power output capacity of the regenerators in travelling-wave thermoacoustic engines". Energy Conversion and Management. Vol. 51. Issue 2. pp 350-359.
    • 7 The World Bank 2005 Rural energy and development for two billion people: Meeting the challenge for rural energy and development (September) [http://siteresources.worldbank.org/INTENERGY/Resources/Rural_Energy_Development_Paper_ Improving_Energy_Supplies.pdf]
    • 8 http://www.aster-thermoacoustics.com/
    • 9 B. M. Chen, P. H.Riley, et al., “Design and Testing of a Wood Burning Electricity Generator by using DualCore Thermoacoustic Engine”. 2011 World Congress on Engineering and Technology (CET), Shanghai, China, 2011. “accepted paper and Unpublished”
    • 10 Saha C.R., Riley P.H., Johnson C.J., Paul J., Yu Z., Jaworski A. “Halbach array linear alternator for thermo-acoustic engine” Energy conversion and management Journal, (submitted paper).
    • 11 P. H. Riley. and C. M. Johnson, Generating electricity in developing countries using thermoacoustics powered by burning wood, Acoustics 08, Paris, June 2008.
    • 12 B. M. Chen, P. H. Riley, and Y. A. Abakr, Construction and Assessment of a Propane driven, ElectricityGenerating Cooking Score-Stove™ in International congress on Green process Engineering 2011: Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. “accepted paper and Unpublished”
    • 13 Catherine Gardner and Chris Lawn “Design Of A Standing-Wave Thermo-acoustic Engine”, The sixteenth International Congress on Sound and Vibration, Krakow 5-9 July 2009. Link
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