Solar Powered Ovens. Creation: S tep by step by Matthew Butler. My name is Matthew Butler. I am now attending the Stem program at Ftcc . I am enjoying it because I am not only learning but I am learning with my friends. S cience T echnology E ngineering
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Solar Powered Ovens
Creation: Step by step
by Matthew Butler
My name is Matthew Butler. I am now attending the Stem program at Ftcc. I am enjoying it because I am not only learning but I am learning with my friends.
Black Felt ( because it attracts heat) My oven will resemble a grill Foil (reflects light) p=27in. A=43.3125in. Sq Cookies l=5.25in w=8.25in
My ovens dimensions include the following: two 12x8 pieces of wood, two 16x8 pieces of wood, and a 16x12 piece of wood. I also have six pieces of 1x12 inch wood covered with foil. It has black felt on all sides and aluminum on the bottom. The were glue and nailed together by the excellent work of Miss K, Miss Vaughn, and I.
Now that I have finished my oven I’ve realized it could’ve been better. The design of my oven allow too much heat to escape; therefore leaving the cookies undercooked.