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Solar Oven by Cho Ei Seona Seol. We prepared following items One sheet of cardboard to make the lid One small roll of aluminum foil. One can of flat-black spray paint white glue One Reynolds Oven Cooking Bag

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We prepared following items
  • One sheet of cardboard to make the lid
  • One small roll of aluminum foil.
  • One can of flat-black spray paint
  • white glue
  • One Reynolds Oven Cooking Bag
  • Two cardboard boxes
  • Inner box (18*18*16)inches
  • Outer box (22*22*20)inches
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The outer box which is larger at least half inch (1.5cm) or more all around for an airspace between the two boxes for insulation
  • Aluminum foil lining inside the outer box to retain heat
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Aluminum linings inside the outer box for reflecting the sunlight to get maximum sunlight and heat
slide5
Cardboard as a drip pan
  • Aluminum foil is glued to the cardboard
  • The drip is spray painted black.
  • It serves two purposes:

painted black to retain heat to heat up the cooking pot, and to hold the pot.

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Inner box is inserted into outer box
  • Cut the excess flaps
  • Glue aluminum foils on the inner box flaps which are now glued to the outer box
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Make a lid by folding

the four corners of a flat board.

  • Cut three sides of the lid.
  • The opening should be the size of the inner box.
  • Glue the inner side of the lid with aluminum foil. (this will be the primary reflector)
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Glue the oven cooking bag

on the inner part of the lid

to cover the opening.

  • Now the solar oven is completed and ready to use.
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Place a digital

thermometer

  • (range: -65ºF to 450ºF)
  • Then measured the initial water temperature. (71ºF)
  • Close the lid and kept the oven in the sun making sure the sunlight from reflector reflects directly into the oven.
  • The temperature reaches to 91ºF after 5 minutes.
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The temperature reached to 122ºF five minutes later. (ten minutes after initial reading.)
  • 136ºF three minutes later after the last reading.

(13 minutes after initial reading.)

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Five minutes later..

162ºF …

(18 minutes after initial reading.)

(We also noticed the water started producing steams)

  • Five more minutes

173ºF ..

(23 minutes after initial reading.)

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Twenty five minutes

after the initial reading…

174ºF…

(The temperature only

went up 1ºF in two minutes)

  • Five more minutes later…

(30 minutes after the initial reading)

Now the temperature read 175ºF

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The maximum temperature we could obtain in this solar oven is 175ºF.
  • We can improve the efficiency by
    • adding more reflectors
    • Making it more air-tight by sealing all the corners
    • Use more efficient materials such as aluminum reflectors, glass oven window, etc,.

Questions???

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