Corrosion testing of alloys for biomass cookstove combustors
Worldwide, over 3 billion people use biomass for cooking and heating. Many people cook over 3-stone fires or inefficient and highly polluting traditional cookstoves, presenting a large human health risk and significant climate impacts. One solution to this is the development of improved cookstoves, which can alleviate this burden by being more efficient and cleaner-burning. To be effective in their purpose, improved cookstoves must be long-lasting. Achieving longevity is challenging from a material corrosion perspective, particularly in the case of metallic combustors, because cookstove combustors ...
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