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  • (noun): Any heating apparatus.
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Stove

A stove is an enclosed heated space. The term is commonly taken to mean an enclosed space in which fuel is burned to provide heating, either to heat the space in which the stove is situated or to heat the stove itself, and items placed on it. This article is principally concerned with enclosed stoves burning solid fuels for room heating.

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Corn Stove
... A corn stove is designed for whole kernel shelled corn combustion and is similar to a pellet stove ... The chief difference between a pellet stove and a dedicated corn stove is the addition of metal stirring rod within the burnpot or an active ash removal system ... While there is a push to create stoves that are able to burn multiple fuels with minimal adjustments, some pellet stoves are not designed to stir fuel and will not burn corn ...
Stove Research and Development
... The search for safer, cleaner stoves remains to many an important if low-profile area of modern technology ... Stoves in common use around the world, particularly in Third World countries, are considered fire hazards and worse according to the World Health Organization ... An engineer's "Stove Camp" has been hosted annually since 1999 by Aprovecho Research Center (Oregon, US) with the intent of designing a cheap, efficient, and healthy stove for use around the world ...
Stove (disambiguation) - Stove Manufacturers
... AGA cooker Country Kiln Stoves http//www.WoodburningStoveslimited.com Chambers stove Favorite Stove Kalamazoo Stove Company Rayburn Range ...
Lo Trau
... The lò trấu ("rice husk stove") is a type of versatile fuel burning cook stove used in Vietnam since the 1950s ... Lò trấu comes from lò (stove) and trấu (rice husk) ... A kitchen with this kind of stove is a bếp trấu, "husk kitchen." ...
Svea 123 - Reliability
... with the self-cleaning needle on the 123R, such as that the stove may not simmer as well as the earlier Sievert models, but reports from years of field use of the ... such as the flexible aluminum foil windscreens used with stoves made by Mountain Safety Research), care should taken not to wrap the windscreen too tightly around the stove because this may cause the stove to ... inhibitors and is specially refined for use in camping stoves, while automotive fuel contains additives that vaporize when burned and leave gumlike deposits ...

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    Come a stove boat and a stove body when they will, for stave my soul, Jove himself cannot.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)