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Published on Jan 28, 2012
This the stove being lit when the fuel was half rice husk, half saw dust. Note how the flame remains centralized and does not spread through the top of the fuel bed, but rather maintains as a steady jet from the center. Presumably, this is because the rice husk make a much denser full bed, making the heat and gas more inclined to jet from the center.