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Title: Comparison of CO, NO2 and HCHO emissions from biomass combustion in traditional and improved cookstoves
Authors: Kandpal, J B
Maheshwari, R C
Kandpal, Tara Chandra
Keywords: fuelwood
dung cakes
cookstove (Sugam-II)
gaseous pollutants
Issue Date: 1994
Citation: Energy, 19(11), 1151-1155p.
Abstract: Indoor air pollution, caused by the combustion of four biofuels (fuelwood, dung cakes, agri-residue, and a mixture of fuelwood and dung cakes) in a traditional and an improved mud cookstove (Sugam-II), has been studied. The concentrations of three gaseous pollutants (CO, NO2, HCHO) were measured at three different positions in the indoor environment. Results are presented and discussed.
URI: http://eprint.iitd.ac.in/dspace/handle/2074/2400
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