2018-Downloads

CONSOLFOOD 2018 Downloads

As always, many of the presenters did not send a file for sharing…
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Presentations January 22nd 2018
Presentations January 23rd 2018
Posters

Conference Proceedings

CF18 - proceedings - pdf

The Abstracts/Papers and Presentations



22nd January 2018

L1 Membrane FixFocus mirror as multifunctional solar power station for diverse village applications
Jürgen Kleinwächter, Portugal
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L2 Hot stone cooking with an ultralight membrane solar concentrator
Fernando Chacon, Douglas Baillie, Daniel Müller, Paul Gießler, Portugal
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L3 Photovoltaic solar cooking with thermal energy storage (TES)
A.Lecuona, D. Victoria, J.A. Perteguer, E. García-Arés, Spain
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L4 Solar cooker as a public furniture. Thermal modeling
A.Lecuona, E. de la Rocha, J. I. Nogueira, Spain
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L5 Modelling, testing and parametric analysis of a parabolic solar cooking system with heat storage for indoor cooking
N. Mbodji, A. Hajji, Morocco
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L6 Development of a large capacity orange bagasse dehydrator
Eduardo Rincón Mejía, Bernd Weber, Mexico
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L7 Combined membrane and solar drying technologies for fruit preservation in Mozambique
Ricardo Bernardo, Henrik Davidsson, Pia Otte, Randi Phinney, Lucas Tivana, Sewden, Norway, Mozambique
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Presentation Ricardo Bernardo
Presentation Pia Otte

L8 From development aid towards an economic factor: sustainable production of clean cookstoves in Madagascar
Christian Frost, Switzerland
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L9 Challenges in promoting solar cookers in India: social acceptance, cooking habits and technologies
Neha Mehta, Kinjal Pandya, India
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L10 Networking to advance the use of solar cookers as educational tools in the classroom
Mary Buchenic, Jennifer Gasser, USA
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L11 The task of creating programs to promote solar cooking
Mary Buchenic, Jennifer Gasser, USA
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L12 The broken promise of solar cooking. The case of Goudoubo Refugee Camp in Burkina Faso
Isabella Troconis, UK
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L13 Solar restaurant Le Presage
Pierre-André Aubert, France
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L14 Evolution of solar cooking technology in India and way ahead
Deepak Gadhia, India
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23rd January 2018

L15 Heliac solar cooker
Sedi L. Byskov,Karsten Dupont, Gideon P. Caringal, Maria Matschuk, Henrik Pranov, Denmark
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L16 A comparison of Copenhagen solar cookers with other similar sized panel cookers
Sharon Clausson, USA
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L17 The solar cooker Tolokatsin V
Eduardo A. Rincón-Mejía, Mexico
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L18 Solar Cookers International: how the performance evaluation process contributes to global gains in solar cooking
Alan W. Bigelow, Julie L. Greene, USA
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L19 Solar cookers international reports recent gains in the global solar cooking movement
Julie L. Greene, Alan W. Bigelow, Caitlyn S. Hughes, USA
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Presentation: please see L18

L20 Simulation of a solar assisted counterflow tunnel dehydrator
A. Carrillo-Andrés, J.M. Sojo-Gordillo, F. Dominguez-Muñoz, J.M. Cejudo-López, Spain
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L21 Development of solar dryers, Cuban experience for food preservation
Boris Albrech Zaldívar Núñez, Glensy Palay Alonso, Cuba
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L22 Introduction of solar drying by NGO Narmada in Nimar region of Madhya Pradesh state of India under the guidance of BARC, GOI.
Raghav S Deosthale, Shankar Kewat, India
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L23 DryEcoMate - An horticultural dehydrator, using solar thermal and photovoltaic energy, low cost production, modular and portable
João Garcia, J.Pássaro, R.Rosado,L.Coelho, M. Ley, J.Rodrigues, P.Madureira, Portugal
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L24 Concentrated solar thermal integration into spice roasting industry: an energy analysis of an Indian masala manufacturing facility
Tavish W. Fenbert, Vishal Sardeshpande, USA, India
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L25 Beam steering lens array for solar cooking
Håkon J. D. Johnsen, Ole Jørgen Nydal, Jan Torgersen, Norway
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L26 Father Himalaya solar furnaces: optical principles, technologies and lineage
Jean-Jacques Serra, Jacinto Rodrigues, France, Portugal
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The Posters


22nd January 2018

P1 - Concrete funnel solar cooker: experiences with making and cooking
Jignesh R. Mehta, Celestino R. Ruivo, India, Portugal
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P2 - Development of a permanent solar cooker for the UK - Convenience, reliability and safety
Dave Oxford, Stewart MacLachlan, UK
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P3 - Thermal performance evaluations, energy savings and payback periods of a box-type solar cooker in Ibadan, Nigeria
Ademola K. Aremu, Olaoluwa S. Awotunde, Nigeria
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P4 - Solar cooking using the box type and funnel type cookers under Indian conditions
Anasuya Ganguly, Saurav Mehta, Srikanth Mutnuri, India
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P5 - Design, realisation and experimentation of a solar cooker fitted with an ellipsoidal concentrator: preliminary results of cooking tests
Siaka Touré,Modibo Sidibé, Ivory Coast
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P6 - Comparative performance of two parabolic solar cookers: influence of a glass cubic box
Siaka Touré,Modibo Sidibé, Ivory Coast
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P7 - Testing the SUNTASTE, a new box type solar cooker built out of cork
Ailton Tavares, Afonso Cavaco, Manuel Collares-Pereira, Nuno Oliveira Martins, Portugal
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P8 - Solar ovens built with very basic materials found in rural areas
Margarita Mediavilla, Spain
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P9 - Analysis of solar cooking in relation to food sovereignty
Bailey Jannika, Quiroga V. Noelia, Raimondo Emilia, Esteves Alfredo, Argentina
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Poster

P10 - LAZOLA solar box cookers a unique manufacturing concept
Jo Hasler, Christian Fenner,Michael Bonke, Germany
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Poster

P11 - Efficiency of a compound parabolic concentrator kitchen in Iztapalapa, Mexico City
E. Barrera Calva, Verónica Frías, E. Antaño Díaz, E. Rincón Mejía, J. Hernández, Mexico
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P12 - Construction and evaluation of a solar thermal-wind hybrid dryer for food processing in Chiapas, MX
J.M. Hernández-Jarquin, Kinarkumar R. Patel, G. Pavon Gomez, E.A Mojica Castillo, J.E Conde Diaz, R. Iglesias Diaz, J. Pantoja Enriquez, Mexico, India
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23rd January 2018

P13 - Solar drying - a gigantic opportunity to combat hunger and poverty
Bernhard S. Müller, Germany
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P14 - Enhanced methods to accelerate the dissemination of solar cookers
Faustine Odaba, Kenia
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P15 - 10th grade high school physics education via solar cooking
Hezi Yizhaq, Daniel Feuermann, Israel
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Poster

P16 - Searching for the relevant scale for food transformation in dense urban areas in France
Cathelineau Vincent, Genin Chloé, De Maria Arnaud, Bertin Kévin, France
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P17 - My story of solar ovens
Júlio Piscarreta, Portugal
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P18 - Soil pasteurization in the UK - a new job for solar cookers
Dave Oxford,Stewart MacLachlan, UK
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Poster

P19 - Purification of water using solar energy
Avinash Reddy, Srikanth Mutnuri, India
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Poster

P20 - Design, realization and test of a portable solar box cooker with booster mirrors
Giovanni Di Nicola, Gianluca Coccia, Sebastiano Tomassetti, Mariano Pierantozzi, Italy
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P21 - Ovens and solar cookers, powerful didactic tool for green building
Juan Bello Llorente, Spain
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Poster

P22 - Simulation of a solar funnel cooker using MATLAB
Rafael Cubero-Leiva, Fernando Domínguez-Muñoz, Francisco R. Villatoro, Celestino Ruivo, Spain, Portugal
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P23 - Sharing government perspective and participation in promoting Solar Cooking in India
Suresh Ruparel, India
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P24 - A comparison of Copenhagen solar cookers with other similar sized panel cookers
Sharon Clausson, USA
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