Minimizing energy usage in cooking to protect environments and health
This paper describes the environmental and health impacts of toxic emissions from the energy uses for cooking along with application of simple physics with detailed experimental studies on procedures of reducing “On-stove time” and cooking with minimum Energy (Heat) using a new innovative energy efficient cooking techniques with a simple inexpensive insulation box. The total minimum amount...
Published at International Journal of Energy and Environmental Research
Pages 20- 44.
Published in 2014
De D.K., De N.D., Muwa N. and Olawole O.
OLAWOLE OLUKUNLE CHARLES » Olukunle Charles Olawole currently works at the Material/Energy unit in the Department of Physics, Covenant University Ota Ogun. His areas of expertise span the nature of electron emissions in semiconductor materials and nanomaterials view full profile
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