Interesting: Making an upside down fire. It’s a cleaner burn with far less smoke and better combustion, gives off more heat, needs less tending and uses the embodied energy in wood more efficiently than the tipi-esque fire method.

Interesting: Making an upside down fire. It’s a cleaner burn with far less smoke and better combustion, gives off more heat, needs less tending and uses the embodied energy in wood more efficiently than the tipi-esque fire method.

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The upside down fire technique rocks. It’s a cleaner burn with far less smoke and better combustion, gives off more heat, needs less tending and uses the embodied energy in wood more efficiently than the tipi-esque fire method. As an … Continued

The upside down fire technique rocks. It’s a cleaner burn with far less smoke and better combustion, gives off more heat, needs less tending and uses the embodied energy in wood more efficiently than the tipi-esque fire method. As an … Continued

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*Heat Content - measures the embodied energy.  Higher is better. *Sparks Produced - self-explanatory.  "Few" indicates low pitch content. *Heavy Smoke - measures the thickness of smoke upon heating.  "No" is best. *Coaling Quality - measures propensity to form durable coals.  We want "Excellent."

*Heat Content - measures the embodied energy. Higher is better. *Sparks Produced - self-explanatory. "Few" indicates low pitch content. *Heavy Smoke - measures the thickness of smoke upon heating. "No" is best. *Coaling Quality - measures propensity to form durable coals. We want "Excellent."

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Embodied Energy Audit. To gain a more personal understanding of Embodied Energy I catalogued, weighed and calculated the embodied energy for...

Embodied Energy Audit. To gain a more personal understanding of Embodied Energy I catalogued, weighed and calculated the embodied energy for...

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Making an upside down fire - needs less tending and uses the embodied energy in wood more efficiently than the tipi-esque fire method. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Making an upside down fire - needs less tending and uses the embodied energy in wood more efficiently than the tipi-esque fire method. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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A graph showing the different amounts of embodied energy for different materials. Steel contains 140 GJ, stainless steel 35 GJ, aluminium 30 GJ, copper 35 GJ, timber 40 GJ, plastic 145 GJ, concrete 215 GJ, masonry 100 GJ, glass 50 GJ, fabric 40 GJ, plaster 55 GJ, stone 20 GJ and ceramics 80 GJ.

A graph showing the different amounts of embodied energy for different materials. Steel contains 140 GJ, stainless steel 35 GJ, aluminium 30 GJ, copper 35 GJ, timber 40 GJ, plastic 145 GJ, concrete 215 GJ, masonry 100 GJ, glass 50 GJ, fabric 40 GJ, plaster 55 GJ, stone 20 GJ and ceramics 80 GJ.

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SILA A/B® RW014 cladding - Contemporary farmhouse, Lochaber | Paper Igloo Architecture & Design

SILA A/B® RW014 cladding - Contemporary farmhouse, Lochaber | Paper Igloo Architecture & Design

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embodied energy

embodied energy

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