Test result
Water boiling test (WBT)
Stove and fuel
Stove description
Dung-hara, traditionally designed earthen pot for burning dung cakes and used mainly for slow heating of milk over three to four hours such that, without boiling, the cream of the milk separates as a thick layer at the surface. It is also used for cooking fodder.
Stove characteristics
Traditional, Ceramic-lined
Fuel type
Dung
Fuel moisture content
not available
Fuel net calorific value
11.8 MJ/kg
Test information
Test details
not available
Testing organization
Reporting type
Not available
Country
India
Year performed
2000
Test environment
Lab
Altitude
not available
Number of replicate tests
3
Test result IWA tiers of performance
Show subtiers
unrated
Emissions
unrated
Efficiency
unrated
Indoor emissions
unrated
Safety
Performance metrics
IWA emissions  
Metric Value SD (σ) Cv
IWA high power CO 63.661 g/MJ-del
IWA high power PM 570.35 mg/MJ-del
IWA indoor emissions  
Metric Value SD (σ) Cv
IWA CO 2.005 g/min
IWA PM 17.959 mg/min
Emissions
Metric Value SD (σ) Cv
CH4 emissions factor (2) 17.56 g/kg fuel
CO emissions factor (2) 61.39 g/kg fuel
CO emissions rate 2.004571429 g/min