Test result
Uncontrolled field test (UFT)
Stove and fuel
Stove description
Traditional Indian mud stove
Stove characteristics
Traditional, Built in place, Side-feed, U-shape
Fuel type
Wood
Fuel moisture content
7.7%
Fuel net calorific value
not available
Test information
Test details
Emissions test on two traditional mud stoves during the dry season. All tests were conducted in homes in Hire Waddarkal Village, in Koppal, Karnataka in Southern India. Tests were uncontrolled tests in kitchens. All emissions factors are g/kg fuel. CO2 emission factor is approximate based on carbon balance method including only CO and CO2 with assumed fuel carbon content. Related test: http://catalog.cleancookstoves.org/test-results/747
Reporting type
Third party
Country
India
Year performed
2012
Test environment
Field
Altitude
not available
Number of replicate tests
32
Source information
Citation
not available
Source data
not available
Test result IWA tiers of performance
Show subtiers
unrated
Emissions
unrated
Efficiency
unrated
Indoor emissions
unrated
Safety
Performance metrics
Emissions
Metric Value SD (σ) Cv
EC emissions factor (2) 0.94 g/kg fuel 1.19 1.27
EC/TC 0.22 0.14 0.64
CO emissions factor (2) 80.8 g/kg fuel 23.9 0.3
OC emissions factor (2) 3.36 g/kg fuel 3.27 0.97
PM2.5 emissions factor (2) 7.17 g/kg fuel 4.38 0.61
CO2 emissions factor (2) 1706.0 g/kg fuel 38.0 0.02