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Foculus Alsatianus cui est magna commutator gasiorum exhaustorum et caloris, in templo Fouday in commune Francico.

Furnulus,[1]? vel foculus,? vel fortasse furnus gestabilis,? est spatium contentum in quo fomes comburitur ad spatium ubi furnulus stat, aut ad res in vel super furnulum caleficiendas.

Furnulus se purgans, qui lignum comburit.
Furnulus laminarum fictilium (ad aerem calefaciendum) in cenatione Palatii Cathariniani Villae Augusti in Russia.

Sunt multa furnulorum genera, sicut furnulus coquinarius, qui ad cibum coquendum? adhibetur, et furnulus lignei comburendi? vel furnulus carbonem comburendi, qui ad aedificium calefaciendum usitate adhibetur.

Curarum de pollutione aeris causá, inventores formam furnulorum meliorem facere multos annos conati sunt.[2][3][4][5][6]

Omnes furnuli qui lignum comburunt et qui in Civitatibus Foederatis ex 1992 fabricati sunt emissionem particulatorum circumscribere lege debent.[7]

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Warning icon.svg Fons nominis Latini desideratur (addito fonte, hanc formulam remove)
  2. Bryden, Mark; Still, Dean; Scott, Peter; Hoffa, Geoff; Ogle, Damon; Bailis, Rob; Goyer, Ken. "Design Principles For Wood Burning Cookstoves" (PDF). Aprovecho Research Center .
  3. "Chimney filters can save billions."
  4. Bryden, Mark; Still, Dean; Scott, Peter; Hoffa, Geoff; Ogle, Damon; Bailis, Rob; Goyer, Ken. "Design Principles For Wood Burning Cookstoves" (PDF). Aprovecho Research Center 
  5. CRECER, Chronic Respiratory Effects of Early Childhood Exposure to Respirable Particulate Matter link.
  6. "Indoor air pollution and household energy". World Health Organization .
  7. Overview of EPA Woodstove Emissions Regulations Formula:Webarchive The Chimney Sweep.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Adams, Margaret Byrd. 1981. Warm & tasty: the wood heat stove cookbook. Seattli Vasingtoniae: Pacific Search Press. ISBN 0914718622.
  • Agrell, David. 2013. "14 Bright Ideas for a Better Wood Stove." Popular Mechanics, 8 Martii 2013. Editio interretialis.
  • Bock, Gordon. 2012. "The History of Old Stoves." Old House Online, 3 Augusti 2012, retractatus 9 Maii 2019. Editio interretialis.
  • Bramen, Lisa. 2011. "Cooking through the Ages: A Timeline of Oven Inventions: How much has technology really changed since the first ovens, wood-fired hearths?" Smithsonian Magazine, 18 Novembris 2011. Editio interretialis.
  • Condon, Richard, et Wendy Bennett. 1973. The Mexican stove; what to put on it and in it. Garden City Novi Eboraci, Doubleday. ISBN 038503427X.
  • Harris, Howell J. 2008. “Inventing the U.S. Stove Industry, c. 1815–1875: Making and Selling the First Universal Consumer Durable.” Business History Review 82 (Hiems): 701–33.
  • Harris, Howell. 2012. “Coping with Competition: Cooperation and Collusion in the U.S. Stove Industry, c. 1870–1930.” Business History Review 86 (Hiems): 657–92.
  • Kern, Barbara, et Ken Kern. 1983. Ken Kern's masonry stove. Novi Eboraci: Scribner. ISBN 0684177757.
  • Petrasch, Jörg. 1986. "Typologie und Funktion neolithischer Öfen in Mittel- und Südosteuropa." Acta Praehistorica et Archaeologica 18: 33–83.
  • Roth C.,“Micro Gasification: Cooking with gas from biomass." GIZ HERA – Poverty-oriented Basic Energy Service, Ianuario 2011. PDF.
  • Wik, Ole. 1976. How to build an oil barrel stove. Photographema Manya Wik. Anchorage Alascae: Alaska Northwest Publishing Company. ISBN 0882400770.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

Commons-logo.svg Vicimedia Communia plura habent quae ad foculum spectant (Stove, Heating stoves).
Wiktionary-ico-de.png Vide foculum in Victionario.