the open gas generator requires a well-controlled fuel filling, for the risk of surplus oxygen, it must be robust or have refractory concrete, so when you have a dry fuel, but I see a larger grain size for wood around 30x80, and a mix of 60% wood and 40% rice husk,
So to illustrate my reasoning, we say for computers, if we program shit, it comes out of shit, the gasifier is the same, a fuel with too much water prevents the heart of the gasifier to achieve high temperature for a good quality of gas, but the most harmful is that you reduce by two, see by three the life of your engine.
the operation of the gas generator requires a rigor of work, and to respect all the stages, it is at this price that the operation will be perfect and to be sure that everything is clean in the gasogene.
For dry wood, on plates, on a parking lot, on an asphalt road, ect it is not a problem.
dried dried … and everything will work out.