O.K. I do see now.
Best before you weld, you read.
The last two fellows I know of to enclose vehicle charcoal gasifiers into vehicle trunks were Ben Peterson and Kristian in Slovenia. Even with much prior experiences they were shocked how much allowances they needed to make for systems heat ventilation’s, once enclosed.
Krisians experiences are well pictured and described here on the DOW if you search.
Regardless. Member Til’s advice to read those two books was to familiarized yourself with the overall needs for any system.
#1 - how much charcoal fuel will you need? And where can you get it/make it/store it.
Many, many topics here on just that.
Many, many very good excellent welder fabricators have made up something that will be impossible to make useable past a first woopie! flare-burn and engine run. Not close to meeting all of a systems requirements for hours usages.
No personal offense intended.
I say the same thing to the modern-electronics-controls-will-solve-all-of-my-gasifier-system-problems, folks too.
Easier imho to have for decades have hard worked much wood for heat; then, learn to basic fab/weld and wire; than the other way around.
15 years of Net broadcast out failures to prove this now.
best regards Steve unruh