As you can see, I understand very little of what is happening, I hope you help me.
- Smaller nozzles increase penetration and increase heat, but increase resistance to airflow? Truth
- The oxidation of the carbon provides heat that oxidation the wood above the nozzles? (ash?) Truth
- Upward-facing nozzles provide increased heat in the wood container and earlier oxidation of the wood?
- Oxidation of carbon emits water, gases,air,ash and tar? Truth
- Water, gases and tar are converted in the glowing carbon layer under the nozzles into combustible gases? (ash?) Truth
- The conversion reduce the heat? Truth
- To maintain the heat and change the gas flow, we make a restriction, smaller restriction increases the heat? (or increases the mixture of gases (cracking of tar gases?) Truth
- Does the distance between the constriction and the nozzles affect the heat?
- Smaller distance between constriction and nozzles increases the heat?
10.If we increase the heat of the air through the nozzles, does the rate of conversion of the gases increase? Truth
- Increased heat allows us to increase the distance between restriction and nozzles, more carbon to the conversion of gases while retaining heat?
- If we increase the heat, do the nozzles have to be bigger to maintain the oxygen content?
- If the gas passes through too cold coal, is it converted to CO2 again?