Q: Is a stove an enclosed space in which fuel is burned to provide heating? ¶
A: Yes, and either to heat the space in which the stove is situated, or to heat the stove itself and items placed on it.
Q: Is a stove usually several metres above the combustion chamber? ¶
Q: Are stoves a more sophisticated version of traditional wood-burning stoves? ¶
Q: Are stoves more efficient and prevents air from being sucked from the room into the chimney? ¶
Q: Is a stove a wood-burning stove designed to burn solid fuel? ¶
A: Yes, and traditionally wood, in a controlled fashion so as to provide for efficient and controlled fuel use, and the benefits of stable heating or cooking temperatures.
Q: Are stoves fitted with a grate so allowing part of the combustion air to be admitted below the fire? ¶
Q: Was a stove designed for large canteen or castle kitchens? ¶
A: Yes, and though.
Q: Are stoves based on Top Lit updraft or Woodgas or Smoke Burner stove a principle applied and made popular by Dr? ¶
Q: Are stoves often built with a window to let out some light and to enable the user to view progress of the fire? ¶
Q: Is a stove an alternative currently used throughout the world? ¶
A: Yes, and with rapid growth in Europe.
Q: Is a stove still widely used around the world? ¶
Q: Is a stove used to cook food? ¶
Q: Is a stove typically used for heating a dwelling? ¶
Q: Is a stove the Franklin stove? ¶
A: Yes, and said to have been invented by Benjamin Franklin in 1742.
Q: Are stoves typically more efficient and controllable than open fires? ¶
A: Yes, and there are exceptions.
Q: Is a stove a kitchen appliance designed for the purpose of cooking food? ¶
Q: Are stoves used most often to heat buildings in winter? ¶
Q: Was a stove a much more compact, wood-burning cast-iron stove, patented in the U.S? ¶
A: Yes, in 1834.
Q: Is a stove a type of clean-burning stove which uses small? ¶
A: Yes, and biological fuel pellets which are renewable and very clean-burning.
Q: Are stoves ongoing and was on display at the Wood Stove Decathlon in 2013 in Washington DC? ¶