Unformatted text preview: the expected temperature a second design was looked at. This design was incorporated with ideas from the first two designs to make the final solar oven. The final oven consists of an outer box cardboard box. On top of the box there is hole that exposes a smaller cooking chamber to the sun. On top of the cooking chamber sits another piece of cardboard with a square shaped hole, which holds two Mylar sheets. To this top cardboard box eight solar ovens (approximately 45cm in length) are placed at exactly 106 degrees to the horizontal. This piece of cardboard is taped to the top of the box and pointed towards the sun using backpacks. Based on testing performed on March 30, 2008 the solar oven reached a temperature of 412 degrees Fahrenheit but a higher temperature could have been reached if better tape had been used on the top of the box....
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This note was uploaded on 03/17/2010 for the course ENGR 102 taught by Professor Likhatchev during the Spring '07 term at Arizona.
- Spring '07