I don't have the faintest idea of word count, sorry. If you are able to organise a Russian translator that would be awfully nice. Mind you, the actual translator should be if possible, have affinity with the subject. At the same time, I'll applaude every attempt to get things going.
Luckily, another guy has offered help to translate the site into the Russian language. He's living in Saint Petersburg, selling mass heaters. He thinks of himself of having a vested interest in making this technology known to a larger public.
I am very happy with that, he completed the Build section just some days ago and I implemented it. Difficult job, I take one paragraph at a time and feed it to Google Translate so I am certain I am looking at the right text. Same for the headers and captions.
So, in case Russian is your native language here's another chapter to read.
Another article added, about air streams and their behaviour in the batchrocket core. For those who are interested: batchrocket.eu/en/workings#stream It might be that the wording is a bit dull, sorry for that. Terry, my Australian proof reader and corrector can't be contacted at this time.
Edit: Terry is able and willing to do proofreading and correcting so the text of the article could be changed in the next days or week.
Last Edit: Aug 5, 2020 2:48:30 GMT -8 by peterberg
As of today, the total of unique visitors of the site exceeded 200,000. Around the same time the total views counted 532,924. It took 5 days more than a year to go from 150,000 to 200,000. That's quicker than the last jump up, largely due to the growing numbers from the southern hemisphere, namely South America.
Nothing about the Double Shoebox Rocket is on the site as yet. I will be 75 years old next month, feeling good so experimenting on the DSR1+ project is my main goal for the time being.
Last Edit: Feb 17, 2021 11:28:31 GMT -8 by peterberg
In the first week of May two guys from Southern Brazil asked me whether it would be alright to translate the site into Portugese. I was searching for someone to do just that for two years, so I am very happy about this. The structure for this language is in place, the banner, license information and the Introduction is translated and implemented.
Excellent initiative, Felipe Ewald and Felipe Drago!
Last Edit: May 19, 2021 4:21:39 GMT -8 by peterberg
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deadstarsstillburn: The people over there recommended either a 6" batchbox or an 8" J-tube. I don't know what those are but am going to try to figure that out. What I need is a blueprint that I can scale to fit the need for my house. I have something likne 5000 square feet
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deadstarsstillburn: but I do not need to heat all of it by any means. probably only need to heat half of that, maybe less.
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deadstarsstillburn: moreover, the house has 3 storeys (large attic) so I assume if I get very efficient heating on the ground floor, that will go a long way toward heating the upstairs as well, no?
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