Burners and Drip Pans
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A stove is an appliance that generates heat inside or on top of the device. Stoves are primarily designed to cook food.
When humans first started cooking, it was done mainly over an open fire. Initially, cooking vessels were typically placed directly on the fire. By setting the cooking vessel on a support such as a few stones, humans invented the first stove. In fact, the three-stone stove method is still used around the world today. In some regions, the three-stone stove developed into a U-shaped brick or dried mud enclosure. These enclosures include an opening in the front for air and fuel.
Types of stoves include the kitchen stove, the coal-burning stove, and the wood-burning stove. Each stove type varies in efficiency and purpose.
Modern stoves use direct heat for cooking food. They can be identified by the heat source and purpose. They may also include an oven underneath for baking. Stoves were traditionally fueled by wood or coal, but modern versions are also powered by electricity or gas. Some electric stoves also use an induction system which heats the cooking utensil, but not the stove top.
Wood-burning stoves for heating produced in the United States after 1992 are required to emit only a certain number of particulates. Because of concerns about air pollution, deforestation, and climate change, stove design has changed to be more efficient. Especially in very populous countries, innovations in biomass burning-stoves are developing to reduce particulate emissions.
- Kitchen stove
- Woodburning stove
- Coal stove