2018 - 2019
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Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) stove is the basic need of the kitchen. In recent days, though the electric stoves have come with advanced features and automation, it cannot replace the LPG stove. But the LPG stove needs continuous monitoring on fire control. In some cases, overcooking recipes may lead to poor quality/wastage of food and consumption LPG.
In the face of its dwindling reserve, underscore the need for performance improvement of LPG cook stoves. A novel gas stove is developed in this project work which facilitates the user to set flame level and burning time of the gas stoves. When the time ends, the gas stove gets turned off automatically. It also senses the gas leakage during cooking and gives an alarm sound, and the controller itself turns off the stove. As time and temperature are controlled, human intervention for fire control is not necessary, and it ensures food quality. It can be a much more useful implement for homemakers, since the flame level, cooking timing and ignition is automatic. It can also be useful for conserving gas and protection against gas leakage.
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