The link below shows the animated result of a Simulation of a cross section of a CooKit. It does not include the
power from the side reflectors.
click here to play CooKit Profile Video
This video shows the power contributed by the side reflectors. The display picture shows a view of each reflector.
Each reflector is divided into pixels. Each pixel corresponds to an elemental area of the reflector. Black
pixels define the extent of the reflector with a white line representing the boiundary between the rear and front portion
of the reflector. Pixels corresponding to elemental areas from which reflected sun rays hit the pot are shaded.
Rays from the white pixels hit the top of the pot, Rays from dark gray pixels hit the side of the pot. Rays
from light gray pixels hit the bottom of the pot.
click here to play side reflector video
Augmented side reflectors have more reflecting surface on the upper side of the reflectors than the normal CooKit reflectors..
Augmented reflectors are similar to normal side reflectors except that the material in the upper corners or the piece from
which the CooKit is constructed is not removed. The augmented reflector increases the cooking power by making effective
use of material that probably would otherwise be discarded.
click here to play Augmented Side Reflector video