I have been trying different ideas for stoves and tents. The following is my latest. The same design works for stand up shelters.
8'x15' nylon tarp
5'' stove, 40'' tapered chimney, 2 part stove jack on floor, weighs 2lbs.
6'' stove lying on side, left; baffle seen thru feed door. right;bottom draft door and grate, attached heat shield/ash catcher
The baffle; stops the sparks so no spark arrestor is needed, makes cooking surface is the hottest part of the stove, controls the fire for a slow hot burn.
tapered chimney sections use a sleeve butt joint to bear weight as the center pole. A water boiler can be put on the top of the chimney outside.
The tipi syle is popular. I prefer a roof as low as possible with no vents in the top 1/3 of the tent to keep a layer of
hot air above, radiating down. I do not like a floor in a tent because the bare ground or snow always needs fixing to
sleep on. Mosquitos are hard to keep out with screens on doors that are opening and closing, so I let the stove
smoke inside a bit to make them leave. I like to sleep under the tarp in a bivy or covered with a net. A tarp with a
chimney/stove makes a true 4 season allweather tent, a shade in summer or nailed down tight in a winter blizzard.
Google chimpac or centerpole chimney for arguments on other forums