Specifically bowl turning kilns.
Having been a refrigeration technician for many years and from reading all I can find about drying bowls and from my lifelong fascination with physics, I’ve come up with the theory on bowl drying.
I also have an interest in philosophy, which comes from my life long association and best friend CS who teaches philosophy on the college level.
Parsimony…look it up.
“Adoption of the simplest assumption in the formulation of a theory or in the interpretation of data, especially in accordance with the rule of Ockham’s razor.”
To boil it down, airflow that is drier than the ambient humidity or relative humidity of the surrounding room, what ever that level may be.
Airflow is moving a volume of air, not creating drafts or wind.
Any apparatus that employs these principles will work.
I leave the particulars up to you.
-- Mom always said, "you can do anything you put your mind to." The older I get the more I realize she was right.