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The autoignition temperature or kindling point of a substance is the lowest temperature at which .... "Ignition and charring temperatures of wood" (PDF).

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Reaction. Temperature (Celsius). Wood slowly chars*. 120°-150°. Decayed wood ignites. 150°. Ignition temp of various woods. 190°-260°. Paper yellows. 150°.

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Measurement of the Ignition Temperature of Wood. LI YUDONG. Research Institute for Wood Industry. Chinese Academy of Forestry. Beijing 100091. People's ...

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Every material has an 'autoignition point' – the temperature at which it will spontaneously ignite without any external source of ignition. With wood, the ...

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The ignition point for some common fuels and chemicals butane, coke, hydrogen, ... Fuel or Chemical, Auto-ignition Temperature ... Pine Wood - dry, 427, 800.

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'pyrophoric char.' Because of this, it has been claimed that wood exposed to long- term, low-temperature heat sources cannot exhibit spontaneous combustion, ...

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ignition of wood usually deal with temperatures, size of material, and rate of ... termed the “ignition temperature” for wood does not have a fixed value but is.

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flaming. It is shown that the ignition temperature is around 250ºC for wood exposed to the minimum heat flux possible for ignition, and that it invariably ignites, ...

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Wood may ignite by flaming directly, or it may ignite in a glowing mode, which may or may not be followed by flaming. It is shown that the ignition temperature is  ...