Fire is the rapid oxidation of a material in the exothermic chemical process of
combustion, releasing heat, light, and various reaction products. Slower oxidative
processes like rusting or digestion...
But as ppine pointed out, the color of the fire would indicate temp too. I forgot ...
Paper burns at 451F, as any SciFi reader knows. And wood is ...
In most instances, campfire temperatures generally average 1571 degrees
Fahrenheit. ... How hot is a campfire? ... At what temperature does water boil? Q:
This government publication on the thermal performance of masonry chimneys
and fireplaces didn't find temperatures greater than 855°C and that was the gas ...
The duration and the maximum temperature of a fire in a building compartment
depends on several factors including the amount and configuration of available ...
No bellows or other devices, simply burning wood in a fireplace. ... to break the
magnetic alignments between atoms than it does to break their chemical bonds.
.... This allows for a very fast burning very hot fire that is ideal for ...
Feb 3, 2013 ... He somehow always manages to keep his campfire burning until dawn. How
does one know how much wood to collect such that it is adequate ... the fire will
then burn downwards (as each level becomes hot enough to ignite ...
Apr 28, 1997 ... It is unfortunately not too rare to find that fire investigators estimate flame ... For
methane burning in air, the adiabatic flame temperature is 1949°C, while for ...
The latter value does not appear to be a universal constant.
Aug 26, 2011 ... Near the logs, where most burning is occurring, the fire is white, the ... Our
traditional associations for color and temperature tell us that red is hot and blue is
cold. ... When does the blue jump in front of the red in this rug? Fire I: ...
So as a fire burns, the hot gases and vapours will rise up a chimney. ... oxygen
into a fire is to draw oxygen up through it (in the same way as a chimney does)