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A campfire is a fire at a campsite that provides light and warmth, and heat for cooking. ... from catching fire. Flying embers are still a threat, and the fire ring may become hot enough to ignite m...

How hot does a campfire get? - Trailspace.com

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A small bed of coals is all that needed to cook food, when placed closer to the fire . So this was a conversation about the degrees or temp, rather ...

What is the average temperature of a campfire? - Ask.com

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In most instances, campfire temperatures generally average 1,571 degrees Fahrenheit. ... There are generally three types of fuel an individual may use to construct a campfire, including tinder, or small pieces of wood that light easily ... Certain issues can prevent the fire from properly lighting or reaching its ideal temperature, ...

How hot is a campfire? - Ask.com

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Campfires can reach temperatures of over 930 degrees Fahrenheit. A campfire can be one of ... The average camp fire will reach about 930 degrees after burning for as little as three hours. Because of this, campers should never sleep too ...

Fire II: Color and Temperature | Maggie Maggio | Smashing Color

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Aug 26, 2011 ... Near the logs, where most burning is occurring, the fire is white, the hottest color possible for organic material ... Color also tells us about the temperature of a candle flame. ... Pingback: Fire I: Campfires | SMASHING COLOR.

camping - How to create campfire which will burn overnight? - The ...

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Feb 3, 2013 ... This is provided that the spacing between the logs is small enough to ... Even if the fire goes out, the rocks will stay warm for quite a while.

How To Build A Roaring Campfire | The Art Of Manliness

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Sep 4, 2008 ... Fuel wood is what keeps your fire hot and burning. Contrary to ... Place some small pieces of kindling around your tinder nest. Lay small pieces ...

Why Are There Blue and Green Flames? - UWGB Home

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Mar 12, 2013 ... It's not unusual to see small blue and green flames when watching a campfire ... No, it's not enough to be dangerous in the case of candles or campfires. ... Black body radiation is the radiation given off by objects that are hot, ...

The Science of Fire

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It takes more energy to raise the temperature of a larger object. If the same amount of energy is input to a large object as a small one, it will raise the temperature ...

Colored Fire Flames - Campfire Dude

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Adding a small amount of chemicals to a hot burning fire can have an 'Ooooh- aaaah' effect. It's important to do these only after all cooking has been done on the ...

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How Hot Is a Bonfire? | The Classroom | Synonym

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A well-stoked wood bonfire can exceed temperatures of about 1100 degrees Celsius (2012 degrees ... The final stage in a wood fire, charcoal, burns the hottest.

Maximum temperature in a wood fire - The Science Forum

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This allows for a very fast burning very hot fire that is ideal for ... Since it burns so hot, very little coal is made, and so the fire doesn't last like a regular camp fire would. ... Go ahead and do an experiment, start 3 small fires.

Temperatures in flames and fires - Fire Science and Technology Inc.

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Apr 28, 1997 ... A peak temperature of around 1400°C is found in a candle flame [3]. ... 320~400° C. For small flames (less than about 1 m base diameter), ...