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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Campfire

A campfire is a fire at a campsite that provides light and warmth, and heat for cooking. ... Flying embers are still a threat, and the fire ring may become hot enough to ignite material in contact with it, or the rocks could ... Timber ranges from small logs two or three inches (76 mm) across to larger logs that can burn for hours.

www.trailspace.com/forums/camp-kitchen/topics/173922.html

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 ...

sciencing.com/hot-bonfire-8770.html

Apr 24, 2017 ... The charcoal in a bonfire burns hot enough to melt some metals. ... When a fire heats wood to 100 degrees Celsius (212 degrees Fahrenheit), ...

rebuildingcivilization.com/content/how-hot-does-typical-campfire-get-it-hot-enough-melt-silver

This test of a rocket stove found a maximum average temperature of 945°C and a max temperature of 1049 °C. The third paper found that for small flames (less ...

outdoorzer.com/how-hot-does-a-campfire-get

At the end of a long day of hiking, there's nothing like sitting round a roaring fire with your fellow campers to chat, to cook and to relax. But have you ever ...

www.thescienceforum.com/chemistry/15215-maximum-temperature-wood-fire.html

You can make a short Gladius with a smaller amount of iron! ... This allows for a very fast burning very hot fire that is ideal for cooking quickly ... very little coal is made, and so the fire doesn't last like a regular camp fire would.

www.doctorfire.com/flametmp.html

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), ...

bearinforest.com/how-hot-is-a-campfire-campfire-is-not-joke

Another good safety rule to follow is never make a huge fire. A fire, as I mentioned above, will reach ...

www.orionn49.com/science_of_fire.htm

If the same amount of energy is input to a large object as a small one, it will raise the ... So as a fire burns, the hot gases and vapours will rise up a chimney.