Web Results

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Campfire

A campfire is a fire at a campsite that provides light and warmth, and heat for cooking. It can ... Never bury hot coals, they can continue to burn and cause root fires or wildfires. .... as a fire of choice before bedding down for the evening without having to get up periodically to add fuel wood and/or stoke the fire to keep it going.

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

... day and we started yaking about campfires and how hot they get. ... People that work metal can judge the temperature of a fire by its color.

sciencing.com/hot-bonfire-8770.html

Apr 24, 2017 ... A well-stoked wood bonfire can exceed temperatures of about 1,100 degrees Celsius (2,012 degrees Fahrenheit), which easily melts aluminum ...

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

There are several factors that can ... burns that you should be aware of so ...

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

Jun 6, 2017 ... This is why it isn't always a good idea to place tin cans directly over a campfire, because if the fire is hot enough, it will start to melt the can.

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

So I think it is safe to say the 1000 °C would be considered a hot open fire. ... then you can get hotter temperatures but the question was about a typical campfire.

skysaver.com/blog/how-hot-is-fire

Dec 1, 2015 ... Everyone knows that fire is hot, but how hot can it actually get? Not everyone realizes that there are different temperatures for fire.

www.quora.com/Will-a-campfire-get-hot-enough-to-melt-aluminum

Aluminum melts at 1221 F. The flame in a wood fire is over 1900 F . Aluminum melts easily in a ... With Onshape, you can design anywhere. Onshape is ...

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

I think you'd get a hotter fire with charcoal and some way to control the .... I would think there's a limit to how hot you can make a flame simply by ...