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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...

How hot is a wood fire? | Reference.com

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Depending on the type of wood and the conditions involved, a wood fire can begin to burn at approximately 300 degrees Fahrenheit, but full flames typically require a heat of 500 degrees Fahrenheit.... ... How does a fireplace work?

How Hot Is a Bonfire? | The Classroom | Synonym

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... Hot Is a Bonfire? The charcoal in a bonfire burns hot enough to melt some metals. ... The final stage in a wood fire, charcoal, burns the hottest. Sponsored link ...

How hot does a campfire get? - Trailspace.com

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I thought he's going to wake with a badly burned face, but the next scene he ... If you don't believe me, light a small fire with dry wood, and then ...

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

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Apr 28, 1997 ... It is unfortunately not too rare to find that fire investigators estimate ... For methane burning in air, the adiabatic flame temperature is 1949°C, while for propane it is 1977°C, for example. The value for wood is nearly identical to that for propane. ... The latter value does not appear to be a universal constant.

In a normal fireplace with normal wood, on average what ...

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Dec 27, 2006 ... Kind a long question, but if you put a plate under a burning log in a ... If your leaving a plate in a fire, why does it matter what the plate is made ...

At what temperature does a forest fire burn? – Wildfire Today

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Feb 26, 2011 ... The flash point, or the temperature at which wood will burst into flame, is 572°F, ... Norway: rare winter brush fire burns numerous structures.

The Science of Fire - HOME

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to a higher temperature than wood to get it to burn (which takes more heat) but you ... So as a fire burns, the hot gases and vapours will rise up a chimney. ... into a fire is to draw oxygen up through it (in the same way as a chimney does)

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If the smoke does not burn in the firebox, it may condense in the chimney, forming ... lighter in weight than unseasoned wood, and does hot hiss in the fire.

How to Build & Maintain a Wood Fire - Woodheat.org

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If the smoke does not burn it will flow into the chimney where it will either ... You will need the following materials to build and maintain a good wood fire: ... In extreme cases, these flaws can result in hot backdrafts that fill the house with smoke.

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How hot is a campfire? | Reference.com

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As little as one second of contact with wood heated to 158 degrees Fahrenheit can inflict a third-degree burn. The average camp fire will reach about 930 degrees after burning for as little as three ... At what temperature does duct tape melt?

So the "average" campfire is supposed to run around 900-1000 ...

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Are campfires in AZ hotter than normal, or does Budweiser use something other than aluminum in .... Does all wood burn at the same temp?