Does a layer of ash at the bottom of a wood-burning stove have any impact on how well the stove works?
no because the fire does not get down there most of the time
Most of the newer stoves burn better with an inch of ash on the bottom. We always advise our customers to do so.
all fire needs a source of oxygen. a woodburning stove is no different
This varies by state and local codes, although most use the NFPA codes. Google: NFPA minimum clearance woodburning stove
A fridge or a woodburning stove.
All wood is good for burning in a wood stove. The difference is how long the fuel lasts in the stove. (I find it fascinating that you have both internet access and a woodburning stove.) Pine is not recommended too pitchy, and or sap. wood stove saves on electric bills in the winter.
Andrew R. Addkison has written: 'Cooking on a woodburning stove' -- subject(s): Cookery, Wood Stoves
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The stove burner looks like a Volcano.Volcanoes are on the earth's crust.Therefore Crust is the layer that is like a stove burner.
When the outside temp is higher than the inside temp, the warm air forces the cooler air in the chimney back into the stove/house. Hence the odor.
Copper-bottom pots work just fine on a glass-top stove.
Benjamin Franklin invented many items we use today. One of the most famous items was the bifocal spectacle, or bifocal glasses. Other items include the Franklin Stove, which is a type of woodburning stove, and the lightning rod.
conduction causes a frying pan to get hot on a stove....................
Both aluminum and copper have higher thermal conductivity than steel. This distributes the heat from the stove more quicky and uniformly to have an even cooking surface over the pan.
Not really; you can buy pans that have grill ridges in the bottom. You can use this kind of pan to grill on a stove.
Someone has given me the exact stove and mine does not have a tray for the ashes there is a solid bottom though. I am trying to find out if there is a special way to hook up the pipe, there seems to be no hole to attach the pipe to the top of the stove or does it just sit on there. let me know if you know anything. I cant find anything about… Read More
it is conduction
All the bubbles float to the top , this layer will grow if you don't remove it from the stove, it happens when tons of heat is applied
Is the stove level ? Is the pan wellworn with a rounded bottom rather than a flat bottom ?
All woodburning heaters which are sold in the United States must comply with the emission standards in the EPA Phase II Wood Stove Emissions Regulations (See the link below) The "35-to-1" stove (sometimes referred to as an "EPA exempt" stove) can be sold because they don't meet the definition of a "woodburning heater". One common way to be exempted is to be a non-airtight fireplace, with an air-fuel ratio inside the firebox of at least… Read More
Because it can scratch the bottom of the pan and ruin it
to let air flow in Thir are 2 on top and 2 on the bottom, what is the dfference
It is safe for the microwave, freezer and top rack of the dishwasher, but not the stove, oven or grill.
The soup is in a pan and the pan sits on the stove. The metal in the pan conducts heat from the burner , making the bottom of the pan hot. The hot pan conducts heat into the soup,causing currents in the soup. (The hot soup in the bottom of pan rises , causing colder soup to flow in and get heated. )
Cast iron cook stove made by atlanta stove works on the oven door there is the name red mountain hh what is the history of this stove where can you find parts you need a complete water reservoir?
Atlanta Stove Works, formerly maker of the "'Cue Cart," a great grill that I must have cooked 100M lbs. on, and other excellent smaller models, such as the Sportsman portable grill of all cast iron. A great little grill. I treasure mine. Alas, the company bit the dust from terminal stupidity of management. It was absorbed by Birmingham Stove Works which became Birmingham Stove and Range. I met with them about 10 years ago to… Read More
What method of heat transfer do you use a burner on a stove heats the bottom of the pot is it convection or radiation or conduction?
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Put a 1/4 in layer of vegetable oil and add popcorn in a small sauce pan add flavoring
If you put water on the stove, the hot water at the bottom will move up - the entire pot of water will get mixed.
An object (such as a stove top), transfers energy in the form of heat to the layer of liquid just above it through conduction. Convection then forces the heated liquid to rise, thereby heating more of the liquid and forcing the cooler liquid to replace it at the bottom. These convective currents are responsible for the roiling action found in a boiling substance.
A stove. Hopefully, a gimballed stove!
The stove we call the Franklin stove was invented by Franklin in 1742 and was called the Pennsylvania stove by Franklin. The Franklin stove is just modern interpretation of that stove.
in a pot on the stove, cold water sinks to the bottom and hot water circulates on the top of the pot. (The colder water needs to become hot, so it sinks to the bottom. That's why you see movement in the pot of water.)
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Depends on the stove, but usually not
If you have a handle to adjust the flue on a wood burning stove what is the slide handle on the bottom for?
This handle would be for emptying ashes that fall below the grate i would think.
It is best to burn oak, maple, ash, or some other hardwood. What you are really after is something that has a lot of heat output and very little smoke. You can burn coal in a stove that is specifically designed for it - don't assume a wood stove is, because it can burn through the stove. Don't burn trash or plastic in a wood stove. --- According to the University of Idaho: "All wood… Read More
If it is an induction stove: by induction. If it is an electric stove: by conduction. If it is a halogen stove: by radiation. If it is a gas stove: by conduction mostly.
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The "Franklin stove" (not "Benjamin Franklin stove") was named after its inventor, Benjamin Franklin, who would never have thought of putting a statue of himself on it. The Franklin stove is actually a metal fireplace liner that allowed a fire in the fireplace to heat a room more efficiently. It contained a hollow "baffle", a wide, thin iron box near (but not at) the rear. The baffle was open at the bottom and contained two… Read More
Most stove manufacturers have information on their websites- and the link at the bottom of this page will take you to a good general tutorial. enjoy- If you know the make and model, the above mentioed sites may also have specific manuals for your stove.
The copper bottom is not a homogeneous mass so some parts heat at a different rate than others and the temperature then varies from one spot to another - switching alternately between areas
Cooking pans that have been "painted" with regular paint on the bottom are not good to cook with because the paint was not meant to withstand the high heat from flame or electric stove and will blister or smoke with poison fumes.
Stove is a machine that had gas.
* If it is just velveeta, add the cheese and some rotel or water. The water (either natural or from the rotel) will keep it from scorching on the bottom of your pot.
As close to the floor as possible, or on the floor. Remember you want the range to sit back against the wall. So you must mount the outlet so it goes into the opening at the bottom of the stove. Otherwise when you plug it in, the plug will hit the back of the stove.
A stove bolt is a bolt used in a wood stove. The bolts have a slotted head.
A pellet stove is a form of wood burning stove except more efficient.
The cabin's roof was all stove in. The coffeepot is still on the stove.
There are no antonyms for the word 'stove'.
stove = estufa
You can't cook a stove.