How do they use flame throwers?
The main components is a fuel supply, a fuel delivery system, and a pilot flame to start the ignition.
yes they use
Satchel charges and flame throwers
Because flame throwers are too messy and tanks, and planes use a lot of fuel.
ak's and flame throwers
Flame throwers work by spraying a jet of ignited fuel onto a target.
-Grenades -Flame Throwers -Icons to name a few
yes they where
Cannon repeater rifles hand guns flame throwers armored ships subs a form of early machine gun hot air balloons No... Flame-throwers were invented for use by the German Army during World War One. Maybe around 1917(ish)... Not used in the United States civil War.
Germany first used flame throwers in WW1 (1914-1918) against ENTRENCED allied positions. US Marines used them for the very same reasons: ENTRENCED enemy positions.
yes. mostly by German units................
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It depends, if it is a wide open arena and healthkits are plentiful, then no.
Napalm is a flammable substance (originally it was gasoline) mixed with a gelling agent to make it adhere to surfaces when spread. It was developed in the US for use in incendiary bombs and flame throwers.
Machine guns, flame throwers, tanks, planes, bombs, & grinades
Flame throwers were used by both the Allies and Axis in WW II. The first time they were used by the Japanese against US military was at the Battle of Wake Island. US Marines quickly learned that a round from a 50 cal. on the back pack tank cured that problem.
Although flame throwers are very impressive, you can kill people much faster, and at greater distances, by using automatic rifles or machine guns.
Spears, arrows, guns, flintlock, tanks, submarines, flame throwers to name a few.
Airplanes, tanks, gas, flame throwers, machine guns.
US M-1 German M-37 Japanese M-100
The modern flamer thrower was accepted as a weapon in 1911. Richard Fiedler, a german army engineer invented the model in 1901. The flame throwers today work the same way.
bazooka rocket launcher mortar grenades machine gun tanks sniper rifles flame throwers
Explain why world war 1 was also known as the modern war and give examples of technological advances?
It was the first war to use airplanes in combat, rapid fire machine guns, tanks, chemical weapons, submarines, & flame throwers.
Rifles and pistols, machine guns, artillery, bayonets, torpedoes, flame throwers, mustard and chlorine gases, and smokeless gunpowder.
Rifles, Machine guns,Zeppelins (Blimps), Tanks, Planes,Torpedos, Poison gas, Grenades, And Flame throwers.
Soap, high heel shoes, mines, lamps, flame throwers, cross bow, catapults, pistons, levers, and plumbing were invented by the Greeks.
Poison Gas (chloride and mustard): The Tank:The Aeroplane: Flame Throwers, submarines/u-boats, Lee-Enfield Rifle
ross rifle lee enfield rifle vikers machine gun flame throwers pistols bayonets heavy and light artillery guns
Planes, machine guns, poison gas, flame throwers.
The Chinese gave us paper, clocks, gunpowder, flame throwers ( the had a type of flame mechanism on the war ships) peaches, pepper, ceramics, silk, porcelain, to name a few things that came out of China.
Planes, poison gas, tanks, machine guns, submarines, bayonets, rifles, torpedoes, subs, zeppelins, flame throwers.
About 80-85mph is very common. Some guys can hurl it up to 90+mph. Look up Wiffleboy28 and Rob Hoffman, they're pure flame throwers.
We do not use the blue flame as such only. It will not be efficient for use alone.
The Vietnam War may have been the last time US tanks used flame-throwers on their tanks. Today's hi-tech computorized weapons have largely negated the reasons for such primitive weapons. Those flame throwers certainly look effective and devastating on television, and like ANY weapon they are deadly...but they are not nearly as destructive in real life. Especially when operating in DAMP environments; such as in a rain forest (read JUNGLE) or the snow. There's also been… Read More
Actually, the first inventors of the flame throwers were the Chinese. The flamethrower is an ancient invention. The general idea of something shooting continuous flames came from the Chinese around the 10th century B.C.
The candle burns with a single flame.
You don't have to use the yellow flame but its not recommended for heating as its a lot cooler than the blue flame.
the blue flame is the hottest flame. the orange flame isn't as hot and produces soot. your better to use the blue flame.
The US Military used three models of Flame Throwers in combat. They are as follows: M1 Flame Thrower-first used in the Solomon Islands June 15, 1943 M1A1 Flame Thrower-first used in the Fall of 1942 M2-2 Flame Thrower-first used in the Invasion of Guam, July 21, 1944 Richard V. Horrell WW 2 Connections.com
weapons used in the trenches in the World War 1 was rifles and pistols Machine guns Artillery Bayonets Torpedoes Flame Throwers Mustard and Chlorine gases and Smokeless Gunpowder In the trenches, the weapon carried by all British soldiers was the BOLTACTION RIFLE
The safety flame is the flame to use when out of the room and the hole must be shut.
prevents soot generation
Because the luminous flame would interfere with the observations.
Scientists use the flame test in their workplace. Flame test is a confirmatory test for certain specific elements, most of which are metals.
The civil war was the first modern war. They had repeating rifles, submarines, military ambulances, hot air balloons for spying, barbed wire, flame throwers, just to name the few.
you would use the safety flame when not heating anything because the blue flame is for heating because its hotter than yellow.
its hotter than a yellow flame
yes we can use flame to identify an element
Non luminous flame
Ships go back into history for thousands of years. Ancient Egypt had boats, the Vikings, ancient Chinese had war ships with flame throwers in the bow. The Romans had war ships, and the Greeks had ships for trade. Ships and boats use goes so far back in time that it is impossible to know who invented them.
The flame that you use the most is the safety flame. The safety flame is the yellow one it is not too hot and not too cold. The air hole should be half open for the safety flame and it makes a hissing sound. Your Welcome xx :D