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Asked in Home Improvement, Heating Ventilating and Air Conditioning, Fireplaces, Wood-Burning Stoves
Why cant i control the flame on my wood burning stove?
Fire isn't something you can just light and walk away from, take the time to stoke the fire turn the logs and keep the embers hot and don't overload it then you should have a good fire ...
Asked in Camping
What happens when you start a fire with a moist wood?
Trying to start a fire with damp wood is very difficult. When I backpack I always carry some tinder (dry shavings) to start a fire. Wet wood will not burn unless the fire is hot enough to evaporate the water that is in the wood. You can burn damp wood on an already burning fire but it will not burn as hot. Wet wood tends to smoke a lot and may go out on a small fire that does not have...
How does using the billows affect the combustion of the wood in the fireplace?
A bellows injects O2 into the flame causing it to burn hotter. Much like blowing on a hot ember while trying to get a fire started. ...
Asked in Home Appliances, Gas Ranges
Why is your gas range flame blue at the base than a pinkish orange the rest of the way?
it's so because there are different colors for different temperatures of fire. Since blue is the "hottest" fire color it means it is very hot there. Near the stove is the hottest place of flame because fire is constantly rising into that section. red is the "coolest" fire color meaning that it is not as hot at the tip of the flame as it is at the base. ...
Asked in Forests
Why are dry wooded areas at high risk of fire in the hot season?
dry wood is easily caught on fire. When wood is wet it cant catch fire. That's why when you make a camp fire you want dry wood. It lights easier and burns better. ...
Asked in DIY Projects
How do you start a fire with fire wood?
Fire is made by the sun, if you want to go camping, and make a fire from wood, get a bunch of wood and you only do this in the daytime before the sun is gone. And pack one or two magnifying glasses. Put the magnifying glass in front of the sun from were you are. And do this when it is very hot outside. Then the sun will shine through, and it will heat up the wood and then...
Why is the Bunsen burner with a blue flame dangerous?
A bunsen burner with any flame is dangerous, because fire is hot! But, blue flames are hotter than yellow flames. ...