Just cleen the burner of the stove, as it might be dirty.
it may be due to incomplete combustion.
Certainly; you can see the light that it gives off.
A yellow flame on a gas stove means that not enough oxygen is getting into the stove. Therefore, the stove is not burning cleanly and carbon monoxide could be produced.
a complete flame or a blue flame
i think it will be hydrogen mate coz when u put on the lpg stove it gives blue flames..........
there is probably copper being burned somewhere on/in the stove copper is really the only thing that can turn a flame green
The Gas Stove uses a spark to start a flame, and that's what cooks the food.
It should be blue.
it is probably hotter
Something is either partially clogged up or out of adjustment. You can call the gas company and they will help you to correct the problem.
not enough oxygen
No, but you may be wasting gas.
Turn it off...
Yes it emit
The color of the flame depends upon temperature. Please see this link.
Sounds like wick problems. If the wick is too long, you get a smoky yellow flame and the wick gets sooted up. Sometimes, you can clean the soot off or burn it off, but it's difficult, and many people don't bother trying, but replace the wick right away. Be careful to fill the tank without spillage, to keep every part of the stove washed off with detergent and hot water, and keep the flame low. A blue flame is a lot hotter and a more efficient way to burn kerosene. Bad kerosene may be the problem, but this is extremely unlikely. and if that's the problem, you need to change your kerosene supply (and supplier) and your wick as well, because the impurities will have deposited themselves in the wick.
The air jets are adjusted wrong.
You turn the gas control knob, son.
The flame is between the front and back burners.When the stove is turned on,this flame lights the gas flowing out of the burners. The advantage of the standing pilot system is that it is simple and completely independent of any outside power.
The constant flame in older gas stoves is called a pilot light.
this observation can be made in general daily. burning wood gives you yellow flame but on a gas stove you get a blue flame. the temperature in both cases are different and colour of flame also. the temperature determines the surface colour of stars
Heat can get from a stove burner to the soup through conduction and convection processes. The pan conducts heat from the stove burner's flame and then dissipates it to the soup through convection.
Some of the best rated brands of electric stove heaters include the Dimplex Electric Flame stove, the Merlin Electric Heater Fireplace and the Bionare fireplace Heater stove.
Improper gas/air mixture.
Increase gas pressure