Natural gas is Methane. It has an autoignition temperature of 580 C or 1076 F. So a piezo must produce a spark temperature greater than 580 C or 1076 F.
Fire is the reaction of wood with oxygen to produce carbon dioxide, water, carbon, hydrogen, and energy. More oxygen equals more energy/ more wind equals more fire. Too much wind will blow out the fire because wood needs to be a certain temperature to ignite and excess wind will carry away the hot air that keeps the fire going.
Fusion will ignite when the temperature and pressure are high enough.
The noun forms of the verb to ignite are ignition and the gerund, igniting.
An uncontrolled neutron chain reaction in a supercritical mass of fissile material.Very high temperature and pressure, enough to ignite thermonuclear fusion in fusion fuel.
Because it can cause things to ignite.
Natural gas ignite 600 to700c
Typically the lowest temperature that gasoline will produce enough vapors to ignite at is -40 degrees Fahrenheit.
In the cannons of pirate ships, a flame at the breech would ignite the powder charge. Concentrating the sun's rays with a lens is one way to ignite a daytime campfire. Accumulated creosote from wood can ignite inside a fireplace chimney.
Natural wood is the best fuel for a fireplace. Large logs are typically considered the fuel for a fire, but in order to get the fire started, you need some smaller pieces of wood, called kindling. A great way to go for easy fire starting with natural wood is to use fatwood kindling that has tree resin in it, which allows it to ignite easily.
It is enough for a spark to ignite any fuel.
Gunpowder will ignite somewhere between 300 to 350° C
Normal Fire Place because you don't have to waste money to burn it! Would you like to pay 50.00 for gas or pay 0.00 for gas!Irvs12 **That is partially true. You can use a fireplace with a gas supply to burn natural gas under log looking fireplace decoration. That is expensive. You can also use the gas burner to ignite actual logs you place above the gas flame. That's just an easy way to light your fireplace.
The temperature at which point a flammable can ignite.
hot enough to burn it