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Why do metals do not catch fire when heated whereas paper ignites on heating
You can use it for cooking, central heating and lighting candles. Also you can use it to have a fireworks display and for sparklers on bonfire night! But, Fire is dangerous and can burn your skin so you have to be careful!
because it can start fire witch is hot.
Yes they are used for heating small amounts of liquids!
When the body is dehydrated it reacts by heating, this is because when the liquid is ingested it passes down the throat and puts out the fire within.
Because they had air flow central heating (a hypocaust system) and the fire had to be in the place where that was and where the bathwater was heated,
wood made fire STUPID
Did you know the Romans invented central heating? It wascalled Hypocaust. It was an underfloor heating system thatalso warmed the walls.In this activity you will create a model of a Roman building with ahypocaust heating system. The Romans did this by raising the floorsurface on pillars of bricks. There was a fire outside the building, andthe hot air from the fire was passed under the floor and up throughthe walls cite: mylearning
outside= the sun, radiation from buildings which have the heating on (see snow melt on roofs which have the heating on and no loft insulation), body warmth inside= central heating, fire
Rather than have a coal, gas or electric fire heating one room, central heating is one boiler (gas or electric) heating the whole house. This is done by pumping hot water through pipes that feed several radiators installed in each room and hall way. A thermostat in the hall (for instance) allows the temperature to be controlled overall, with a regulating valve on each radiator for separate room control.
The hypocaust is a roman way of central heating Slaves lit a fire underneath the house and it warmed up the house
The answer is that a closed fire is best for heating a house.
so that people can have a bath in hot water instead of cold water or if not heat it with fire too.
yes it would
If it caused a fire it would cover the fire damage, but the system would not be covered because it would be considered wear and tear, which is not covered.
Call a heating specialist. Heaters are too dangerous for amateurs to fool with. There is danger of fire and, in the case of gas, asphyxiation if they are not properly repaired and adjusted.
Burn it to produce electicity, or burn it in a water heater for central heating, or burn it in a stove or open fire in a home