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Wood does not seem to have a specific ignition temperature, but rather will ignite within a large range of temperatures, rfetson,. Dufour and Breen (l4) present ...

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These results help understand the spontaneous ignition of wood subjected to ... to the a-priori case, but at 19 mm the temperature does not increase significantly  ...

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indoors (around 8-10% moisture), these organisms will not grow; wood under ... far below the self-ignition temperature of wood, which is around 250 °C.

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research on this topic and concluded that—if wood is heated under the minimum heating conditions that will suffice for it to ignite—it will ignite at a temperature ...

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The ignition temperature of pine and birch wood for various radiant energy intensities was determined by an optical method. It is shown that the ignition time of ...

physics.stackexchange.com/questions/576499/does-more-fire-create-a-hotter-fire

Aug 30, 2020 ... Once the fuel, say wood, ignites then the surface temperature and flames will be greater than 500 F. In that case, I would think that making the ...

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For the combustion reaction to happen, you have to heat the fuel to its ignition temperature. Here's the sequence of events in a typical wood fire: Advertisement.

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Auto-ignition temperature - the minimum temperature required to ignite a dry material in air without a spark or flame being present ... Wood, Oak, 482, 900. Wood ...

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Plywood and wood expand upon heating as do practically all known solids. ... of attempts have been made to measure a definite ignition temperature of wood, ...

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burn at about 1100'F; if that temperature is not roached, the gases will escape up the chimney, resulting in the loss of much of the wood's energy. In addition to ...