Flame Temperature

Some articles on flame temperature, temperature, flames, flame:

Propane Torch
... The maximum adiabatic flame temperature a propane torch can achieve with air is 1,995 °C (3,623 °F) ... are also used with a tank of pure oxygen to achieve a flame temperature nearing 2,820 °C (5,110 °F) ... The temperature in these flames is lower because of incomplete combustion, heat loss in combustion, oxygen quantity etc ...
The Idealized Diesel Cycle - Maximum Thermal Efficiency
... heats (Cp/Cv) The cut-off ratio can be expressed in terms of temperature as shown below can be approximated to the flame temperature of the fuel used ... The flame temperature can be approximated to the adiabatic flame temperature of the fuel with corresponding air-to-fuel ratio and compression pressure ... can be approximated to the inlet air temperature ...
Dicyanoacetylene
... At room temperature, dicyanoacetylene is a clear liquid ... and it burns in oxygen with a bright blue-white flame at a temperature of 5260 K (4990 °C, 9010 °F), which is the hottest flame of any chemical ... This high flame temperature is also the result of the absence of hydrogen, and, therefore, water as a combustion product ...

Famous quotes containing the words temperature and/or flame:

    The siren south is well enough, but New York, at the beginning of March, is a hoyden we would not care to miss—a drafty wench, her temperature up and down, full of bold promises and dust in the eye.
    —E.B. (Elwyn Brooks)

    I feel my belief in sacrifice and struggle getting stronger. I despise the kind of existence that clings to the miserly trifles of comfort and self-interest. I think that a man should not live beyond the age when he begins to deteriorate, when the flame that lighted the brightest moment of his life has weakened.
    Fidel Castro (b. 1926)