The 2900 degrees F is much hotter than I had expected.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "jeanyves_renaud" <boite.de.j-y@...> wrote:
> The temperature of the flame of a birthday candle is approximately 1600°C/2900°F. But this is not a key factor. What matters for a pop-pop engine (insofar as the temperature is above 100°C/212°F) is the heating power. The one of a birthday candle is approx 30W.
> --- In email@example.com, "WhiteDenims" <kenneth@> wrote:
> > Have any of our members measured the temperature found at the topmost tip of a common candle fame?