Analysis of a single candle fence (or stick)


10 April 2018 • 159 views

Ranger Tests

Test 1A – candle – light, fast slide on point contact with the tip of the flame and touch it …- touch


Test 2B – (in cf. to 1A) – we raise the candle with the flame under a quick approx. 2 mm
The tip of the flame minimally cut fast


Test 3C – we raise the candle to half the height of the flame – to the brightest yellow zone


4D test – we increase the candle to 1/3 of the flame height – to the lowest yellow zone… (just above the blue)


Test 5E – we increase the candle to 1/4 of the flame height – to the limit of 2 colors between blue and yellow


Test 6F – we increase the maximum candle for a quick touch with a wick – we eliminate
completely yellow color of the flame, remains only blue (no soot on the glass..!)


7G test – Small all-blue flame candle in earthly conditions – short wick, full diffusion with air

Minimally longer candle wick


Flame tests at contact with cold steel

Test 8H – candle – light, under cold steel we slide to the point contact
with the tip of the flame and touch it…- we touch it. Steel cold soot-free ingot


Test 9I – a candle with a flame is raised maximally, almost a wick staff – we touch and this yellow zone – we remove. Steel cold ingot – no soot

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