Engineering ToolBox - Resources, Tools and Basic Information for Engineering and Design of Technical Applications! Adiabatic flame temperatures for common fuel gases - propane, butane, acetylene and more - in air or oxygen atmospheres.
Flame temperatures for some commonly used fuel gases:
Fuel Gases - Flame Temperatures Gas Combustion with Oxygen ( ) oC Combustion with Air ( ) oC Acetylene 3480 2500 Butane 1970 Carbon Monoxide 2121 Ethane 1955 Hydrogen 3200 2210 MAPP 1) 2927 2010 Methane 1950 Natural Gas 1960 Propane 2526 1967 Propane Butane Mix 1970
Note! Initial gas, air and oxygen temperature at 20. oC Stoichiometric Combustion - no excess air/oxygen.
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