How is flaming combustion different than glowing combustion?



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    Flaming combustion is the stage directly after pre-ignition. It is the most efficient phase and produces the least amount of smoke, and flames are seperated from the burning surface by a thin layer of vapor or gas. Average temperatures range from 1300 to 1800 degrees Fahrenheit (700-980 degrees Celsius). Glowing combustion is the phase in which only embers are visible – no flames. Temperatures are much lower, averaging around 1100 degrees Fahrenheit (600 degrees Celsius).

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