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I.e. if one constructed two simple ovens/kilns (say just a brick structure with fuel at bottom), one twice the size of the other (say a cube and an oblong size of two cubes), and the larger one is heated with twice the amount of fuel, which would be hotter. I ask because in reality i THINK the smaller one is hotter, but surely the larger one should be since it has less surface space per volume to loose heat. Does doubling the fuel double the temperature?? Where have I gone wrong, if I have!? Thank you for you help.
Re: What is hotter, a small 'oven' or a larger one?
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