Arranging firewood and charcoal in pyramid and cone shapes provide the optimal conditions for air and heat to flow, according to Adrian Bejan, professor of mechanical engineering at Duke University.
Arranging firewood and charcoal in pyramid and cone shapes provide the optimal conditions for air and heat to flow, according to Adrian Bejan, professor of mechanical engineering at Duke University.
Arranging firewood and charcoal in pyramid and cone shapes provide the optimal conditions for air and heat to flow, according to Adrian Bejan, professor of mechanical engineering at Duke University.

Building a fire scientifically: There’s no better way than the caveman’s

July 26, 2015 02:23 AM