Fires in Greece 2018 – Let’s Look at the elements of Fire

Fires in Greece 2018 – Let’s Look at the elements of Fire

In Greece, fires are raging, in which 74 people have already died. Strong wind, the 40-degree heat did their thing.

Let’s look at the elements of fire and fires in 2018 in Greece.

1. A forest fire destroys the city of Rafina near Athens, July 23, 2018. (Photo Credit: Angelos Tzortzinis):

2. The brave firefighter. (Photo Credit: Costas Baltas): 3. A colorful local resident with a horse. (Photo Credit: Costas Baltas): 4. It remains only to observe. The city of Rafina near Athens, July 23, 2018. (Photo Credit: Costas Baltas): 5. (Photo Credit: Valerie Gache): 6. So it looks like a fire inside the house. (Photo Credit: by Angelos Tzortzinis): 7. The fireman. There’s no point in going inside. In fires, indoor temperatures reach 800-900 ° C. (Photo Credit: Valerie Gache): 8. Resourceful locals are saved to smoke. (Photo Credit: Thanassis Stavrakis): 9. (Photo Credit: Yorgos Karahalis): 10. Cemetery of cars after the fire, July 24, 2018. (Photo Credit: Angelos Tzortzinis): 11. The machine has melted. The highest temperatures occur in outdoor fires and the average for combustible gases 1200-1350 ° C, for liquids 1100-1300 ° C, for solids 1000-1250 ° C. When burning termite, electron, magnesium, the maximum temperature reaches 2000-3000 ° C. (Photo Credit: Costas Baltas): 12. Ghost village after the fire. (Photo Credit: Alkis Konstantinidis):
13. (Photo Credit: Ayhan Mehmet): 14. Infernal sky. Kineta, Greece, July 23, 2018. (Photo Credit: Thanassis Stavrakis): 15. (Photo Credit: Angelos Tzortzinis): 16. (Photo Credit: Costas Baltas): 17. (Photo Credit: Valerie Gache):

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