[Homeroast] Monday Morning Cup
allon at radioactive.org
Thu Aug 26 10:10:04 CDT 2010
On Aug 26, 2010, at 8:13 AM, Rich wrote:
> There is a potential problem. The "terminal heat burst" increases the temperature of the bottom of the lower vessel a greater amount over the water in the upper vessel. This results in a greatly increased stress on the structural integrity of the bottom of the lower vessel as the cooler upper vessel water is rapidly applied. A loss of lower vessel structural integrity is a real probability.
> Just because an event has not occurred yet does no preclude the event happening in the future.
> Coffee pot implosion is a shattering event.
Boiling water has a hard time making it over it's (adjusted for local air pressure) boiling point. If you don't let the bottom go dry, you're probably okay.
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