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    i put food (cold) in an oven and put it inside refrigrator. then turn both of them on. what will be the effect!!!!!!!!!


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    The food will cook. The refrigerator will run constantly in an failed attempt to maintain a low interior temp, but waste heat from the oven will overtask it. The oven might have to work a little harder to maintain cooking temp, but not by much.


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    Go Green and put food in SOLAR oven, then stick both in fridge. Curious question, keep asking them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janus View Post
    The food will cook. The refrigerator will run constantly in an failed attempt to maintain a low interior temp, but waste heat from the oven will overtask it. The oven might have to work a little harder to maintain cooking temp, but not by much.
    sir , think only theoritically. i am refering to a condition where food will remain same as when it was put inside oven. ie no effect. as theoritically i say / see it is possible. kindly guide me on this line ...

    ok sir what do you say about this:

    ----I put food (hot) in refrigrator and then refrigrator is put inside an oven. (refrigrator is small in size)

    ==== if i put food in oven (cold food) and put that oven inside refrigrator. after puting oven in refrigrator i put that refrigrator again in a new OVEN. what will be effect on food?
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    Why?? if you put enough heat on the exterior of the fridge the fridge will fail and the food inside start to cook.
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    Quote Originally Posted by precious View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Janus View Post
    The food will cook. The refrigerator will run constantly in an failed attempt to maintain a low interior temp, but waste heat from the oven will overtask it. The oven might have to work a little harder to maintain cooking temp, but not by much.
    sir , think only theoritically. i am refering to a condition where food will remain same as when it was put inside oven. ie no effect. as theoritically i say / see it is possible. kindly guide me on this line ...

    ok sir what do you say about this:

    ----I put food (hot) in refrigrator and then refrigrator is put inside an oven. (refrigrator is small in size)
    Janus already answered this. If you put the fridge in an oven, it will work up to a certain oven temperature. When the condenser reaches a certain temperature, the refrigerant will no longer condense, and the refrigerator won't work any more. Then the temperature will rise in the fridge, eventually to the oven temperature.
    ==== if i put food in oven (cold food) and put that oven inside refrigrator. after puting oven in refrigrator i put that refrigrator again in a new OVEN. what will be effect on food?
    The food will cook in the oven, even before you put the fridge in the second oven, because the oven is insulated and the oven interior will hardly be affected by the fridge.
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    ok, got my answer.
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    apart from this. in ideal condition what will be the answer? (only for first post)

    : ideal means, when both oven and refrigrator work at 100% efficiency.
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    What do YOU think the result would or should be?
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    Precious, i would like to ask a question. Why are you asking these questions? Just curious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
    What do YOU think the result would or should be?
    i dont know
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Galt View Post
    Precious, i would like to ask a question. Why are you asking these questions? Just curious.
    It is my hobby. I am really interested in science.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Galt View Post
    Precious, i would like to ask a question. Why are you asking these questions? Just curious.
    only the senior members at this forum can reply me and thjey can satisfy me. i will be highly obliged to them.

    if my questions are bothering , or , are outdated, please inform me. i shall remodel them.

    and is there any limit for starting threads?
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    There is no limit. However the question as posed is rather odd and thus brings interest on why the question was asked.
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    Basically, your questions are nonsense, and not in any way scientific. Even demontrating first grade understanding of science. That's what makes us wonder.
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    Meteor, I think that is a little harsh. We have no idea how old Precious is or what education in science (s)he has received so far.

    Precious, if you were to share something of your background with us it might make it easier to answer your questions efficiently.
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    Might also be a good idea to have one thread to post all you questions in. We will answer them all there one by one. How does that sound precious?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KALSTER View Post
    Might also be a good idea to have one thread to post all you questions in. We will answer them all there one by one. How does that sound precious?
    thank you for your suggestion, but I have learned to control myself. I will not disturb the harmony of this forum with my 5 grade stupid question again.
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