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Hog fuel drying concepts

Hog fuel drying concepts

Pulp and Paper Canada 84(1): 49-55

Summarized results are presented from a cost-benefit analysis of commercially available hog fuel drying systems. Drying theory, dryer types and benefits, dryer design constraints, environmental concerns, operating problems, and economics are discussed. The main benefit of hog fuel drying is the faster burning rate of drier fuel. This allows some of the fossil fuel burned in existing hog fuel dryers to be replaced with hog fuel.

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