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Ventilation cooling of bulk shipments of Southern peas


, : Ventilation cooling of bulk shipments of Southern peas. Paper, American Society of Agricultural Engineers (84-6537): 18 pp

Forced ventilation with ambient air at a flow rate of 0.075 (msuperscript 3/s)/msuperscript 2 was adequate for removing the heat of respiration from field-shelled cow peas.

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