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Control systems for the aeration and drying of grain



Control systems for the aeration and drying of grain



Preserving grain quality by aeration and in store drying Proceedings of an international seminar, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 9-11 October 1985: ; 118-128



The application of control systems to the aeration and drying of grain can improve and maintain grain quality and optimise cost and energy requirements. Commercial results of control system applications and simulation models are described with reference to the Australian wheat industry and Canadian grain driers.

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