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Effect of burning wood dust on the consumption of fuel oil in the drying of wood chips in a particleboard factory


Effect of burning wood dust on the consumption of fuel oil in the drying of wood chips in a particleboard factory



Przemys Drzewny 37(7): 12-15



An analysis is made of the feasibility of drying wood chips using sander dust from board finishing in place of fuel oil. Data from 3 Polish factories are used in a mathematical analysis which suggests that energy self sufficiency of chip drying is possible provided chip m.c. is below a certain critical value.

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