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Charcoal from forest plantations and forest residues as industrial fuel



Charcoal from forest plantations and forest residues as industrial fuel



Allgemeine Forstzeitschrift (45): 1229-1232



A pilot trial was started in Malawi producing 6000 t charcoal p.a. from pine plantations (mainly Pinus patula). The kilns used were 'half-orange' brick kilns with internal heating (capacity 14 msuperscript 3) and externally heated beehive kilns (40 msuperscript 3). Cycle times were 60-70 h for the half-orange kilns and 80-90 h for the beehive kilns.

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