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Drying of granulated wood ash by flue gas from saw dust and natural gas combustion


Drying of granulated wood ash by flue gas from saw dust and natural gas combustion



Resources, Conservation and Recycling 38(4): 301-316



ISSN/ISBN: 0921-3449

DOI: 10.1016/s0921-3449(02)00165-9

At the district heating plant of Kalmar, Sweden an on-line unit for production of granulated wood ash for nutrient recycling on forest soils is being applied. Currently, the granules are dried by hot air from an oil-fired burner. The objective of this work was to investigate how drying by flue gas affects the hardening of granules, or impacts their chemical composition and properties.

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