Diffusive Transfer During Filtration Drying of Sunflower Stalks
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Filtration method for drying rough-stalked agricultural wastes that can reduce power inputs of solid biofuel production has been studied. Diffusive mass transfer has been studied during drying of grinded sunflower stalks to produce fuel briquettes. The temperature effect on effective diffusion coefficient has been examined.
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