Granulation and drying of fertilizers based on alternative source of phosphorus
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The effect of process variables on granulation of fertilizers was studied. Computer simulations of the granulation process were performed. A comparison of application of pan granulator and fluidized bed granulator was presented. The kinetics of granule drying was also determined.
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