MOISTURE HUMIDITY EQUILIBRIUM OF WOOD CHIPS FROM ENERGETIC CROPS

Abstract

Processes occurring during storage of wood chips for energetic or furniture industry purposes were presented. As a result of carried out investigations, dependences of temperature and relative humidity changes of surrounding air were shown. Modified Henderson equation can be utilized for computer simulation of storing and drying processes concerning wood chips for energetic and furniture industry purposes. It reflects also obtained results from experiments carried out with above mentioned material. Using computer simulation program we can examine different wood chips storing conditions to avoid overheating and loss problems.

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Published
2008-09-30
Section
Original Articles
Keywords:
energetic plants, forest wastes, biomass, storing, utilization, energy, furniture, moisture content, relative humidity.
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Barwicki, J., & Golka, W. (2008). MOISTURE HUMIDITY EQUILIBRIUM OF WOOD CHIPS FROM ENERGETIC CROPS. Journal of Agricultural Engineering, 39(3), 7-10. https://doi.org/10.4081/jae.2008.3.7