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by Pete Young





Issue: 16


Journal section: Theme Articles
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Received: 2010-10-07


Abstract


It has long been thought that burning densified agricultural residues as fuels eg. sawdust, rice husks and coir dust could help to meet the increasing demands for domestic energy. The ITDG International Forum on Briquetting in November 1988 revealed that few projects had succeeded in demonstrating the acceptability of residues as clean and easy burning fuels, nor the feasibility of briquetting manufacture...




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