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Design considerations for a roll crusher/splitter for woody biomassAuthor(s): Donald L. Sirois; Colin Ashmore
Source: In: Program and abstracts: Fourth Southern Biomass Energy Research Conference; 1986 October 7-9; Athens, GA. Research University of Georgia and TVA/Southeastern Regional Biomass Energy Program: 33. Abstract.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThe principal focus of biomass harvesting in the past has been the use of chipping systems to reduce a wide variety of woody materials down to small pieces for easier handling and transporting. However, chipping systems have several short comings that limit their operational environments. For example, a conventional chipping system might not be applicable for harvesting small diameter trees growing in powerline rights-of-ways and enerqy wood plantations.
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CitationSirois, Donald L.; Ashmore, Colin. 1986. Design considerations for a roll crusher/splitter for woody biomass. In: Program and abstracts: Fourth Southern Biomass Energy Research Conference; 1986 October 7-9; Athens, GA. Research University of Georgia and TVA/Southeastern Regional Biomass Energy Program: 33. Abstract.
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