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The Densification Process of Wood Waste

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The Densification Process of Wood Waste
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Publisher: De Gruyter Open Ltd
ISBN/ASIN: 3110440016
Number of pages: 184

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This book is dedicated to research in the densification processes of wood waste and its mathematical description for uniaxial densification into compact solid Biofuels - briquettes. It provides the results of experiments on differing types of wood biomass.

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