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Increasing the Calorific Value of Rye Straw Pellets with Biogenous and Fossil Fuel Additives

16-Sep-2010 | Satyanarayana Narra; Yonggui Tao; Claudia Glaser; Hans-Jörg Gusovius; Peter Ay, Energy & Fuels, 2010

Pelletizing biomass, especially straw and stalky materials, require a product-specific size reduction and liberation. This paper characterizes the cereal straw rye and specifies the necessities for production of energy pellets. The product-specific size reduction was achieved with the help of an ...

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Cover Chem. Eng. Technol. 9/2010

01-Sep-2010 | Chemical Engineering & Technology, 2010

Pin disc of an impact mill and part of a classifier wheel. Hosokawa Alpine Aktiengesellschaft Augsburg, Germany

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Improvement in the Collision Intensity of Grinding Media in High Energy Impact Mills

01-Sep-2010 | Prasad, D. V. N.; Theuerkauf, J., Chemical Engineering & Technology, 2010

The effect of the grinding chamber length and the grinding media diameter in a Spex 8000M mixer mill was reported earlier [1]. Now a modification of the grinding chamber shape was investigated. The results presented are based on DEM (discrete element method) simulations performed for the same ...

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Effect of mechanical activation procedure on the phase composition of gypsum

08-May-2010 | N. F. Kosenko, A. S. Belyakov, M. A. Smirnova, Inorganic Materials, 2010

This paper examines the effect of mechanical activation by impact and attrition milling in planetary and ball ring mills on the phase composition of gypsum. Partially dehydrated powders obtained without heat treatment contain up to 60–70% β-CaSO4 · 0.5H2O (impact milling) and up to 40–47% α-CaSO4 ...

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