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CIGR Handbook of Agricultural Engineering, Volume V Energy and Biomass Engineering, Chapter 3 Biomass Engineering, Part 3.3 Solid Fuels
Published by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, St. Joseph, Michigan www.asabe.orgCitation: CIGR Handbook of Agricultural Engineering, Volume V Energy and Biomass Engineering, Chapter 3 Biomass Engineering, Part 3.3 Solid Fuels, pp 248-288 .(doi:10.13031/2013.36421)
Authors: P. C. Badger
Keywords: Section Headings: 3.3.1 Fuel Wood and Charcoal, 3.3.2 Organic Residues, 3.3.3 Energy Crops
First paragraph: Because of their ease of use and availability, biomass fuels have traditionally been, and in the near future will continue to be, used in solid fuel form. Solid fuels are also easy to store, transport, and handle manuallyfeatures that are especially attractive to developing countries where bioenergy use is highest. The solid fuels reviewed in this section includein their natural order of use because of cost, convenience, and availabilityfirewood and charcoal, organic wastes, and energy crops.(Download PDF) (Export to EndNotes)