ASPECTS ON BIOMASS PELLETIZING

I. GAGEANU, GH. VOICU, V. VLADUT

Abstract


Biomass is one of the most common sources of renewable energy. The problem with biomass is that it hard to be used in its natural form, because it has low density and is hard to transport and stored, therefore it has to be processed. The pelletizing process offers a real possibility to valorise forestry and agricultural biomass residues by turning them into solid biofuel. The paper represents a synthesis of the machines and equipment existing worldwide at this moment for pelletizing biomass, as well as on the principles of producing pellets from biomass. 


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