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Producing gas from crop residues

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John R. Goss, Department of Agricultural Engineering
Raymond H. Coppock, Cooperative Extension, University of California, Davis

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California Agriculture 34(5):4-6.

Published May 01, 1980

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A pilot model downdraft gasifier demonstrated the feasibility of using crop and wood residues to produce low-Btu gas.A pilot model downdraft gasifier demonstrated the feasibility of producing low-Btu gas from nutshells, wood chips, and other timber and crop residues. Rice straw was not satisfactory because of silicon content.

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Producing gas from crop residues

John R. Goss, Raymond H. Coppock
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Producing gas from crop residues

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Authors

John R. Goss, Department of Agricultural Engineering
Raymond H. Coppock, Cooperative Extension, University of California, Davis

Publication Information

California Agriculture 34(5):4-6.

Published May 01, 1980

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

A pilot model downdraft gasifier demonstrated the feasibility of using crop and wood residues to produce low-Btu gas.A pilot model downdraft gasifier demonstrated the feasibility of producing low-Btu gas from nutshells, wood chips, and other timber and crop residues. Rice straw was not satisfactory because of silicon content.

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