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Abstract Baling of fine forest residuals such as tops, branches, and thinnings is expected to reduce he cost of collection, transport, and processing. Baling may
Abstract Specification of bale dimensions, configuration, and density are among the first decision decisions to be made for the design of a new class of
Abstract Soil erosion is a significant risk during and after grading operations on mine and pipeline sites. A range of materials are commercially available to
Abstract Roundwood logs from forests and energy plantations must be chipped, ground, or otherwise comminuted into small particles prior to conversion to solid or liquid
Abstract Comprehensive models for grain drying have been derived using critical data available from literature dating back to Shedd’s 1953 work on pressure drop. Although
Abstract Forest Concepts, with funding from USDA NIFA SBIR program, developed methods and equipment to reprocess low-value dirty forest chips, tree service chips, and hog