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Combustion Characteristics of Swine Manure, Poultry Manure and Mixtures
돈분, 계분 그리고 혼합물에 대한 연소특성
- Chung, Yeong-Jin (Department of Fire Protection Engineering, Kangwon National University)
- 정영진 (강원대학교 소방방재공학과)
- Received : 2013.07.08
- Accepted : 2013.08.22
- Published : 2013.12.10
In this work, the combustive properties of the swine manure, poultry manure, and mixtures based on the resource recycling-energy were investigated. After the specimens were dried to a constant weight by dry oven, combustive properties were tested by the cone calorimeter (ISO 5660-1). It was found that the peak effective heat of combustion (PEHC) in the swine manure (78.72 MJ/kg) has risen due to more amount of the hydrocabon compared with poultry manure (69.41 MJ/kg), also the swine manure increased both of the higher
Supported by : 강원대학교
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