2 edition of Solar-supplemented, natural air drying of shelled corn found in the catalog.
Solar-supplemented, natural air drying of shelled corn
Walter George Heid
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economics and Statistics Service in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||Walter G. Heid, David F. Aldis.|
|Series||Technical bulletin -- no. 1654., Technical bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 1654.|
|Contributions||Aldis, David F., United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Economics and Statistics Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 38 p. :|
|Number of Pages||38|
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Get this from a library. Solar-supplemented, natural air drying of shelled corn: the economic limitations. [Walter George Heid; David F Aldis; United States. Department. It is not economically feasible to supplement natural air drying of high-moisture shelled corn by adding heat (solar and otherwise).
In some cases, that drying method speeds product deterioration. A simulation analysis of the west central Great Plains determined that benefits from adding solar heat.
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A simulatiton analysis of the west central Great Plains determined that benefits from adding solar heat to batch-in-bin and layer~in-bin grain drying. methods failed to offset the solar.
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Borrow. Borrow. Publishing History. It is not economically feasible to supplement natural air drying of high-moisture shelled corn by adding heat (solar and otherwise). In some cases, that drying method speeds product deterioration. Grain Drying With Supplemental Solar Heat Abstract The use of solar energy for drying shelled corn was investigated.
In a three-year field study, energy re-quirements of a conventional low-temperature electric drying installation were compared with those of a similar system supplemented with the output of a simple, inex-pensive solar collector.
Abstract. It has been estimated that the world population will increase from the present value of 4 billion to 7 billion by the year It is also estimated that about to million people do not have enough food to eat now and this number is likely to increase with the increase in population, There are obviously two direct ways solving the problem: (1) increase the food production by Cited by: 4.
Kalchik et alpcompared four in-bin drying techniques as part of a combination drying system (see Table 3).
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University of Illinois in drying shelled corn from 24 to percent. moisture content. by natural air convection wherein air is drawn over a solar collecting. been employed to predict drying results for solar and solar-supplemented. grain drying systems. Pierce and Thompson () used a computer simulation model by.
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Shelled corn should be at 25 to 35% moisture for anaerobic (without.