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The growing of grain corn for livestock feed has increased in Ontario by an aver age of 9% per year in the last 5 yr, primarily because of its potential for producing high yields of digestible dry matter. Due, in part, to the four- to fivefold in crease in carbon fuel costs for drying, a significant portion of the required grain corn is stored in the form of high moisture corn. Very little research information is avail able on the physical properties of high moisture corn. A knowledge of the physical properties of stored materials is necessary for a rational engineering analysis of storage containers, and of the contained materials. Properties such as Young
triaxial tests of high moisture corn
LeLievre, B. and J. C. Jofriet 1982. TRIAXIAL TESTS OF HIGH MOISTURE CORN. Canadian Agricultural Engineering 24(1):57-63.
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