Authors: Otten, L., Brown, R., Gnyp, A. W., St. Pierre, C. C. And D. S. Smith
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Description: Noise and dust emissions from country elevators have become an increasing source of complaints for the Ontario Ministry of the Environment (OME) during the past 10 yr. Much of the problem is caused by an influx of commuters who are attracted by lower housing costs and other advantages of living in small communities. Subsequent growth of the communities frequently causes a conflict with established agricultural operations, including farms and elevators. In contrast with industrial processes, OME has few data on the source of particulate emission from country elevators. Nevertheless, grain dryers are considered to be the main source because they emit a light, flaky, reddish material during drying of grain corn. This material, which is known as

Keywords: emission and performance testing of a crossflow grain dryer without emission control
Citation: Otten, L., Brown, R., Gnyp, A. W., St. Pierre, C. C. and D. S. Smith 1983. EMISSION AND PERFORMANCE TESTING OF A CROSSFLOW GRAIN DRYER WITHOUT EMISSION CONTROL. Canadian Agricultural Engineering 25(1):111-118.
Volume: 25
Issue: 1
Pages 111 - 118
Date: 1983
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