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The most important decision in designing ventilation systems to dry grain with air at near-ambient conditions is to select the rate of airflow. Tentative guidelines for this selection have been developed for drying wheat and corn in Canada (Fraser and Muir 1981). The purpose of this project was to develop tentative guidelines for the drying of rapeseed in western Canada with air at near-ambient conditions.
theoretical rates of flow of air at near-ambient conditions required to dry rapeseed
Muir, W.E. and R.N. Sinha 1986. THEORETICAL RATES OF FLOW OF AIR AT NEAR-AMBIENT CONDITIONS REQUIRED TO DRY RAPESEED. Canadian Agricultural Engineering 28(1):45-50.
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