calorific wood and biofuels

Here are the different heat capacities of the most common biofuels:

Keywords: PCI, calorific value, bio fuel, straw, wood, briquettes, chips, wood boiler, cereals, agricultural waste

The characteristics are given for the following fuels and for different humidity levels:

1) fresh chips from forest
2) Wood chips Stock 1
3) Tree Bark
4) Platelets Joinery
5) Sawdust wood
6) pellets / briquettes
7) Logs "beech"
8) Logs "beech" bis
9) Straw "yellow"
10) Straw "gray" or rods rape
11) Wheat - cereals
12) Rape
13) Sunflower
14) straw Pellets
15) Grass Miscanthus type of elephants

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calorific energy and wood species

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1 comment on “Calorific values ​​of wood and biofuels”

  1. Hi

    Do you know the calorific value of corn and barley?
    (or in cereals in general) (I saw that wheat straw and wheat cereal are the same?)

    Thank you
    Lode

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