[Gasification] Mk2 Chip Guillotine

ajheggie at gmail.com ajheggie at gmail.com
Sat Jan 25 05:18:57 CST 2014

On Fri, 24 Jan 2014 07:25:06 -0400, you wrote:

>Both temperature and relative humidity are important when drying wood.
>With the same air flow, you can dry wood just as quickly with 80 Degree F air and 80% RH, as you can with 60 Degree F air and 60% RH.

I think this needs qualifying, whilst the same amount of flow can hold
similar amounts of water from the chip surface at these two
temperatures the moisture movement to the surface will be faster at
the higher temperature. So depending on chip geometry the 60 Degree
air may end up less saturated than the 80 Degree air.


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