A fine desintegration of plants suitable for composite biofuels production
J. Souček, I. Hanzlíková, P. Hutlahttps://doi.org/10.17221/4945-RAECitation:Souček J., Hanzlíková I., Hutla P. (2003): A fine desintegration of plants suitable for composite biofuels production. Res. Agr. Eng., 49: 7-11.
In case of pressed composite biofuels production the important part of the production process is the input row materials disintegration. In dependence on disintegrated material properties, disintegration device, grinding stage and technological process there is in practice necessary for disintegration of culm materials 0.5–7% and of wooden species even 0.75–10% of total energetical content of material. A wide range of these figures means that in this sphere of raw materials adaptation can be reached relative high savings through correct choice of technological process and device. The authors of the paper have measured energy consumption of fine disintegration of lignocellulose materials in dependence on particles size and moisture. By the realized measurement of different average size of both input and output particles and consequent statistical evaluation was proved the fiducial energy consumption increase at higher stage of disintegration and higher moisture of the input material. All measurements were carried-out for the grinding mill ŠK 300 and the output particles size was limited by the exchange sieves mesh dimension.Keywords:
disintegration; biomass; biofuels; energy consumption