Properties of heat briquettes on basis of cotton processing waste
R. Koutný, B. Čechová, P. Hutla, P. Jevičhttps://doi.org/10.17221/2119-RAECitation:Koutný R., Čechová B., Hutla P., Jevič P. (2007): Properties of heat briquettes on basis of cotton processing waste. Res. Agr. Eng., 53: 39-46.
Cotton dust is a waste produced in the cotton spinning mill. This matter in mixture with grain straw and additive of brown coal was used for heat briquettes production. Mechanical properties, energy and emission parameters were investigated during their incineration. The blended briquettes and those with coal additive have better use properties as compared with briquettes produced from pure cotton dust.Keywords:heat briquettes; cotton; waste; biofuels; energy renewable resources; emission parameters; emissions