LP gas drying estimateIntegrated Crop Management News
AbstractWarmer weather in late August and early September has helped, but potential exists for the possibility of more artificial crop drying than has been common lately. With LP gas prices also up this fall, questions have come up about fuel requirements for drying. LP gas requirements for high-temperature drying depend on many factors including dryer design (grain depth thickness, airflow, drying temperature, heat recovery), dryer maintenance, grain moisture range, outdoor temperature, and relative humidity.
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Citation InformationH. Mark Hanna. "LP gas drying estimate" (2005)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/mark_hanna/155/