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Home  >  Publications  >   Energy-Efficient Grain Drying Resources (Summary)

Energy-Efficient Grain Drying Resources



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By Jeff Schahczenski, Katherine Adam and Mike Morris

Published: 2009

Updated: 2009

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5 pages


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Please note: This ATTRA publication has been archived or discontinued.
Therefore, the information contained in it may not be up to date.


Introduction

This publication summarizes two low-impact technologies used to dry grain; natural-air drying and solar drying. Although not as much recent research has focused on solar technology for grain drying, solar was shown by University of Maryland studies to be feasible for small- and medium-size facilities for drying grain for on-farm use.

Table of Contents

Introduction
CES grain drying demonstrations, 1982
Summary of results
Objectives and goals
System construction costs
System performance
System payback
References
Resources

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