• Projects Archive - Sugar Research Australia

    This project aims to select markers previously identified and validate these markers in current Australian germplasm. Once the markers are validated the project seeks to convert the markers to a high throughput robust marker system that can be implemented in the Australian breeding program.

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  • Characterization of unburned carbon in bagasse fly ash ...

    The efficiency of boilers used in sugar mills is typically 60–70% , . Higher efficiency can be obtained by using fluidised bed combustion. However, it is difficult to fluidise bagasse since it is fibrous, has low density, contains moisture and requires an inert fluidising solid.

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  • Efficiency studies of combination tube boilers - ScienceDirect

    Dias et al. have tested the efficiency of a small domestic boiler, using different pellets. Ganan et al. [2] have carried out experimental study of fire tube boilers, to evaluate the performance. Bujak [3] has used mathematical modeling approaches, to study the boiler efficiency.

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  • Modeling Time Variations of Boiler Efficiency | Journal of ...

    In this work, a new modification in conventional mathematical formulation of efficiency is presented based on time-varying efficiency using time-varying operational variables of boiler. This modification was accomplished using indirect method of efficiency by applying experimental data of variables for certain time span.

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  • Energy Management Study in Sugar Industries by Various ...

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    In this article, bagasse drying methods based on flue gas and steam drying in the sugar industry are analyzed, and new methods are proposed for maximum removal of moisture to save energy.

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  • Bagasse Dryer Role in the Energy Recovery of Water Tube ...

    The bagasse moisture content reduction conducts to a better efficiency in the boiler, motivated by the increase in the HHV of the fuel, which in practical terms means that it is possible to use less bagasse or to produce more steam with the same bagasse quantity.

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