2022
DOI: 10.21203/rs.3.rs-1688535/v1
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Valorization of Residual Biomass From Forest Harvesting Through Its Pelletization

Abstract: Residual biomass from forest harvesting consists of a mixture of wood, bark, leaves and needles that are often used to generate energy. In addition, this biomass can remain stored in the field for up to six months, which can affect its physical and energy properties. The pelleting process can be an alternative to improve the energy properties, transport and storage of this biofuel, allowing companies to better manage these resources. Thus, the effect of storage time in the field of the harvesting residual bio… Show more

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