Safe handling of renewable fuels and fuel mixtures

@inproceedings{Wiln1999SafeHO,
  title={Safe handling of renewable fuels and fuel mixtures},
  author={Carl Wil{\'e}n and Antero Moilanen and Aimo Rautalin and Javier Torrent and Eduardo Conde and Roland L{\"o}del and Douglas Carlson and P J Timmers and Konrad Brehm},
  year={1999}
}
The overall objective of this research project was to create new data on the safety-technical characteristics of renewable fuels, low-rank coals and mixtures of these. Knowledge of basic handling and safety-technical chracteristics is of crucial significance for the design of handling equipment and safety systems, and for the assessment of explosion and fire hazards. Ten biomass and lignite fuel samples and two fuel mixtures were included in the work programme. Extensive physical and chemical… CONTINUE READING

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