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Static pressure drop through barley grain

@inproceedings{AlYahya1998StaticPD,
  title={Static pressure drop through barley grain},
  author={Sulaiman AlYahya and Hosam El-Din M. Moghazi},
  year={1998}
}
variables encountered during drying and storage of grains. A review by Alagusundaram et al. (1991) and ASAE Data 272.3 (ASAE 1992a) have summarized these studies. The most commonly used model is the one proposed by Shedd (1953). He presented curves relating airflow and pressure drop per unit depth of grain. Due to their simplicity and ease of handling, Shedd's curves have been widely used by many designers to estimate pressure drops in grains and they have been accepted as Standard by ASAE Data… CONTINUE READING

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