Locally made equipment for teaching and research in agricultural engineering. Manual No.7. Grain drying rig
AuthorMacmillan, R. H.; Sutherland, John W.
University of Melbourne Author/sMacMillan, Ross
AffiliationEngineering: International Development Technologies Centre
CitationsMacmillan, R. H. and Sutherland, John W. (2003) Locally made equipment for teaching and research in agricultural engineering. Manual No.7. Grain drying rig.
Access StatusOpen Access
© 2003 J.W. Sutherland & R.H. Macmillan
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This eprint provides information on the design and use of this equipment for teaching and research. This manual, which is one of a series on locally made equipment for teaching and research in agricultural engineering and associated technologies, describes a rig for studying the air flow through and drying of grain by forced air circulation in a vertical bed. The rig is described and construction drawings are rovided; a parts list and sources of supply for purchased items are given. The use of the rig for air flow/pressure and grain drying drop experiments is described and the relevant theory is presented. It is not a rig for drying significant quantities of grain.
Keywordsequipment; teaching; research; agricultural engineering; grain; drying; storage; fan performance; air flow; pressure drop
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