Comparative Analysis Of Briquettes Obtained From Biomass
Biomass as fuel. Renewable raw materials are regionally and sustainably available as bioenergy sources and are have considerable production and utilization potential. Biomass briquetting improves the combustion properties compared to the loose material. In briquette form, biogenic raw materials can be ideally used for combustion in a heating stove.Generally, Biomass Briquettes manufacture from agriculture waste, Forestry waste, and Industrial Waste. Raw Materials which are easily available in our daily life for example Rice Husk, Coffee Husk, Coir Pitch, Jute Sticks, Sugarcane Bagasse, Groundnut Shell, Mustard Stalks, Cotton Stalks, Sawdust, Caster Seed Shells Stalk, Wood Chips, Bamboo Dust, Tobacco Waste, Tea Waste, Paddy Straw.