|Design of a Suspension Burner System for Forestry and Agricultural Residues (NRI, 1991)|
The author acknowledges the support of colleagues, especially: George Breag who initiated and established the programme of work; Alec Hollingdale for his advice and support during the programme of work; Anthony Harker and Rama Krishnan for their assistance with the development of the unit; Abdul Tariq for advice on the collation and interpretation of the experimental data; Richard Marder for his support work associated with the suspension burner/ timber drying unit; Claire Coote for conducting the economic evaluation; and Tony Hawkes for his work on the coir residue dewatering trials.
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