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Application Notes and Case Studies
Delta T Corrugator CD warp Control System uses & simple method for sensing and controlling the moisture of top and bottom linerboard to reduce CD warp.
Profitable Aguafeed Moisture Control: Published in Aquafeed International, Jan – Feb, 2013.
TAPPI Peers Paper, Improve Lime mud Kiln Operations: By Accurately Sensing & Controlling Mud Moisture. Mud moisture content (MC) is continuously sensed “inside-the-Kiln” using two temperature sensors and a control algorithm to improve carbonate control and reduce water-related ring formations. Presented at Tappi Peers, Portland, OR, Nov. 2011.
Effective Biomass Moisture Control for Pellet and Torrefaction: Presented at the Timber Processing & Energy Expo Workshop, Portland Convention Center, Portland, OR, October 18, 2012
Poster Paper: Improved Moisture Sensing & Control of Biomass used for Pellet & Torrefaction Production. Presented at International Biomass Conference, Denver, CO, 2012.
Multi-Zone Kiln Control System: Uses drying rates and the fiber saturation point (FSP) to achieve true zone-control. Presented at the Pre-Timber Processing & Energy Expo Workshop, Portland, OR, Oct 16, 2012.
New Algorithm Aids DDGS Moisture Control: Case study reporting results of installation of the Delta T MC Sensing & Control System on two ICM drying lines at Green Plains Renewable Energy. Published in Distillers Grains, a supplement to Ethanol Magazine, 2011.
Multi-Zone Kiln Control, Timber Processing, June 2008
Pet food Industry April 2006
The Process Engineer April 2005
In-house report that points out the problems involved in using the exhaust temperature as a substitute for moisture content in controlling such dryers as flash, spray, and rotary.
Shows schematically how the Delta T works
Shows schematically how water activity is controlled using the Delta T Moisture Control System
Process Heating 2000, 4-page
Panel World 1997
Timber Processing 1993
Chemical Engineering Progress 1999
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