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They are hollow and contain extractives and air. The cells vary in shape but are generally short and pointed. The length of an average tracheid is about 1000 microns (µm) for hardwood and typically 3000 to 8000 µm for softwood (Miller, R. , 1999). Tracheids are narrow. For example, the average diameter of the tracheid of softwood is 33 µm. These cells are the main conduits for the movement of sap along the length of the tree trunk. They are mostly aligned longitudinally, but there are some radial tracheids (G) that carry sap across layers.

For that reason, the basis of moisture should always be specified. 5 TG Rice husk Source: From Klass, 1998, p. 239. 22) Fixed Carbon Fixed carbon (FC) in a fuel is determined from the following equation, where M, VM, and ASH stand for moisture, volatile matter, and ash, respectively. 23) This represents the solid carbon in the biomass that remains in the char in the pyrolysis process after devolatilization. With coal, FC includes elemental carbon in the original fuel, plus any carbonaceous residue formed while heating, in the determination of VM (standard D-3175).

856. pores of a biomass particle but not the interstitial volume between biomass particles packed together. 5) The pore volume of a biomass expressed as a fraction of its total volume is known as its porosity, εp. This is an important characteristic of the biomass. Apparent density is most commonly used for design calculations because it is the easiest to measure and it gives the actual volume occupied by a particle in a system. Bulk Density Bulk density is based on the overall space occupied by an amount or a group of biomass particles.

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