biomass calorific values

Agro Waste, Forestry Waste, Gross Calorific Values (GCV) & Ash Content

Heating value (calorific value) of biomass refers to the energy content, that is, the amount of energy stored in the unit mass of biomass and it is expressed as Megajoule/kilogram (MJ/kg). Basically, there are two types of heating value. One is lower heating value (LHV) and the other is high heating value (HHV).

Arhar Stalk Babool Stalk Bagasse, Bamboo Dust Bark Wood Black Wattle Castor Seed Shell Castor Stick Cashew Husk Coconut Waste Coffee Husk Coir Pith Corn Cobs Corn Dental Stick Cotton Stalk & Shell Eucalyptus Wood Forestry Waste Groundnut Shell Jute Waste Lemon Grass Maize Stalk Mulberry Stick Mustard Shell Mustard Stalk Napier Grass Paddy Straw Palm Husk Press Mud (Maili) Rice Husk Rice Straw Saw Dust Soya Bean Husk Subabul Wood Sugar Cane Leaves Sun Flower Stalk Sweet Sorghum Stalk Tea Waste Tobacco Waste Wheat Straw Wood Chips