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  • v. Present participle of hammermill.


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  • Ileleji's testing showed that hammermilling - one of the most common grinding techniques, which beats and breaks biomass until it is small enough to pass through screens - breaks switchgrass in a way that keeps its aspect ratio about the same no matter the size.

    Science Blog

  • Ileleji said processors could save money with the information because they can stop hammermilling switchgrass when it fits through a 6.4 mm screen, the largest Ileleji tested.

    Science Blog

  • Transactions of the ASABE, looked at the effects that hammermilling had on the morphology of various feedstocks-corn, soybeans, and switchgrass.

    Ars Technica


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