You are invited to attend our latest Live Webinar sponsored by: North
Carolina State University-Extension Forestry, Southern Regional Extension
Forestry, Texas A&M Agrilife Extension, and 25x'25.
What will you learn?
In Field Drying offers the opportunity for woody biomass energy to
increase in supply and decrease in cost. Landowners, loggers, and producers all
stand to benefit from natural drying processes. NCSU has worked to document the
drying schedules of logging residues, the time and energy use in microchipping
green and dried logging residues, and scanning moisture content at the truck
dump. By participating in this webinar you will develop a better understanding
of how in-field drying lowers energy delivery costs, increases the supply of
energy, and decreases the costs associated with material that requires
additional drying. Participants will also hear from Process Sensors Corporation
and the various industries that currently use Near Infrared Radiation
Transmitters and their involvement with this in field drying research project.
Participants will also learn about the current research with time and motion
studies and drying schedules of feasible field stacking techniques. learn more here…
Who should participate?
Bioenergy Industry Professionals
Natural Resource Professionals
Mar 7, 2014 2:00 pm US/Eastern Duration: 01:15
*** Please join the session 15 minutes prior to the start of the
Chris Hopkins, North Carolina State University
Rich Harley, Process Sensors Corp
Brent Bailey, 25x'25 Alliance
Credits from the following organizations continuing education programs have
been approved or applied for:
of American Foresters – 1 hour Category 1 Credit [status: Applied For]