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    • Production of activated carbon from South African sugar-cane bagasse. 

      Devnarain, Prathisha Baruth. (2003)
      The South African sugar industry generates excessive amounts of sugar cane bagasse (~ 25 wt% of feed) as a byproduct during the extraction of sugar juice from cane. Although bagasse is extensively consumed in various ...
    • Production of activated carbon from South African sugarcane bagasse. 

      Mwasiswebe, Denny. (2005)
      South Africa has an annual sugarcane milling capacity of about 22 million tonnes on average producing about 3.3 million tonnes of dry bagasse, of which one third is surplus to factory requirements. Currently surplus ...
    • A study of the phenomenon of bridging of sugarcane bagasse 

      Bernhardt, Herbert Wolfgang (1996)
      This work reports the results of a systematic study of the factors that affect the bridging behaviour of bagasse. It shows that traditional bulk solids theory is inappropriate for predicting bagasse flow mainly because ...
    • Utilisation of bagasse for the production of C5- and C6- sugars. 

      Trickett, Richard Charles. (1982)
      Surplus sugarcane bagasse, estimated at a maximum of 0,9x106 tons/year, represents an annual renewable resource which is readily available at the mill site and is a suitable potential source of alternative fuels and ...