In wood combustion, the wood moisture is a criterion for the quality of the fuel. The higher the moisture, the more difficult it is to use the theoretical energy content in practice. During combustion, the water must be heated and evaporated. This heat is extracted from the combustion heat. The result is relatively low flame temperatures and smoldering gases. If the temperatures are below a certain value, incomplete combustion occurs. This results in poor efficiency, pollutants and odor emissions.
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