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Abstract: The study is carried out to evaluate the energy (electricity and gas) usage for cotton ginning processes in Australia. The pattern of energy usage is identified and its relationship with incoming cotton is analysed. Based on the electricity usage and bales produced, a benchmark of electricity use for cotton ginning is developed.

To cite this article: Ismail, SA; Chen, G; Baillie, C and Symes, T. Evaluation of Energy Usage for Cotton Ginning Processes [online]. In: Agricultural Technologies In a Changing Climate: The 2009 CIGR International Symposium of the Australian Society for Engineering in Agriculture. Brisbane, Queensland: Engineers Australia, 2009: [181]-[190]. Availability: <http://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=630074904710053;res=IELENG> ISBN: 9780858259096. [cited 03 Dec 16].

Personal Author: Ismail, SA; Chen, G; Baillie, C; Symes, T; Source: In: Agricultural Technologies In a Changing Climate: The 2009 CIGR International Symposium of the Australian Society for Engineering in Agriculture. Brisbane, Queensland: Engineers Australia, 2009: [181]-[190]. Document Type: Conference Paper, Research ISBN: 9780858259096 Subject: Agriculture--Energy consumption; Electric power consumption--Statistical methods; Cotton gins and ginning; Agricultural engineering--Research; Cotton manufacture--Energy consumption; Statistics; Affiliation: (1) National Centre for Engineering in Agriculture (NCEA), University of Southern Queensland (USQ), Toowoomba, QLD 4350, Australia
(2) National Centre for Engineering in Agriculture (NCEA), University of Southern Queensland (USQ), Toowoomba, QLD 4350, Australia
(3) National Centre for Engineering in Agriculture (NCEA), University of Southern Queensland (USQ), Toowoomba, QLD 4350, Australia
(4) National Centre for Engineering in Agriculture (NCEA), University of Southern Queensland (USQ), Toowoomba, QLD 4350, Australia

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