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The Energy Value. A fuel’s potential energy is determined by its physical and chemical properties. Heating value is the total energy that is released from a fuel when it is used. It is expressed in megajoules per kilogram (MJ/kg) or joules per Gram 🙌 The average woody biomass heating density is 19.8 MJ/kg2. The heating properties of woody biomass are relatively stable, but there is some variation due to their chemical composition. Softwoods generally have higher heating properties than hardwoods and branches are more efficient than stemwood. Table 1 shows that the heat value of a fuel is affected by its moisture content. The higher the fuel’s dryness, the greater the heating potential.🤓 
Table 2. Finnish wood fuels. The typical variations of logging residue chips and harvesting residues. These residues, which are typically recovered in bundles today, have been in use in Finland for approximately 5 years. They have now been accepted as an essential fuel ingredient in Finland. It is however more costly than the wood wastes from forests and peat. The harvesting residues can be used at affordable prices in quantities that meet market requirements. There are many small (< 2 MWth) heating stations in Finland that are using only harvesting residues. Power plants Fuel supply depends on the availability of fuel at affordable prices. 
This is an example of a new article. Large.stanford.eduHuman progress is largely due to ancient man’s ability to harness fire. Wood was the fuel used to power most of ancient societies. Despite all human inventions, this is still the predominant fuel. Source of energy Today, there are more than two billion of them. Wood energy has been primarily consumed by developing nations. But, with the increasing global demand for more sustainable wood, these countries are now the biggest consumers. Fossil fuels Global warming fears are causing many developed countries to reconsider their belief in the utility of the tree. This brief report provides a quick overview of the renewable resource as well its potential for long-term energy solutions. Amy Robinson (Cuiaba, Brazil) modified this report on September 13, 2021 
More reading available cs.mcgill.caHowever, firewood’s heating power per cubic metre and per log can vary depending on the tree species used to cut it, as well as the log density. You can find the United StatesFirewood generally falls into two main categories. This is often confusing as conifer species have different wood types than other broadleaf trees. Because wood grows slower, it tends to be harder and has more biomass per unit volume. These woods produce long-burning, hot fires when properly seasoned. They also emit very little particulate matter. Woods such as Oak and Hard Maple, Hickory, along with most fruits woods (apple and cherry), are all examples. They are the most hardy and densely shaped woods, making them ideal for use as firewood. They are less dense than broad-leaved varieties like poplar and willow. Wood and require a greater volume of wood to produce the same amount of heat. If you live in an area with broad-leafed trees trees do not growFirewood varieties that are attractive include Western Larch and slash pine. This was modified by Noah Miller (Warsaw, Poland) on May 7, 2020.