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dc.contributor.authorGupta, Sanjay-
dc.identifier.citationEnergy Conversion and Management, 35(4), 307-316p.en
dc.description.abstractA case is made for the use of solar energy in meeting the energy requirements of the silk production and processing industry of India. The paper briefly reviews the energy requirements of the silk industry and identifies the potential areas existing therein for the application of solar energy. Experiments carried out in this area at the Textile Department of the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, are described.en
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dc.subjectsilk reelingen
dc.subjectsilk dyeingen
dc.subjectsilk degummingen
dc.subjectcocoon cookingen
dc.subjectsilk processingen
dc.subjectprint curingen
dc.subjectutilization potential in silk industryen
dc.subjectsilkworm rearingen
dc.subjectcocoon dryeren
dc.subjectcircular trough concentratoren
dc.subjectpassive coolingen
dc.titleUtilization potential of solar energy in the Indian silk industryen
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