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Drying kinetic of Canadian lignite was studied in a pilot scale fluidized bed dryer using low temperature air (T≤70 ˚C). Minimum fluidization velocity was calculated and applied to the experiment. Samples showed poor fluidization due to large particle size (1-2.8 mm) and density (1400 kg/m 3 ). The effect of drying parameters was studied experimentally. Gas temperature showed a great effect on increasing drying rate in the constant drying period and low effect in the falling rate period.doi:10.7939/r3k931d1n fatcat:ftso3yxhlrgf7omol46ox5suga