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An attempt to introduce assistive vibration into the process of biomass briquetting was carried out, with a focus on lowering the energy requirement and improving product quality. The effects of assistive vibration on the surface morphology of briquettes using corn stalk and wheat straw as the experimental materials was investigated, and it was found that assistive vibration can increase the flow capacity of the material and improve the press transmission as well as the uniformity of internaldoi:10.15376/biores.11.1.2597-2606 fatcat:dqqvh4wmszfuzg4ngcuk37gnou