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By mass balance, this air is given by gA = gG+gv+a-1. D. P. and P. 31) 14 Drying: Principles and Practice Values of a and gvare estimated from fuel analyses; the water vapour gvarises from both the moisture associated with the fuel and the hydrogen content of the latter. For very rough estimates Krischer(7) gives the following values for the mass change on combustion (gG— gA): + 0-5 kg/kg for solid fuels; no change for fuel-oils; —0-8 kg/kg for hydrogen-rich gases; and +0-8 kg/kg for hydrogen-lean gases.