Batch cooking General approach In conventional batch cooking, the cooking chemicals (in white liquor and recycled black liquor) are fed to the digester in the beginning of delignification.1-6 To reach cooking temperature, the digester contents receive heat from direct steam or via indirect heating of recirculation liquor in a heat exchanger. When the desired degree
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