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Evaluation of logging systems designed to recover harvesting residues for energy.

Evaluation of logging systems designed to recover harvesting residues for energy.

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Published by Division of Land and Forest Resources, Tennessee Valley Authority in Norris, Tenn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Logging -- Tennessee.,
  • Slash (Logging),
  • Wood waste.,
  • Power resources -- Tennessee.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesTechnical note -- B50., Technical note (Tennessee Valley Authority. Office of Natural Resources) -- B50.
    ContributionsTennessee Valley Authority. Division of Land and Forest Resources.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 46 p. :
    Number of Pages46
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15304585M

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Get this from a library. An evaluation of logging systems designed to recover harvesting residues for energy. [Richard A Kluender; Kenneth Duane Farrar; William B Stuart; Tennessee Valley Authority. Division of Land and Forest Resources.].

Operational studies have demonstrated that biomass production from logging residues is feasible on integrated harvesting systems in pine and hardwood forests (Westbrook et al.

Baker et al. Recovering Energy Biomass in Conventional Forest Operations: a Review of Integrated Harvesting Systems. logging residues at clear-felled areas during extraction for. Tennessee Valley Authority (), An evaluation of logging systems designed to recover harvesting residues for energy.

Technical Note B50, TVA/ONR/LFR 83/ Tennessee Valley Authority, Norris, Tennessee. 45 pp. Google ScholarCited by: 1. @article{osti_, title = {Manual harvesting of high population Leucaena stands}, author = {Pecson, R.D.

and Van Den Beldt, R.J.}, abstractNote = {Five-year-old giant Leucaena leucocephala, planted at spacing 1x m, were harvested using bolos (Filipino machetes) and chainsaws.

For felling alone, chainsaws took 35% less time than bolos. Logging Residues. Logging residues consist of branches, leaves, lops, tops, damaged, or unwanted stem wood. Such residues are often left in the forests for various reasons of which the low demand for fuel (with high moisture content) in some areas is Cited by: In sharp contrast to harvesting live trees, which may take decades or centuries to recover their original biomass and reach carbon sequestration parity, using wood residues for bioenergy that would otherwise have been left to decompose or slash-burned results in emissions reductions over a shorter term.

EPA/ August An Approach To WATER RESOURCES EVALUATION OF NON-POINT SILVICULTURAL SOURCES (A Procedural Handbook) by Forest Service United States Department of Agriculture Washington, D.C. Interagency Agreement No. EPA-IAG-D Project Officer Lee A.

Mulkey Technology Development and Applications Branch Environmental. Stuart, W. B., et al., Economics of modifying harvesting systems to recover energy wood, Forest Products Journal 31(8), Säll, H-O., VI Development of harvesters for energy forest plantations, pp.

In: Proceedings of the International Conference “Harvesting and Utilization of Wood for Energy Purposes” at ELMIA. Examples range from conventional biorefining systems (where e.g. feeding residues from bioenergy production to animals, see e.g. Egeskog et al. for the case of residues from sugarcane ethanol production used in the feed mix of dairy cattle in Pontal, Brazil) to newer types of biorefineries (e.g.

lignocellulosic feedstock biorefinery,).Cited by: 2. Biofuel Supply Chain. The biofuel supply chain involves producing biomass feedstock; harvesting, collecting, storing, and transporting the feedstock to the biorefinery; converting the biomass to fuel at the biorefinery; distributing biofuels to end users; and, finally, using the s is procured from diverse environments, each associated with different economic costs for production.

harvesting systems. San Francisco, CA: Miller Freeman. Logging Practices not only shows what happens dur-ing timber harvesting but also how and why it hap-pens.

The book gives an overall view of the systems, equipment, and practices used in North America to harvest timber crops. Its thorough coverage includesFile Size: 1MB. In some instances, especially designed cable logging systems are used to yard residues.

Later, the material is burned, or if a substantial volume of 81 the material is sound and market conditions are favorable, it may be sold on the pulp market.

-the trees cut to make book's paper were selected for harvest based on a sustainable management plan designed to avoid depleting the forest of its mature trees or degrading the ecological functions the forest performs-the logs were transported to a nearby pulp and paper mill.

Forest biomass is a natural renewable resource with multiple uses, including energy production. In fact, forest biomass is still one of the main sources of energy for heating and cooking in many regions around the world, particularly in developing nations [].Indeed, even in many industrialized countries around the world, forest biomass has the potential to substitute an important share of Author: Juan A.

Blanco, David Candel-Pérez, Yueh-Hsin Lo. Forestry is a major component of our natural resource - based economy in Idaho and surrounding states. Continuous improvement of forest management practices, including the use of new technology and equipment, and new silvicultural practices, is critical to help improve and advance project ultimately seeks to provide new research, teaching and service activities for.

FORMEC - Innovating the Competitive Edge: From Research to Impact in the Forest Value Chain September 25th - 29th,Braşov, Romania iv Enda Coates, Tom Kent, Brian Cronin, Christopher McGurren, Nicholas Mockler and Maeve Kennealy IRISH WOOD FUEL DATABASE (A WEB BASED DATABASE OF WOOD FUEL PARAMETERS) 62 H.

Pacific Energy Systems, Inc. in rangeland restoration, harvesting logging slash in other timber harvests, urban wood It can also be used in boilers or furnaces designed to use heating oils or in oil‐fueled lighting equipment.

File Size: 15MB. The mission of the Office of the Chief Financial Officer is to assure the effective management and financial integrity of Department of Energy programs, activities, and resources by developing and implementing and monitoring Department-wide policies and systems in the areas of budget administration, program analysis and evaluation, finance and.

The book is intended for undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in energy harvesting technology, researchers investigating kinetic energy harvesting systems, and structure/circuit design engineers working on self-powered WSNs or other energy harvesting applications.

the usable amount of high-quality energy available from a given quantity of an energy resource. Petroleum or crude oil oil as it comes out of the ground: black, gooey liquid consisting of hundreds of different combustible hydrocarbons along with small amounts of sulfur, oxygen, and nitrogen impurities.Mexico’s Energy Reform set in motion a series of changes that continue to revolutionize the country’s oil and gas industry.

With vast untapped hydrocarbon reserves, increasing demand from a. The “international oil crisis” of the s triggered one of the first global waves of interest in the utilization of woody biomass as a commercial energy feedstock (Yoshioka et al. ).Woody biomass, a general term that commonly encompasses by-products of conventional timber products, harvest residues, and nonmerchantable small-diameter trees (Janowiak and Webster ), has the Cited by: 3.