Moisture models

Johanna Routa, Lauri Sikanen, Marja Kolström, Jyrki Raitila

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Abstract

The natural changes in moisture content of energy wood stockpiles can now be forecasted by models, which are using weather statistics, material characteristics, time and location as an input. Models help energy wood supply companies to manage their material flow and improve the efficiency of their deliveries. Models are done for logging residues and for delimbed energy wood. Some companies have implemented models already and experiences are very positive.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEnergy Biomass Supply Chain Concepts Including Terminals
EditorsLauri Sikanen, Olli-Jussi Korpinen, Jouni Tomberg, Timo Saarentaus, Kaisu Leppänen, Miina Jahkonen
PublisherNatural Resources Institute Finland
Chapter4.2
Pages61-63
ISBN (Print)978-952-7205-08-2
Publication statusPublished - 2016
MoE publication typeD2 Article in professional manuals or guides or professional information systems or text book material

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Routa, J., Sikanen, L., Kolström, M., & Raitila, J. (2016). Moisture models. In L. Sikanen, O-J. Korpinen, J. Tomberg, T. Saarentaus, K. Leppänen, & M. Jahkonen (Eds.), Energy Biomass Supply Chain Concepts Including Terminals (pp. 61-63). Natural Resources Institute Finland.
Routa, Johanna ; Sikanen, Lauri ; Kolström, Marja ; Raitila, Jyrki. / Moisture models. Energy Biomass Supply Chain Concepts Including Terminals. editor / Lauri Sikanen ; Olli-Jussi Korpinen ; Jouni Tomberg ; Timo Saarentaus ; Kaisu Leppänen ; Miina Jahkonen. Natural Resources Institute Finland, 2016. pp. 61-63
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Routa, J, Sikanen, L, Kolström, M & Raitila, J 2016, Moisture models. in L Sikanen, O-J Korpinen, J Tomberg, T Saarentaus, K Leppänen & M Jahkonen (eds), Energy Biomass Supply Chain Concepts Including Terminals. Natural Resources Institute Finland, pp. 61-63.

Moisture models. / Routa, Johanna; Sikanen, Lauri; Kolström, Marja; Raitila, Jyrki.

Energy Biomass Supply Chain Concepts Including Terminals. ed. / Lauri Sikanen; Olli-Jussi Korpinen; Jouni Tomberg; Timo Saarentaus; Kaisu Leppänen; Miina Jahkonen. Natural Resources Institute Finland, 2016. p. 61-63.

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Routa J, Sikanen L, Kolström M, Raitila J. Moisture models. In Sikanen L, Korpinen O-J, Tomberg J, Saarentaus T, Leppänen K, Jahkonen M, editors, Energy Biomass Supply Chain Concepts Including Terminals. Natural Resources Institute Finland. 2016. p. 61-63