Modelling knottiness of scots pines prior to or concurrently with logging operation
Uusitalo, Jori (2016)
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From Theory to Practice: Challenges for Forest Engineering
The forest industry is aware of dimensional and qualitative differences existing in the forest and is more willing to incorporate information about forest composition and potential markets into its production planning. Scots pines growing in Finland are known to possess huge quality and value differences. It is therefore of greatest importance that the quality differences could be taken into account when trees are crosscut at forest. The paper presents preliminary results of a study aiming at creating models that could be utilized in practical operations to increase value recovery of the final sawing products.
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