Modeling Biomass Logistics

Bert Annevelink*, Perttu Anttila, Kari Väätäinen, Benoît Gabrielle, Daniel García-Galindo, Sylvain Leduc, Igor Staritsky

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Abstract

This chapter will presents the current status and the main challenges of biomass logistics. Logistical aspects of the biomass supply chain will be delineated. It further provides a thorough description of different methodologies to design biomass value chains combined with relevant logistical assessment criteria. This includes also descriptions for how to integrate the various logistical components in modeling logistical tools that are currently available to implement the described methodologies. The chapter finishes with a set of case studies based on local data and made with these logistical tools.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationModeling and Optimization of Biomass Supply Chains
Subtitle of host publicationTop-Down and Bottom-up Assessment for Agricultural, Forest and Waste Feedstock
PublisherElsevier
Pages79-103
ISBN (Electronic)9780128123041
ISBN (Print)9780128123034
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 15 Aug 2017

Keywords

  • Biomass supply chain
  • Design tools
  • Logistical component
  • Logistical concept
  • Optimization
  • Simulation

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    Annevelink, B., Anttila, P., Väätäinen, K., Gabrielle, B., García-Galindo, D., Leduc, S., & Staritsky, I. (2017). Modeling Biomass Logistics. In Modeling and Optimization of Biomass Supply Chains: Top-Down and Bottom-up Assessment for Agricultural, Forest and Waste Feedstock (pp. 79-103). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-812303-4.00004-5