Program

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Wednesday, 24.10.2012

08:30

09:15

Registration, coffee and technical notes on organisational issues

09:15

09:30

Magnus Thor, Welcome speech and some facts about OSCAR

09:30

10:00

  Arnis Muižnieks Represetative of Latvian Forest Owners' Association (LFOA)

10:00

10:10

  Jānis Birģelis Representative of ministry of Agriculture of Latvia

(1.) Plenary session

10:20

10:40

Antti Asikainen, Johanna Routa1), Rolf Björheden2), Juha Laitila1), Dominik Röser1), Forest Biomass Supply For Energy In Finland And Sweden – Development Paths And Transfer Of Technology To Other Countries. 1) Finnish Forest Research Institute, Joensuu; 2)Skogforsk, Uppsala, Sweden, (Finland, Sweden)

10:40

11:00

Back Tomas Ersson1), Linus Jundén2), Urban Bergsten3), Martin Servin2), Simulations Of Mechanized Planting – Modelling Terrain And Crane-Mounted Planting Devices. 1)Dept. of Forest Resource Management, SLU, Umeå, 2)UMIT Research Lab, Umeå University, Umeå, 3)Dept. of Forest Ecology and Management, SLU, Umeå, (Sweden)

11:00

11:20

Maria Riala, Antti Asikainen, Future Of Forest Energy In Europe In 2030 – Results From An International Delphi Study. Finnish forest research institute, (Finland)

11:20

11:35

Discussion

11:35

12:15

 Break and Technical notes

(2.1) Parallel session


(2.2) Parallel session

12:15

12:30

Karin Westlund1), Sten Bergstand2), Petrus Jönsson1), Sima Mohtashami1), Evaluation Of Navigation Satellite Systems For Forestry And Its Precision In A Forest Environment. 1)Skogforsk, the Forestry Research Institute of Sweden, Uppsala, 2)SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden, Borås, (Sweden)


Kalle Kärha, Evaluation Of Two Stump-Lifting Heads In Norway Spruce Stands. Stora Enso Wood Supply Finland, (Finland)

12:30

12:45

Andreas Barth1), Håkan Larsson2), Philip Engström2), Johan Sonesson1), and Magnus Thor1), Measurement Of Tree Population With New Sensor Technology On Forest Harvester. 1)Skogforsk - The Forestry Research Institute of Sweden; 2)FOI - Swedish Defence Research Agency,

(Sweden)


Simon Berg, Ground disturbance and productivity of Biorex30. Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Forest Resource Management, (Sweden)

12:45

13:00

Matti Sirén, Jari Ala-Ilomäki, Harri Mäkinen, Sami Lamminen, Possibilities To Reduce Damage In Thinning Of Norway Spruce During Unfrozen Soil. Finnish Forest Research Institute, (Finland)


Johanna Routa1), Kolström, M.2), Ruotsalainen, J3), Sikanen L.2), Forecasting Moisture Changes Of Energy Wood As A Part Of Logistic Management. 1)Finnish Forest Research Institute, Eastern Finland Regional Unit, Joensuu, 2)University of Eastern Finland, School of Forest Sciences, Joensuu, 3)Finnish meteorological Institute, Kuopio Unit, (Finland)

13:00

13:15

Johan Sonesson, Isabelle Bergkvist, Sima Mohtashami, Find The Smartest Roads In The Terrain During Forest Operations Using GIS. Skogforsk, The forest research institute of Sweden, Uppsala Science Park, (Sweden)


Eliasson Lars, Brunberg Torbjörn, Lundström Hagos, Forwarding Of Fresh And Dried Logging Residues Using A Forwarder With A Dedicated Residue Load Area. Skogforsk The Forestry Research Institute of Sweden Uppsala Science park, (Sweden)

13:15

13:30

Robert Prinz1), Dominik Röser1), Blas Mola-Yudego2), Beatrice Emer 3) and Lauri Sikanen 2), Chipping Productivity And Performance In Finland And Austria. 1)Finnish Forest Research Institute, Joensuu, 2) University of Eastern Finland, School of Forest Sciences, Joensuu, 3) University of Padova, Department of Land, Agriculture and Forest Systems, Legnaro (PD), Italy, (Finland)


Johannes Windisch, Dominik Röser, Business Process Improvement On Supply Chain Level. Finnish Forest Research Institute, (Finland)

13:30

13:45

Parallel sessions – Discussion

13:45

14:45

Break - Lunch

(3.1) Parallel session


(3.2) Parallel session

14:45

15:00

Vahur Kurvits, Allar Padari, Veiko Uri, Peeter Muiste, Stumps Lifting In Estonia – A Case Study In Spruce Stands. Estonian University of Life Sciences, (Estonia)


Maria Iwarsson Wide, What, How And When -TO Harvest In Young Dense Stands. Skogforsk, Uppsala Science Park, (Sweden)

5:00

15:15

Andis Lazdiņš, Agris Zimelis, Productivity Of Stump Lifting Head MCR-500. Latvia State Forest Research Institute “Silava” (Latvia)


Teijo Palander, Antti Perho, Efficiency Of Multiple-Tree Processing In Different Energy-Wood Stands. University of Eastern Finland, (Finland)

15:15

15:30

Aaron Petty, Timo Melkas, Economic And Technical Importance Of Crane Scale Accuracy: A Case Study On Timber Truck Crane Scale Measurement. Metsäteho Oy, Helsinki, (Finland)


Claes Löfroth, Johanna Enström, Niklas Fogdestam, High Capacity Transport – A Three Year Roundwood Haulage Test In Sweden. Skogforsk, Uppsala,(Sweden)

15:30

15:45

Martin Englund, Petrus Jönsson, Headlamps For Harvesters. Skogforsk, The Forestry Research Institute of Sweden, (Sweden)


Laitila Juha, Väätäinen Kari, Harvesting Costs And Transportation Logistics Of Whole-Trees And Delimbed Energy Wood In Finland. Finnish Forest Research Institute, Joensuu Research Unit, (Finland)

15:45

16:00

Parallel session – Discussion

16:00

16:15

Technical notes

16:30

19:30

Working group meetings

19:30


Dinner

Thursday, 25.10.2012

(4.1) Flash session


(4.2) Flash session

08:00

08:10

Dan Bergström, Fulvio di Fulvio, Analyses Of Biomass Supply Chain Cost- And Energy Efficiency For Early Thinnings In Fennoscandia. Department of Forest Resource Management, Swedish University of Agriculture Sciences Umeå, (Sweden)


Thomas Leitner, Lukas Maier, Log Length Measurement Accuracy Of Harvester And Processor Heads: Analysis Of Sawmill Measurement Data And The Effect Of An Intervention Experiment. University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Department of Forest- and Soil Sciences, Institute of Forest Engineering, (Austria)

08:10

08:20

Heikki Ovaskainen, Work Models For Thinning And Final Felling Operations. Metsäteho Oy, Helsinki, (Finland)


Liana Sadauskienė, Marius Aleinikovas, Kestutis Armolaitis, Iveta Varnagirytė-Kabašinskienė, Theoretical investigation of stump wood use for fuel in Lithuania, Institute of Forestry of Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry (Lithuania)

08:20

08:30

Āris Jansons1), Līga Puriņa1), Oskars Krišāns1), Linards Sisenis2), Technicaly available biomass in young stands of Pinus controta and Pinus sylvestris in Latvia. 1)Latvia State Forest Research Institute “Silava, 2)Latvia University of Agriculture, Forest Faculty, (Latvia)


Kalle Kärhä1), Antti Perho2), Teuvo Kumpare3), Teijo Palander2) and Sirkka Keskinen4), Utilization Of Multi-Tree Handling In Thinning Stands. 1)Stora Enso Wood Supply Finland; 2)University of Eastern Finland; 3)Metsähallitus; 4)Metsäteho Oy, (Finland)

08:30

08:40

Nopparat Manavakun, Improvement Of Timber Harvesting System: Application Of Discrete-Event Simulation In Eucalyptus Plantations. Department of Forest Sciences, University of Helsinki, (Finland)


Gunnar Svenson, The Impact Of Road Characteristics On Fuel Consumption For Timber Trucks. Skogforsk, The Forestry Research Institute of Sweden Uppsala Science Park, (Sweden)

08:40

08:50

Sandra Sánchez García1),Elena Canga Líbano1), Dimitris Athanassiadis2), Supply Chain Of Logging Residues From Eucalyptus Globulus Stands In Asturias, Spain. 1) CETEMAS; 2) SLU, (Sweden)


Karri Pasanen, Antti Asikainen, CO2 Emissions Of Forest Chips Supply Chains. Finnish Forest Research Institute, (Finland)

08:50

09:00

Muedanyi Ramantswana, Andrew McEwan and Jeanette Pauw, Determining the effect of tree size, bark-wood bond strength and tree form on the productivity of an excavator-based harvester in Acacia mearnsii in the Kwazulu-Natal forestry region of South Africa. Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (South Africa)


Uusitalo Jori, Ala-Ilomäki Jari, Terrain Trafficability Classification Of Logging Machinery On Pine Mires. The Finnish Forest Research Institute (Metla), (Finland)

09:00

09:15

Flash session – discussion

09:15

09:40

Break

(5.1) Flash session


(5.2) Flash session

09:40

09:50

Emanuel Erlandsson, Using Function Modeling To Describe Operations Management – Experiences From A Swedish Case Study. Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Umeå, Sweden, Dept. of Forest Resource Management, sect. of Forest Planning and Operations Management, (Sweden)


Giovanna Ottaviani Aalmo, Organizational Analysis Of Cable Yarding Operations In The Norwegian Westland. Norsk institutt for skog og landskap, (Norway)

09:50

10:00

Jari Ala-Ilomäki, Sami Lamminen, Matti Sirén, Kari Väätäinen and Antti Asikainen, Using Harvester Can-Bus Data For Mobility Mapping. Finnish Forest Research Institute, (Finland)


Fulvio Di Fulvio, Dan Bergström, Analyses Of A Multifunctional One-Machine Harvesting System In Early Thinnings For Pulpwood And Energy-Wood. Department of Forest Resource Management, Swedish University of Agriculture Sciences, Umeå, (Sweden)

10:00

10:10

Dag Fjeld, Discrete-event simulation of collaboration between transport organizations. SLU-Umeå, (Sweden)


Niklas Fogdestam, Anna Furness-Lindén, ABSE09 - a great success. Skogforsk Uppsala Science Park S-751 83 Uppsala Sweden; Swedish Standards Institute, SIS,(Sweden)

10:10

10:20

Solveiga Luguza, Olga Miezite, Imants Liepa, Aigars Indriksons, J. Ruba, Temperature Impact On Distribution Of Entomological Damage In Norway Spruce Picea Abies (L.) Karst. Young Forest Stands. Latvia University of Agriculture, Forest Faculty, (Latvia)


Gernot Erber, Christian Kanzian, Karl Stampfer, Predicting moisture content in a pine logwood pile for energy purposes. Institute of Forest Engineering Department of Forest and Soil Sciences University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, (Austria)

10:20

10:30

Seyed Armin Hashemi, Setareh Koochaki Chenani, Investigation Of Heavy Metal In Urban Forest Park. Department of Forestry, Lahijan Branch, Islamic Azad University, Lahijan, (Iran)


Kalle Kärhä, Comminution Productivity Of Forest Chips During Last 30 Years In Finland. Stora Enso Wood Supply, (Finland)

10:30

10:40

Atis Zariņš 1, Karlis Bumanis, Maris Lietuvietis2   Approbation of the road infrastructure friendly transport technologies on the low bearing capacity local roads. 1Riga Technical University, Dept. of Roads and Bridges, 2 Forest and Wood Products Research and Development Institute   


Karin Westlund, Maria Nordström Digital information Flows in Swedish forestry – bottlenecks and potentials. Skogforsk, The Forestry Research Institute of Sweden, Uppsala (Sweden)

10:40

10:50

Flash – discussion

10:50

11:00

Break

11:00

11:30

Plenary - Introduction with Joint stock company Latvia State Forests (Latvia)

11:30

11:45

Prepare for excursion- find the buses outside of hotel

13:00

14:00

Excursion – lunch, responsible Dagnija Lazdina

14:00

18:00

Excursion, Stump lifting, Soil preparation - trenchers, solutions of wood transportatin on soft soils and wet conditions.

Andis Lazdins, Kaspars Liepins, Kārlis Būmanis

Program of field demonstrations

Result of forest operations e.t.c. but -no harvesters :). Road construction, stump extraction and forest soil preparation. Lunch and coffee on the excursion. Please bring outdoor shoes and warm clothes. Long term weather forecast; http://spotlight.accuweather.com/dyndoc/goto/spotlight/adc_qxa3513/forecastfox.gif|www.accuweather.com/en-us/LV/OR/Ogre/Details5.aspx?partner=forecastfox&cityId=224912


20:00


Dinner

Friday, 26.10.2012

(6.1) Parallel session


(6.2) Parallel session

08:30

08:45

Gunnar Eriksson, Dan Bergström and Tomas Nordfjell, A Review Of Mechanical Methods For Woody Biomass Comminution And Sorting. Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Department of Forest Resource Management, Umeå, (Sweden)


Dag Fjeld, Simulating The Effect Of Fleet Management Routines On Mill Delivery Precision And Truck Utilization. Division of forest planning and operations management, SLU-Umeå, (Sweden)

08:45

09:00

Isabelle Bergkvist, Direct Loading Systems In Swedish Forestry- Operational Forestry, Studies And Analysis. Skogforsk, Uppsala Science Park, (Sweden)


Bruce Talbot1), Daniel Kindernay 2), Giovanna Ottaviani Aalmo1), Nicholas Clarke1), Jan Bjerketvedt 1), Evaluation Of Site Impact After Harvesting In Steep Terrain With Excavator Assisted Ground Based Systems. 1)Norwegian Forest and Landscape Institute; 2)Technical University in Zvolen, (Norway)                                          

09:00

09:15

Lindeman Harri, Ala-Ilomäki Jari, Siren Matti and Uusitalo Jori, Airborne Laser Scanning For Prediction Of Bearing Capacity Of Peatlands. The Finnish Forest Research Institute (Metla), (Finland)


Yrjö Nuutinen1), Teijo Palander2), Possibilities To Use Automatic And Manual Timing In Time Studies On Harvester Operations. 1)Finnish Forest Research Institute, Joensuu Research Unit, 2)Faculty of Science and Forestry, Joensuu, (Finland)

09:15

09:30

Adrian Enache1),2), Ewald Pertlik2), Valentina D. Ciobanu1) ,Developing And Implementing A Concept For Qualitative And Quantitative Assessment Of Forest Infrastructure Using Geographic Information Systems. 1)Department of Forest Engineering, Forest Management Planning and Terrestrial Measurements, Transilvania University of Brasov, 2)Institute of Forest Engineering, Department of Forest and Soil Sciences, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, (Romania, Austria)


Ola Lindroos, Iwan Wästerlund, Field Study Of A Forwarder Trailer Concept – Lower Cost And Fuel Consumption At Long Distances. Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences Department of Forest Resource Management,( Sweden)

09:30

09:45

Parallel – discussion

09:45

10:15

Break

(7.) Closing session

0:15

10:30

Yuri Gerasimov, Wood Harvesting Machinery Market In Russia. Finnish Forest Research Institute (Finland)

10:30

10:45

Lars Wilhelmsson, John Arlinger, Andreas Barth, Nazmul Bhuiyan, Björn Hannrup, Johan Möller, Maria Nordström, Improvements of value chains by simulations and production reports from cut-to-length harvesters. (Sweden)

10:45

11:00

Kari Väätäinen, Sami Lamminen, Matti Sirén, Jari Ala-Ilomäki and Antti Asikainen, More Efficiency With Intelligent Operator-Tutoring Systems In Wood Harvesting. Finnish Forest Research Institute, (Finland)

11:00

11:15

Kay Schaubach1), Kathrin Bienert1), Jaap Kiel2), Robin Zwart2), Martin Englisch3), Magdalena Wojcik3), Differences Between Conventional And Torrefied Pellets And Their Influence On Logistics – Contribution Of The Sector Project. 1) DBFZ, Germany; 2) ECN, Netherlands, 3) OFI, Austria, (Austria)

11:15

11:30

Palle Madsen, ENERWOODS project – a Nordic and Baltic project funded by Nordic Energy Research, Danish Centre for Forest, Landscape and Planning University of Copenhagen (Denmark)

11:30

11:45

Closing session – Discussion

11:45

12:00

Magnus Thor, Closing remarks, Sweden

12:15

13:15

Lunch

13:30


Departure to OSCAR 2014

posters:

Magagnotti Natascia & Spinelli Raffaele (eds.) - Good Practice Guidelines for Biomass Production Studies. COST Action FP0902 (WG2 Operations research and measurements methodologies)

Tālis Gaitnieks, Natālija Arhipova, Lauma Brūna, Astra Zaļuma, Kari Korhonen, Rimvys Vasaitis, Andis Lazdiņš, Importance of decayed stumps in the spread of root and butt rot in coniferous stands. Latvia State Forest Research Institute “Silava” (Latvia)

Dagnija Lazdiņa1, Andis Lazdiņš1, Agris Zimelis1 , Comparison of Productivity of soil scarification with conventional excavator bucket and mounder MPV-6001, Latvia State Forest Research Institute “Silava” (LSFRI Silava)

Līga Strūve1), Andis Lazdiņš2), Contribution Of Harvested Wood Products To Greenhouse Gas Emissions Due To Forest Management In Latvia. 1)Ministry of Agriculture of Republic of Latvia, 2)Latvia State Forest Research Institute “Silava” (Latvia)

Dagnija Lazdina1, Agris Zimelis1, Valentīns Lazdāns1, Andis Lazdiņš1 PRODUCTIVITY OF TENDING DEPENDING ON INTENSITY OF OVERGROWTH, 1Latvia State forest research institute“Silava”

Juris Zariņš, Jānis Donis Forest fires in Latvia: Spatial analysis. Latvia State Forest Research Institute “Silava” (Latvia)

Kaspars Liepiņš, Andis Lazdiņš, Uldis Prindulis, Jānis Liepiņš, Mudrīte Daugaviete Harvesting potential of woody biomass in thinning natural origin young stands of silver birch: a case study. Latvia State Forest Research Institute “Silava” (Latvia)


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Andis Lazdiņš,
22 Oct 2012, 23:05
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Dagnija Lazdiņa,
22 Oct 2012, 08:25
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