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Simulating the transport performance of online traded biomass

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Rapp, Barbara (University of Oldenburg)
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Bremer, Jörg (University of Oldenburg)
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Sonnenschein, Michael (University of Oldenburg)
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Chapter Environmental Modelling and Simulation
Volume Integration of Environmental Information in Europe
Conference 24th International Conference on Informatics for Environmental Protection in Cooperation with InterGeo2010
Cologne/Bonn, 2010
Year 2010
Abstract of the Article
Recently proposed approaches for biomass networks rely on efficient algorithms for automated procurement of offered and requested biomass. Automated procurement for optimal network formation on online biomass exchanges is presumed to be superior to manual search with regard to different objectives. Especially, a great potential is seen in case of many-to-many trade relations for a better exploitation of this scarce resource in cascading processes. For this reason, establishing sustainable inter-connected networks for biomass flows is one goal of automated procurement. Another goal is the optimization of higher-level objectives like minimizing overall transport effort and therefore CO2 emissions. Therefore, we have started evaluating the applicability of such approaches to biomass networks. In this paper we describe the general setting of the scrutinized scenarios as well as some first results.
Pages 657 - 666
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