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Identification of Optimal Biomass Utilization – Characteristics and Challenges

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Rapp, Barbara (University of Oldenburg)
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Sonnenschein, Michael (University of Oldenburg)
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Chapter Renewable Energy and Wind Farms
Volume Proceedings of the 27th Conference on Environmental Informatics - Informatics for Environmental Protection, Sustainable Development and Risk Management
Conference Environmental Informatics and Renewable Energies
Hamburg, 2013
Year 2013
Abstract of the Article
Interlinked biomass supply chains can be considered as a loose coupling of independent, distributed players. By
means of loose (and therefore flexibly alterable) coupling, a regional network of (basically) small players is formed
that offers an extensible portfolio of processes, which can be used in variable combinations. Superior sustainability
objectives allow for considering energy efficiency, ecological rucksack and other higher-level objectives. If these superior
objectives are taken into account simultaneously during network formation, the problem of assigning limited
resources to utilization processes in a global optimal way arises. This work-in-progress paper will introduce the preliminary
work on an adaptive and resilient system that is able to identify sustainable biomass utilization networks in
an unsupervised way. The paper will focus on the model used and point out the requirements for possible algorithms
used for optimization of these networks under sustainability objectives.
Pages 25 - 32
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