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Voronezh State Academy of Forestry Engineering - Computer technologies for the increasing of coniferous forests productivity

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Date of filling in 14.03.2007
Organization name Voronezh State Academy of Forestry Engineering
Organization adress 394613, Russian Federation, Voronezh, Timirjasev str., 8
Department/Unit Chair of Computer-aided manufacturing
Contact person Petrovskiy Vladislav, DSc, professor, Head of Chair
Phone +7-4732-537050
Fax +7-4732-538461
E-Mail appvglta@bk.ru
Web-site http://www.vglta.vrn.ru
Organization type
  • Research
  • Education
Special Programme
Theme
Environment (including climate change) (ENV)
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Topic number Computer technologies for the increasing of coniferous forests productivity
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Expertise offered Mathematical modelling of age dynamics of diameters, heights, sums of area cut, stores, accelerations on the 1 hectare of stemwood (pine trees, firtrees) is conducted. Reaction models of such taxation indexes on the periodic thinning, algorithms, computer technologies programs for the increasing of coniferous forests productivity is developing. Results create the system of computer management by means of increasing of coniferous forests productivity with definition and realization of optimal periodicity property, intensification of age thinning of firwoods with minimization of ecologic damage to trees.
Problems to be solved and results: The reduction of age of fir trees technical ripeness for the period of 10-15 years, the increase for 15-20% volume of stemwood from 1 hectare for 1 year forestation.
Scientific keywords Models Algorithms Programs Computer technologies Forests\\\' productivity Ecological effect Economic effect
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