Title: Efficient use of wooden biomass for energy production in Austria
Language: English
Authors: Brandner, Herbert 
Qualification level: Diploma
Advisor: Hofbauer, Hermann
Issue Date: 2009
Number of Pages: 79
Qualification level: Diploma
Many books are already written about the different uses of biomass. There are books available about different sources of biomass whether from the field or out of the forest and the assessment of their available potential. Also lots of literature exists about the technical approach to a project or the economic feasibility. Within this Master Thesis an attempt should be done to cover the whole range of influences for a successful biomass project. For the reason that there is a large variety of aspects, only the field of wooden biomass is covered in this paper to keep the focus. To allow a look at all the concerned topics also the single chapters don´ t go to deep into detail and cover only major concerns and most common applications on the market. As a result of this book the reader should get a complete guideline of what it takes to use wooden biomass most efficient for energy production and this way how a successful project can take place in this way. In the end one will understand that only if all the involved criteria is fulfilled the efficient use of this highly valuable limited resource can be ensured. This includes realistic assessment of biomass potential which is explained on the example of the Province lower Austria as well as the right technology for the appropriate dimensioned plant size. To make it easier for the reader in the end some checklists give a compact overview of the necessary criteria. If the reader of this master thesis finally understands the high value of the resource wood and that only the most efficient use can lead to sustainable energy production the aim of the writer is reached.
URI: https://resolver.obvsg.at/urn:nbn:at:at-ubtuw:1-54117
Library ID: AC07891411
Organisation: E017 - Weiterbildungszentrum der TU Wien 
Publication Type: Thesis
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