STUDIES UPON THE DEVELOPMENT OF A LOGISTIC SYSTEM FOR BIOMASS MANAGEMENT IN VINEYARDS

Petru BOLOS, Aurora RANCA, Călin TOPAN, Emil LUCA

Abstract


The objective of this work was to understand and promote the optimum use of the vineyard pruning residues for energy purpose, focusing on the biomass residues logistic in the vineyard units. It was carried on the famous Romanian Vineyard Research Station Murfatlar fields, during the project REVITIS. Our goal was to develop a system for optimal logistics of biomass under the conditions existing in viticulture winemaking and wine-growing holdings in Romania. Our concept is to offer an integrated system, cost-effective, starting from the strings cut from vineyard and energy recovery to end the use. Taking into account the wide variety of working conditions in the wine-producing holdings our aim has become creating a flexible logistics system, easily adaptable to different circumstances. The first two years research results are promising, proving the great potential  of the proposed solution for our conditions.

Keywords


logistic, energy, wine sector; viticulture, renewable energy

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15835/agrisp.v110i3-4.13552



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