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The Tree-Length Method Revisited

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V.A. Aleksandrov

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The article analyzes the existing harvesting machines systems that apply the tree-length method, in terms of power consumption, performance, and the number of machines in the system. A new system of machines based on a feller buncher and a pickup, including a tracked skidder with a trailer, and equipped with a slasher and a reloader. Recommendations are given for improving the tractor’s propulsion system as well as reducing vibration load for drivers and operators of feller bunchers.

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V.A. Aleksandrov
St. Petersburg State Forest Technical University 

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St. Petersburg State Forest Technical University

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Key words: harvesting machine, tree-length method, energy intensity, machines system, vibration load for operators.

The Tree-Length Method Revisited

 

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