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Alberta helitorch re-design, 2017 fall advisory meeting

https://library.fpinnovations.ca/en/permalink/fpipub9999
Author
Finn, Dave
Campbell, Roy
Date
November 2017
Material Type
presentation
Field
Fibre Supply
Author
Finn, Dave
Campbell, Roy
Date
November 2017
Material Type
presentation
Physical Description
11 p.
Sector
Forest Operations
Field
Fibre Supply
Research Area
Wildfire Operations
Forestry
Subject
Alberta
Fire protection
Wildfires
Gels
Fuels
Series Number
Wildfire 9999 2017
Language
English
Abstract
Presentation on a project to modernize and improve Alberta's helitorch by re-designing, building, and testing/evaluating in cooperation with the University of Alberta.
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Business-to-business carbon sequestration tool

https://library.fpinnovations.ca/en/permalink/fpipub8139
Author
FPInnovations
Date
2013
Material Type
Research report
Field
Environment
Author
FPInnovations
Date
2013
Material Type
Research report
Physical Description
1 v.
Sector
Forest Operations
Pulp Paper and Bioproducts
Wood Products
Field
Environment
Research Area
Environment
Subject
Biomaterials
Bioproducts
Building construction
Building materials
Cellulose
Construction materials
Design
Fuels
Gypsum
Nanocrystalline cellulose NCC
Panels
Paper products
Quality control
Standards
Wood construction
Language
English
Abstract
This calculator is intended as a companion to the Product Category Rules for North American Structural and Architectural Wood Prodcuts. It serves to simplify and standardize the approach to biogenic carbon accounting when developing EPDs according to that PCR. This tool comes in two versions: one for use with cradle-to-grave LCA data (the B2C tool) and one for use with cradle-to-gate LCA data (the B2B tool)
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Business-to-consumer carbon sequestration tool

https://library.fpinnovations.ca/en/permalink/fpipub8140
Author
FPInnovations
Date
2013
Material Type
Research report
Field
Environment
Author
FPInnovations
Date
2013
Material Type
Research report
Physical Description
1 v.
Sector
Forest Operations
Pulp Paper and Bioproducts
Wood Products
Field
Environment
Research Area
Environment
Subject
Biomaterials
Bioproducts
Building construction
Building materials
Cellulose
Construction materials
Design
Fuels
Gypsum
Nanocrystalline cellulose NCC
Panels
Paper products
Quality control
Standards
Wood construction
Language
English
Abstract
This calculator is intended as a companion to the Product Category Rules for North American Structural and Architectural Wood Prodcuts. It serves to simplify and standardize the approach to biogenic carbon accounting when developing EPDs according to that PCR. This tool comes in two versions: one for use with cradle-to-grave LCA data (the B2C tool) and one for use with cradle-to-gate LCA data (the B2B tool)
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Canopy penetration of airtanker drops in forest fuels treatments and untreated stands

https://library.fpinnovations.ca/en/permalink/fpipub9636
Author
Hsieh, Rex
Date
2014
Material Type
Presentation
Field
Fibre Supply
Rex Hsieh Canopy penetration of airtanker drops in forest fuels treatments and untreated stands
Author
Hsieh, Rex
Date
2014
Material Type
Presentation
Physical Description
11 p.
Sector
Forest Operations
Field
Fibre Supply
Research Area
Wildfire Operations
Subject
Stands
Fuel management
FireSmart
Aerial
Drop testing
Community protection
Fuels
Treatments
Alberta
Fire protection
Wildfires
Fuel treatment
Series Number
Wildfire 9636 2014
Location
Hinton, Alberta
Language
English
Abstract
One of the many benefits of forest fuel treatments is thought to include the increased effectiveness of airtanker drops. This project will measure the difference in canopy penetration between drops in standing timber and drops in stands with fuel treatments.
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Combined enzymatic hydrolysis and fermentation of lignocellulosic residues : interim report 1985-86

https://library.fpinnovations.ca/en/permalink/fpipub2135
Author
Mes-Hartree, M.
Yu, E.K.C.
Date
April 1986
Edition
38672
Material Type
Research report
Field
Bioproducts
PDF
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project : £647,656 a trrrTT ’T ' O. To determine the feasibility of commercial production of liquid fuels
Author
Mes-Hartree, M.
Yu, E.K.C.
Contributor
Canada. Department of Energy, Mines and Resources
Date
April 1986
Edition
38672
Material Type
Research report
Physical Description
1 v.
Sector
Wood Products
Field
Bioproducts
Research Area
Biomass Conversion
Subject
Hydrolysis
Fermentation
Enzymes
Ethanol
Butanol
Aspenwood
Butanediol
Analysis
Alternate fuels
Series Number
DSS contract file no. O2SC.23216-4-6391
Location
Ottawa, Ontario
Language
English
Abstract
To determine the feasibility of commercial production of liquid fuels from lignocellulosic residues using an integrated combined hydrolysis and fermentation approach.
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Comparing the canopy penetration of airtanker drops between forest fuel treatments and untreated stands, project plan

https://library.fpinnovations.ca/en/permalink/fpipub9637
Author
Ault, Ray
Date
April 2014
Material Type
Research Report
Field
Fibre Supply
of airtanker drops. Wildfire managers believe that airtanker drops produce the best results when surface fuels
Author
Ault, Ray
Date
April 2014
Material Type
Research Report
Physical Description
4 p.
Sector
Forest Operations
Field
Fibre Supply
Research Area
Wildfire Operations
Subject
Stands
Fuel management
FireSmart
Aerial
Drop testing
Community protection
Fuels
Treatments
Alberta
Fire protection
Wildfires
Fuel treatment
Series Number
Wildfire 9637 2014
Location
Hinton, Alberta
Language
English
Abstract
One of the many benefits of forest fuel treatments is thought to include the increased effectiveness of airtanker drops. This project will measure the difference in canopy penetration between drops in standing timber and drops in stands with fuel treatments.
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Comparing the canopy penetration of airtanker drops in fuel treatment|Canopy penetration of airtanker drops

https://library.fpinnovations.ca/en/permalink/fpipub9657
Date
April 2017
Material Type
Audiovisual
Field
Fibre Supply
Date
April 2017
Material Type
Audiovisual
Physical Description
Video ; 00:01:02 min
Sector
Forest Operations
Field
Fibre Supply
Research Area
Wildfire Operations
Subject
Stands
Fuel management
FireSmart
Aerial
Drop testing
Community protection
Fuels
Treatments
Alberta
Fire protection
Wildfires
Fuel treatment
Series Number
Wildfire 9657 2017
Location
Hinton, Alberta
Language
English
Abstract
here are difference between the treated and untreated area. The air tanker drop couldn't fully cover at the base of the trees. For more detail and the report, please see the project page: https://wildfire.fpinnovations.ca/Research/ProjectPage.aspx?ProjectNo=161
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X1Q6K_Du6cw
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Comparing the seasonal changes in live fuel flammability of larix spp and black spruce

https://library.fpinnovations.ca/en/permalink/fpipub9589
Author
Gardeski, Chad
Date
November 2018
Material Type
Presentation
Field
Fibre Supply
Author
Gardeski, Chad
Date
November 2018
Material Type
Presentation
Physical Description
6 p.
Sector
Forest Operations
Field
Fibre Supply
Research Area
Wildfire Operations
Subject
Fire
Flammability
Fuel management
FireSmart
Community protection
AESRD support
Pelican Mountain
Black spruce
Forest fires
Fuels
Tamarack
Oxygen
FPI TR
Wildfires
Alberta
Fire protection
Fuel treatment
Series
FireSmart Vegetation Management Decision Support Research
Series Number
Wildfire 9589 2018
Location
Hinton, Alberta
Language
English
Abstract
Stand conversion is a recognized wildland fire hazard reduction treatment. In Alberta, stand conversion from white spruce to aspen is fairly well understood in terms of fire behavior and silviculture. However, potential for converting Black Spruce to less flammable species has not been explored. If Larix spp. is less flammable than black spruce, the conversion of black spruce stands to Larix spp. within and adjacent to communities has the potential to reduce the wildfire threat to these communities and other high value infrastructure. Being able to identify differences in flammability of these species could also lead to more accurate fire behaviour predication and significant operational cost savings. The potential outcomes of the project are science to inform fuel and fire behaviour modelling, community and infrastructure protection strategies and decision making as well as research report and knowledge exchange opportunities. This project is a part of the FireSmart Vegetation Management Decision Support Research initiative.
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Dawson Creek timber supply area biomass availability estimation

https://library.fpinnovations.ca/en/permalink/fpipub8270
Author
Blackburn, Kevin
Date
January 2020
Material Type
Research report
Field
Bioproducts
Author
Blackburn, Kevin
Date
January 2020
Material Type
Research report
Physical Description
20 p.
Sector
Wood Products
Field
Bioproducts
Research Area
Biomass Conversion
Subject
Utilization
Residue
Costs
Biomass
Timber Supply Area (TSA)
Fuels
Logs
British Columbia
Series Number
Technical Report TR 2020 N.60
Location
Dawson Creek, British Columbia
Language
English
Abstract
The biomass yield per hectare predicted for the Dawson Creek TSA is 32.3 oven-dried tonnes per hectare (odt/ha) from harvest residues. The biomass ratio, which is the ratio of recovered biomass to recovered merchantable roundwood, is estimated at 19.2%. Over the next 10 years at total of 1.59 million odt of available biomass are predicted to be generated by harvest in the Dawson Creek TSA, or approximately 160,000 odt/yr. Of this, approximately 1,242,000 odt in total, or 124,000 odt/yr, is expected to be available at the economic price of $60 per oven-dried tonne. Approximately 98% of the total predicted volume is expected to be available at $90/odt: a total of 1.56 million odt, or 156,000 odt/yr.
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Fort St.John timber supply area biomass availability estimation

https://library.fpinnovations.ca/en/permalink/fpipub8271
Author
Blackburn, Kevin
Date
January 2020
Material Type
Research report
Field
Bioproducts
Author
Blackburn, Kevin
Date
January 2020
Material Type
Research report
Physical Description
26 p.
Sector
Wood Products
Field
Bioproducts
Research Area
Biomass Conversion
Subject
Utilization
Residue
Costs
Biomass
Timber Supply Area (TSA)
Fuels
Logs
British Columbia
Series Number
Technical Report TR 2020 N.61
Location
Dawson Creek, British Columbia
Language
English
Abstract
The average harvest residue biomass yield per hectare predicted for the Fort St. John TSA is 31.5 oven-dried tonnes per hectare (odt/ha). Over the next 10 years, a total of 2.99 million odt of available biomass are predicted to be generated by harvest in the Fort St. John TSA, or approximately 300,000 odt/yr. Of this, approximately 269,000 odt in total, or 27,000 odt/yr, is expected to be economically available at a price of $60 per oven-dried tonne. Approximately 75% of the total predicted volume is expected to be available at $90/odt, representing a total of 2.25 million odt, or 225,000 odt/yr.
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