Green, Yellow, and Woody Biomass Supply-Chain Management: A Review

Rodias, Efthymios, Berruto, Remigio, Bochtis, Dionysis, Sopegno, Alessandro and Busato, Patrizia (2019) Green, Yellow, and Woody Biomass Supply-Chain Management: A Review. Energies, 12 (15). p. 3020. ISSN UNSPECIFIED

Full content URL: http://doi.org/10.3390/en12153020

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Various sources of biomass contribute significantly in energy production globally given a series of constraints in its primary production. Green biomass sources (such as perennial grasses), yellow biomass sources (such as crop residues), and woody biomass sources (such as willow) represent the three pillars in biomass production by crops. In this paper, we conducted a comprehensive review on research studies targeted to advancements at biomass supply-chain management in connection to these three types of biomass sources. A framework that classifies the works in problem-based and methodology-based approaches was followed. Results show the use of modern technological means and tools in current management-related problems. From the review, it is evident that the presented up-to-date trends on biomass supply-chain management and the potential for future advanced approach applications play a crucial role on business and sustainability efficiency of biomass supply chain

Keywords:supply-chain design, crop residue, energy crop production
Subjects:G Mathematical and Computer Sciences > G200 Operational Research
H Engineering > H221 Energy Resources
Divisions:College of Science > National Centre for Food Manufacturing > Lincoln Institute for Agri-Food Technology
ID Code:39230
Deposited On:23 Dec 2019 09:58

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