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Modelling biomass and bioenergy - Papers based on the Proceedings of an IEA Bioenergy Agreement Workshop on Modelling Tools for Biomass and Bioenergy held in Knoxville, TN, USA 8-10 April, 1997
Overend R.P.R.P.; Mitchell C.P.C.P.
Development of decision support systems for bioenergy applications
Planning models for bioenergy: Some general observations and comments
Method to estimate bioenergy crop feedstock supply curves
Biomass and bioenergy applications of the POLYSYS modeling framework1
De La Torre Ugarte D.G.; Ray D.E.
A Geographic Information System-based modeling system for evaluating the cost of delivered energy crop feedstock
Graham R.L.R.L.; English B.C.B.C.; Noon C.E.C.E.
The limits of modelling. Experiences with bioenergy in practice - could models have predicted this outcome?
Roos A.; Rakos C.
Ecological assessment of integrated bioenergy systems using the Sustainable Process Index
Krotscheck C.; Konig F.; Obernberger I.
Effects of alternative road pricing systems on network performance
May A.D.; Milne D.S.
Delay-based passenger car equivalents for trucks at signalized intersections
Benekohal R.F.; Zhao W.
The implications of differential network flexibility for spatial structures
Feitelson E.; Salomon I.
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