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ID: MA2B910018
Start date: 1991-09-01, End date: 1994-02-28
The main objective of the project is to use available European wood resources for manufacutre of high yield pulps usable in papers with improved brightness stability compared to pulps available today. A secondary objective is to broaden basic knowledge on the yellowing of pap...
Programme: FP2-FOREST
Record Number: 4565
Last updated on: 1998-10-23
ID: MA2B910033
Start date: 1991-11-01, End date: 1994-07-31
The project has the following goals: The mechanical and physical properties of densified veneer wood (dvw) made of poplar and maritime pine will be investigated and compared with softwood. The ability of the dvw to withstand concentrated loads will be investigated as to sat...
Programme: FP2-FOREST
Record Number: 4543
Last updated on: 1998-10-23
ID: MA2B910022
Start date: 1991-08-01, End date: 1994-01-31
Oaks represent the most important forest resource in Europe. Despite their economic and ecological importance, they have received little attention concerning their genetic improvement. There is a general consensus that no genetic breeding programme can be conducted for long li...
Programme: FP2-FOREST
Record Number: 4560
Last updated on: 1998-10-23
ID: MA2B910012
Start date: 1991-03-01, End date: 1993-09-30
Because of its fast growth and easy vegetative propagation, poplar is a perfect candidate, in temperate climates, for timber and biomass production. It also offers a solution for the valorisation of some lands abandoned by agriculture. Sylvicultural practices (including short ...
Programme: FP2-FOREST
Record Number: 4567
Last updated on: 1998-10-23
ID: MA2B910026
Start date: 1991-03-01, End date: 1994-02-28
Damage due to Armillaria root rot is serious in all EEC countries, particularly in plantation monocultures of conifers, fruit trees, ligneous ornamental and floral cultures. It is also found in more natural ecosystems, even deciduous forest, especially if trees have been stres...
Programme: FP2-FOREST
Record Number: 4556
Last updated on: 1998-10-23
ID: MA2B910032
Start date: 1991-06-01, End date: 1993-11-30
With regard to the evolution of cable harvesting systems, this project aims to adopt cable harvest systems specific to mountainous forests, combining the sylvicultural needs with the environmental constraints.
Programme: FP2-FOREST
Record Number: 4545
Last updated on: 1998-10-23
ID: MA2B910030
Start date: 1991-11-01, End date: 1994-04-30
The project is expected to provide an understanding of how to breed eucalyptus for high yields and cold tolerance as well as identifying a selection of genotypes which endure cold habitats and are of good quality for pulp production.
Programme: FP2-FOREST
Record Number: 4549
Last updated on: 1998-10-23
ID: MA2B910027
Start date: 1991-08-01, End date: 1994-01-31
The project covers all the aspects of the chestnut wood chain, starting with improvements of sylvicultural treatments of chestnut stands, increasing knowledge of wood quality and finally improving the range of uses for chestnut wood through more efficient processing techniques...
Programme: FP2-FOREST
Record Number: 4555
Last updated on: 1998-10-23
ID: MA2B910021
Start date: 1991-06-01, End date: 1993-11-30
The objective is to investigate and develop new techniques for the selective separation and removal of stickies based on surface characteristics and rheological properties.
Programme: FP2-FOREST
Record Number: 4566
Last updated on: 1998-10-10
ID: MA2B910017
Start date: 1991-05-01, End date: 1994-04-30
The objective is to improve raw material retention on the papermachine wire. This will be achieved by extending automatic process control to this part of the papermachine, using a mathematical model of the wet end system which will be developed within the project.
Programme: FP2-FOREST
Record Number: 4564
Last updated on: 1998-10-10
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