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Modelling and optimisation of biomass supply chains: a review

Abstract : A growing number of researchers are attracted by the domain of bioenergies, due to the problems induced by greenhouse gas emissions and increasing energy demand. One possible way of producing biofuels in a renewable way is to use biomass, however the economic viability of a biorefinery system depends critically on the cost of its supplies. As biomass is not very expensive, logistics is responsible of an important fraction of this cost. Models and methods to optimise biomass supply chains are surveyed in this article, after introducing some technical terms and describing the main activities in these chains. This review aims to give a comprehensive overview of the research in this field with a focus on optimisation modelling issues and solution approaches. Recent advances in the current research and possible new directions are sketched.
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Nasim Zandi Atashbar, Nacima Labadie, Christian Prins. Modelling and optimisation of biomass supply chains: a review. International Journal of Production Research, Taylor & Francis, 2017, 56 (10), pp.3482-3506. ⟨10.1080/00207543.2017.1343506⟩. ⟨hal-02498176⟩



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