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Study of production-cost of mule logging and products amount of traditional processing method: case study in northern forests of Iran, Nowshahr

By M R Ghaffariyan, H Sobhani and M R M Mohadjer

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Animal logging is one of the traditional logging systems, some researches on production-cost of Animal Logging have been carried out in the USA, Chile, China and India. After determining the work elements, continuous time study method was used to develop wood hauling models for billet, pulpwoods and billet hauling with special equipment. Production in billet hauling was 2.135 m3 /h, billets hauling with special equipment 3.275 and pulpwood hauling 1.246 m3 /h, costs according to contract were; 1.67 dollar/ m3 , 1.09 dollar/ m3 and 3.58 dollar/ m3. According to cutting permits 88.37% of industrial wood production was traditional processing products and 11.63% of industrial wood production was industrial logs

Topics: FoR 0705 (Forestry Sciences), forest harvesting, animal logging, production, cost, wood hauling model, hauling time, hauling distance, load volume
Publisher: Council on Forest Engineering
Year: 2006
OAI identifier: oai:research.usc.edu.au:usc:16748
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