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Understanding wood modification through an integrated scientific and environmental impact approach

Raziskovalci (5)
št. Evidenčna št. Ime in priimek Razisk. področje Vloga Obdobje Štev. publikacijŠtev. publikacij
1.  36182  dr. Michael David Burnard  Gozdarstvo,  lesarstvo in papirništvo  Raziskovalec  2015 - 2019  154 
2.  19106  dr. Miha Humar  Gozdarstvo,  lesarstvo in papirništvo  Raziskovalec  2015 - 2019  1.304 
3.  20385  dr. Manja Kitek Kuzman  Arhitektura in oblikovanje  Raziskovalec  2015 - 2019  501 
4.  31274  dr. Andreja Kutnar  Gozdarstvo,  lesarstvo in papirništvo  Vodja  2015 - 2019  396 
5.  50461  dr. Jakub Michal Sandak  Gozdarstvo,  lesarstvo in papirništvo  Raziskovalec  2015 - 2019  255 
Organizacije (3)
št. Evidenčna št. Razisk. organizacija Kraj Matična številka Štev. publikacijŠtev. publikacij
1.  0481  Univerza v Ljubljani, Biotehniška fakulteta  Ljubljana  1626914  66.550 
2.  1669  Univerza na Primorskem, Inštitut Andrej Marušič  Koper  1810014007  10.697 
3.  3770  InnoRenew CoE Center odličnosti za raziskave in inovacije na področju obnovljivih materialov in zdravega bivanjskega okolja  Izola  7233817000  2.741 
The forest-based sector can become a leader in achieving the European Commission’s ambitious target of reducing CO2 emissions with innovative production technologies, reduced energy consumption, increased wood products recycling, and reuse. Apart from these undoubted environmental benefits, the use of forest products in long life products, such as built environment applications, allows for the possibility of extended storage of atmospheric carbon dioxide. Wood modification (chemical, thermal, impregnation) is an assortment of the innovative processes currently being adopted. Though many aspects of these treatments are known, the fundamental influence of the process on product performance, the environment, and end of life scenarios remain unknown. It is essential to integrate interactive assessment of process parameters, developed product properties, and environmental impacts. To optimize modification processing to minimize environmental impacts, much more information must be gathered about all process related factors affecting the environment (VOC, energy use, end of life use, etc.). This Action will investigate modification processing and products design with emphasis on their environmental impacts. This will require analysis of the whole value chain, from forest through processing, installation, in-service, end of life, second/third life (cascading) and ultimately incineration with energy recovery.
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