log volume

log volume

[′läg ¦väl·yəm]
(forestry)
The cubic volume of a log computed inside the bark as determined by any of several formulas; parameters are the cross-sectional areas of log midpoint, large end and small end of log, and log length.
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Given the measurement accuracy of laser profiling systems and computing speed, it is relatively easy to determine log volume and recovery both quickly and with heretofore unknown accuracy.
Ground skidding is the dominant method of harvesting and accounts for approximately 60% of the log volume in this forest.
Tree stem and log volume estimations are some of the main goals in forest measurements.
Farmers involved with the sustainable teak program, however, are taught how to measure log volume, and so are able to sell their logs directly to processors on a volume basis.
A higher-end bundle absorbs up to 50 GB of daily log volume with storage of greater than 13 months managing 23.
In most years, the log volume shipped across the Pacific exceeded three billion board-feet.
A lumber recovery factor (LRF) was calculated for each log by dividing its board foot yield by the gross cubic foot log volume.
Over the past five years there has been close to a doubling of the log volume being unloaded at Chinese ports with a majority originating from three countries; New Zealand, Russia and the US.
Need for an Enterprise licensing model where licensing is given on total log volume regardless of the number of installations.
Latch (ms) Number of IP-SAN Connections Intelligent Switch 100 51 200 55 300 69 400 81 500 103 Table 1 Maximum recommended Volume 500 users 1000 users 1500 users 2000 users by Microsoft Database 15 ms 17 ms 18 ms 20 ms 40 ms Volume Read Database 7 ms 8 ms 9 ms 11 ms 40 ms Volume Write Log Volume 0 ms 0 ms 0 ms 1 ms 20 ms Read Log Volume 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 4 ms 20 ms Write Table 2