A relative measure is the proportion of harvest level for a species or species group divided by the proportion of the species or species group in the forest inventory (relative utilization coefficient [RUC]; Luppold et al.
Proportion of inventory, proportion of harvest, and relative utilization coefficient for major hardwood species groups by region.
Two indices were added in FDS to characterize the thermal comfort by an air diffusion performance index (ADPI), and the energy utilization by an energy utilization coefficient
So [alpha] = [lambda]/1 - r and the server utilization coefficient
is [rho] = [alpha] x [T.
One of these is weight utilization coefficient [[phi].
The weight utilization coefficient as a comparative indicator to evaluate the slippage of the tractor is widely used in various origins of literature.
The purpose of work is to investigate the dependencies of the slippage of driving wheels and the weight utilization coefficient of a tractor and trailer on acceleration and constant speed regimes.
While sawtimber inventory may have influenced the prices of delivered logs in the central region, the relatively low initial relative utilization coefficient
in this region did not inhibit increased lumber production.
The sums of the capacity utilization coefficients
suggest that the conclusions about the relationship remain essentially unchanged.
On the other hand, because each individual is represented by a single observation, individual-specific heterogeneity also leads to less precise month-to-death utilization coefficients
compared with the cohort findings just described.
When current utilization practices throughout the full wood products use cycle are considered, the total estimated climate benefits per unit of harvest volume are two times larger than estimates based on historical wood utilization coefficients.
Table 4 compares the estimated allocation of woody biomass at three steps for older and more recent forest product utilization coefficients.