Siegmar Schoenherr

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This case study examines the performance of the Igland Hauler employed in small diameter Eucalyptus clear-cut operations in Guangxi, China. A yarding crew of eight persons was monitored by a snap back elemental time study for 19.23 SMH (scheduled machine hours), with 159 yarding cycles and a yarded log volume at landing of 49.4 m³ solid over bark. A(More)
PURPOSE Although computer- and image-guided surgical procedures are an improvement of frame-guided stereotaxy, many navigation systems still require rigid fixation of the patient's head throughout the operation. This study describes the clinical application of a technical modification that enables cranial navigation with "free head mobility" using CT and MR(More)
This case study analyzed the performance of a start-up cable yarding crew in southern China through operational monitoring by consecutive time studies, long-term log book recordings and efficiency evaluation by stochastic frontier analysis (SFA). The crew, which used a KOLLER K303 H mobile tower yarder, was monitored for two years. During this period,(More)
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