Šušnjar Marijan, PhD. Assoc. Prof.

Axle Load Determination of Truck with Trailer and Truck with Semitrailer for Wood Transportation

volume: 32, issue: 1

Environmental Viability of Two Methods of Mechanized Forest Residues Management

volume: 32, issue: 1

Forces Affecting Timber Skidding (p.127-139)

volume: 30, issue: 2

Growth of Pedunculate Oak Seedlings under Soil Contamination by Mineral and Biodegradable Oils (p.155-162)

volume: 29, issue: 2

Morphological Analysis of Forest Tractor Assemblies (p.41-51)

volume: 29, issue: 1

Morphological characteristics and productivity of skidder ECOTRAC 120V

volume: 28, issue: 1

Soil compaction in timber skidding in winter conditions

volume: 27, issue: 1

Research of fir-wood dust concentration in the working environment of cutters

volume: 26, issue: 2

Resistance coefficients on ground-based winching of timber

volume: 26, issue: 1

Recent Challenges of Forest Engineering Academic Education

volume: 34, issue: 1

Possibility of Determination of Daily Exposure to Vibration of Skidder Drivers Using Fleet Manager System

volume: 34, issue: 2

LCA Studies in Forestry – Stagnation or Progress?

volume: 38, issue: 2

Battery Technology – Use in Forestry

volume: 42, issue:

Technical development and system optimization during the last decades have targeted more efficient, socially acceptable and ecologically sustainable ways to use forestry machines and tools. This is supported by the development of electronics and electrical components, as well as battery technology, without which it is impossible to imagine doing some forestry work in forest areas with no permanent source of electricity. Today, we cannot imagine life without e.g. a cell phone, and also doing business in the forestry sector without a field computer. There are numerous examples in everyday life, but also in industry, where portable devices make life and business much easier, and the basis for the operation of these devices is battery technology. The importance of the development of battery technology is proven by the fact that in 2019 the Nobel Prize in Chemistry went into the hands of scientists who developed a lithium-ion battery - a lightweight, rechargeable and powerful battery that is used today in numerous products from mobile phones to laptops and electric vehicles. This paper will outline the historical development of battery technology and the use of battery powered devices, tools and machines with their advantages and disadvantages in forestry sector.


Web of Science Impact factor (2022): 3.200
Five-years impact factor: 3.000

Quartile: Q1 - Forestry

Subject area

Agricultural and Biological Sciences