Agricultural engineering formula
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This book is a compilation of the various formula that are commonly used in agricultural engineering curriculum. Students who are taking the course as well as those who are preparing for the Professional Agricultural Engineer Board Examination may find this book useful. Practicing Agricultural Engineers and those other Engineers working in the field of agriculture will find this book as a handy reference material for design, estimate, testing, and evaluation activities. The presentation of the formula in this book covers the different subject matter as follows: agricultural power and energy, agricultural machinery and equipment, agricultural processing and food engineering, farm electrification and instrumentation, agricultural buildings and infrastructures, agricultural waste utilization and environmental pollution, and soil and water engineering. The subject areas are arranged in alphabetical manner for ease of finding the formula needed. The parameters and units for each formula are specified in the book and can be converted to either English, Metric, or SI system using the conversion constants given at the end of the book.
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Belonio, A. T. (2006). Agricultural engineering formula. Iloilo City: Central Philippine University.
ix, 185 pages
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