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    • An event-oriented hourly precipitation model 

      Kline, Karen Showalter, (Texas A&M UniversityTexas A&M University, 1988)
      A simulation model of hourly rainfall amounts was developed to provide hourly precipitation input to a water balance model. The hourly rainfall model consists of four parts: (1) daily rainfall occurrence, (2) event rainfall ...
    • An integrated farm machinery selection and management system for personal computers 

      Kotzabassis, Constantinos (Texas A&M UniversityTexas A&M UniversityTexas A&M University, 1991)
      An integrated expert system for farm machinery management, titled Farm-machinery Analysis, Research and Management (FARM), was developed I at the Agricultural Engineering Department of Texas A&M University for use on ...
    • Kinetics of mixed culture fermentation of multiple substrates 

      Kwon, Yun Joong, (Texas A&M University, 1988)
      Biomass hydrolyzates contain a mixture of hexoses, pentoses and disaccha- rides, the major components being glucose, xylose and cellobiose. These substrates generally are not all utilized with equal efficiency during ...
    • Performance characteristics of a low pressure cyclone for axial-flow fan exhausts 

      Simpson, Shay Lynn (Texas A&M University, 1996)
      The implementation of the Federal Clean Air Act Amendments will force cotton gins to reduce particulate matter emissions. The first-stage lint cleaner is the emitting point of a gin with the highest emission rate of fine ...