BioResource and Agricultural Engineering faculty specialize in a variety of engineering areas including but not limited to: power and machinery, information and electrical technologies, water and environmental quality, and food processing standards and safety.

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Submissions from 2020

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Volumetric Flow Measurement for Irrigation District Turnouts, Charles M. Burt, Daniel J. Howes, and Stuart Styles

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Overview and Uncertainty Analysis for an Irrigation Flow Measurement Facility, Kyle Feist, Zachary Markow, and Stuart Styles

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Testing of a 10 to 48-inch Insertion Magnetic Flow Meter, Stuart Styles, Jack Evans, Sierra Layous, and Chad Tenbrink

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Testing of Two 30-inch Magnetic Flow Meters, Stuart Styles, Jack Evans, Sierra Layous, and Chad Tenbrink

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Magnetic Flow Meter Testing, Stuart Styles, Sierra Layous, and Jack Evans

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Magnetic Flow Meter Testing and the Effect of Upstream Chemical Injection on Meter Performance, Stuart Styles, Sierra Layous, and Jack Evans

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Testing of Two 10-inch Insertion Magnetic Flow Meters, Stuart Styles, Sierra Layous, and Jack Evans

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Testing of Two 10-inch Insertion Propeller Flow Meters, Stuart Styles, Sierra Layous, and Jack Evans

Submissions from 2018

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Case Study: Flow Measurement and Control in Walker River Irrigation District, Sierra Layous, Stuart Styles, and Robert Bryan

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A Review of Subsidence Measurements near Mendota, California, Tom Mastin, Stuart Styles, and Kyle Feist

Submissions from 2017

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Influence of supply-channel velocity on farm delivery meter gate flow measurement, Daniel J. Howes, Charles M. Burt, and John M. Thorburn

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Case Study: Modernization of the Walker River Irrigation District, Stuart Styles, Robert C. Bryan, and Sierra Layous

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Improving Flow Measurement Accuracy Using a Portable Irrigation Turnout Calibration Unit, Stuart Styles, Kyle Feist, and Charles M. Burt