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  • Plant Infection and Disease Management

    Plant diseases caused by fungal, bacterial and viral pathogens constitute a major challenge for crop production, destroying crops, reducing yields and sometimes poisoning the products. Disease problems are encountered everywhere, from large-scale farms in temperate regions to smallholder farms in tropical regions.

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  • Aeration of large-scale municipal wastewater treatment plants: state of

    Aeration is the most energy-intensive operation in wastewater treatment, amounting to 45-75% of plant energy costs. Fine-pore diffusers are today almost ubiquitous in municipal wastewater aeration, due to their advantageous aeration efficiency (mass of oxygen transferred per unit energy required).

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  • Frontiers | Scaling and Complexity in Landscape Ecology | Ecology and

    Quantitative scaling relationships are the key to moving forward, and we review recent progress and paths to developing scaling laws in landscape ecology. We incorporate concepts of compression of state spaces from complexity theory to suggest ways to overcome the problems presented by coarse-graining, the middle-number domain, and non

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  • Introductory course to solar PV and PV power plants

    The second part of the course focuses on the PV project life cycle and the trainees are taken through the development phases of a large scale PV power plant. In this ''DSO/TSO edition'' we emphasize on the role of the DSO/TSO and discuss the challenges and solutions that solar power plants bring to them.

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  • A coarse-grained multiscale model to simulate morphological changes of

    As a solution for this, by incorporating meshfree features, a novel coarse-grained multiscale numerical model is proposed in this work to predict bulk level (macroscale) deformations of food-plant tissues during drying.

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  • Conceptual design and cost analysis of a large‐scale plant for

    Coarse aggregates can be reduced to fine aggregates to replace sand. In this case, the amount of RM in the paving blocks could be increased to 70‒80 wt.%. 3 RESULTS AND DISCUSSION 3.1 Economy regarding processing. No plant is currently available for producing such products from RM.

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  • Ecosystem functions in fine- versus coarse-scale plant species mixtures

    Download Table | Ecosystem functions in fine- versus coarse-scale plant species mixtures. from publication: Coarse- and fine-scale plant species mixtures to optimize green roof ecosystem

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  • Greenery Unlimited | How to Treat Scale on Indoor Houseplants

    Despite your best intentions, sometimes nature will take its course and you’ll find yourself treating your plant for scale. These tiny insects can appear as benign brown growths on your plants, but on the underside of their shells, they’ve firmly adhered themselves to your plant and are sucking away at its sap. Photo credit: Lauren Sottile IDENTIFICATION Scale varies in color, shape, and

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  • DAIRY PLANT DESIGN AND LAYOUT

    Also flexibility of the plant design and layout has to be considered. 4. Milk is a food item, which has to be consumed, especially by children and old people. Hence, PLANT HYGIENE is the important factor in plant layout and design. 5. Effluent disposal of dairy plant is essential as the volume and BOD value of the dairy effluent is high.

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  • Lab-grown meat is supposed to be inevitable. The science tells a

    Lab-grown meat is supposed to be inevitable. The science tells a different story. Splashy headlines have long overshadowed inconvenient truths about biology and economics. Now, extensive new research suggests the industry may be on a billion-dollar crash course with reality. Paul Wood didn’t buy it.

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