investigations in intensification of grain

INVESTIGATIONS IN INTENSIFICATION OF GRAIN DRYING BY ...

INVESTIGATIONS IN INTENSIFICATION OF GRAIN DRYING BY ACTIVE VENTILATION APPLYING OZONE Adolfs Rucins 1, Dainis Viesturs 1, Alberts Kristins 2, Juris Bruveris 3 1Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies, Latvia; 2Institute of Solid State Physics,

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Investigations in intensification of grain drying by ...

The financial support of the Rural Support Service project No l8-00-A01620-000003 “Technology development of grain drying with active ventilation using ozone” is greatly acknowledged. The authors thank for the support and active cooperation the representatives of the farm “Mazkalniņi” Dr.scg. Aivars Cēsnieks and ing. Sandris Cēsnieks.

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Sustainable intensification for a larger global rice bowl ...

Dec 09, 2021  Rice grain yield was reported at a standard moisture content of 140 g H 2 O kg −1 grain, separately for each crop cycle, using data from, at least, three

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The system of crop intensification: reports from the field ...

Feb 25, 2014  The number of grains per panicle was 75 vs. 44, and grain weight (grams per 1000 grains) was 29% higher with SWI (Figure 6). Although farmers’ expenditures with SWI’s more intensive crop management were 58% higher per ha (Rs 5,010 vs. Rs 3,170), farmers’ net income was more than doubled, rising from Rs 4,830/ha to Rs 9,830/ha.

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Investigation on the formation of grain boundary ...

The Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD) investigations performed in this work indicated a correlation between serrated grain boundary segments, the {111}-directions of the crystal lattice and ...

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Grain size prediction and investigation of 7055 aluminum ...

Apr 25, 2020  Grain refinement tests were carried out on 7055 Al alloy with different level additions of Al–5Ti–1B master alloy using the Reynolds standard golf Tee mold test [45,46] as shown in Fig. 1.Refiners were added into melt at 730 °C with stirring by a graphite rod, then the melt was poured into a preheated golf Tee mold after 15 min holding at 730 °C.

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Investigation of Grain Radius Dependence of Sensitivity ...

Dec 23, 2019  In this paper, a new diffusion-reaction equation was formulated to research the influences of grain radius on the transients of gas transport and gas sensitivity for porous thin film medium semiconducting metal oxide gas sensor, based on the phenomenon that a target gas diffuses in the sensing film via Knudsen diffusion and reacts with adsorbed oxygen on the pore surfaces following

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Grain-Oriented Silicon Electrical Steel from Italy

In this investigation we have considered whether high-permeability and conventional grades of grain-oriented steel constitute one or two like products.14 In our final determination in the countervailing duty investigation involving grain-oriented steel from Italy, which was ' 59 Fed. Reg. 33952 (July 1, 1994).

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Investigation on evolution mechanisms of site-specific ...

Jul 01, 2018  The (α + β) titanium alloy Ti-6Al-4V is one of the most widely used Ti-alloys, and many researches have been conducted on AM with this alloy.(Al-Bermani et al., 2010) have studied the origin of microstructural diversity, texture and mechanical properties in electron beam melted Ti-6Al-4V.(Donoghue et al., 2016) have investigated the effect of combining rolling deformation on β-grain ...

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Closing the Gap: Sustainable Intensification Implications ...

Dec 01, 2021  Corn grown as second-crop (safrinha) immediately after soybeans contributes to Brazilrsquo;s recent sustainable intensification of efforts to land spare and reduce deforestation. Brazilrsquo;s Mato Grosso state is very important for corn production with a large number of available hybrids for producers with different characteristics. Evaluating as many hybrids as possible increases

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Investigations in intensification of grain drying by ...

The financial support of the Rural Support Service project No l8-00-A01620-000003 “Technology development of grain drying with active ventilation using ozone” is greatly acknowledged. The authors thank for the support and active cooperation the representatives of the farm “Mazkalniņi” Dr.scg. Aivars Cēsnieks and ing. Sandris Cēsnieks.

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Advancing Sustainable Intensification of Corn-Based ...

Project Methods The objective #39;evaluation of site-specific factors for use in statistical models to predict when grain yield of second-year corn following alfalfa will respond to fertilizer nitrogen (N) and the economically optimal N rate (EONR) for responsive sites#39; will be met through compilation of literature and unpublished data. Entries will be restricted to studies with ge;1 N ...

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Investigation of grain size and shape effects on crystal ...

Dislocation Dynamics (DD) simulations are used to investigate the Hall-Petch (HP) effect and back stresses induced by grain boundaries (GB) in polycrystalline materials.The HP effect is successfully reproduced with DD simulations in simple periodic polycrystalline aggregates composed of 1 or 4 grains. In addition, the influence of grain shape was explored by simulating grains with different ...

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Investigation of Grain Elevator Explosions

The investigation of grain elevator explosions to de- termine all facts relating to an explosion can be a compli- cated task. Most explosions actually consist of a number of explosions--a primary explosion followed by one or more secondary explosions, depending on the

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SRI-A Method for Sustainable Intensification of Rice ...

is very meager. Hence, present investigations were carried out to assess SRI-as sustainable intensification of rice production system for enhancing the water productivity. *Corresponding author: Mahender Kumar R, Directorate of Rice Research, Hyderabad, India, E-mail: [email protected] Received. February . 16, 2013; Accepted

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The ethics of sustainable agricultural intensification

Agriculture will need to be further intensified in order to meet a growing world population’s demands for food and agricultural products. Yet intensification in itself, if not properly managed, carries the risk of degrading natural resources and leading to decreased food security. It can also have important socioeconomic consequences, particularly in relation to rural livelihoods.

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Investigation on size effect of grain wear behavior during ...

Jan 12, 2017  The variations of grain wear behavior, grinding forces, and radial wear of single grain were investigated under the conditions of UCT range from 0.2 to 1 μm. The results show that size effect could change the grain wear behavior in grinding. In the beginning of wear, the crescent depression is observed on the rake face at each value of UCT.

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Ecological Intensification for Agriculture LandInstitute

Ecological intensification aims to harness ecological processes in order to keep pests in check, maintain fertility and prevent loss of soil, nutrients, and organic matter. Our researchers believe that perennial polycultures offer previously unattainable levels of ecological intensification in agriculture.

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Investigation of the Thermal Field on Solid Propellant ...

Nov 23, 2021  The existence and the propagation of cracks will affect the combustion efficiency of solid propellant, and the thermal field of grain with cracks needs to be simulated. In this paper, we applied one of the Particle Methods, Moving Particle Semi-implicit Method, to the investigation of the thermal field on solid propellant grain with cracks.

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Maize–grain legume intercropping is an attractive option ...

Sep 20, 2012  Many farmers in central Mozambique intercrop maize with grain legumes as a means to improve food security and income. The objective of this study was to understand the farming system, and to evaluate the suitability of maize–legume intercropping to alleviate the biophysical and socio-economic constraints faced by smallholder farmers in Ruaca and Vunduzi villages, central Mozambique.

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Sustainable Intensification of Dual-Purpose Cowpea ...

Forage availability for livestock is a major limitation for agro-pastoral systems in semiarid regions in sub-Saharan Africa. Substantial research has been conducted to develop dual-purpose (i.e. grain and fodder), nutrient dense, cowpea cultivars (e.g., Lizard, Leona, Kelle, and Sam) for the peanut ...

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EPR investigation of UV light effect on calcium carbonate ...

Jun 05, 2014  Abstract. This study is based on investigation of calcium carbonate powders with different grain sizes exposed to UV light. Calcium carbonate is widely used in many branches of industry, e.g. as a filler for polymer materials; therefore, knowing its properties, among them also its reaction to UV light, is essential.

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Indo-Pacific Walker circulation drove Pleistocene African ...

Oct 27, 2021  A record of flow-speed variations from an ocean core shows that a key component of Indian Ocean circulation rapidly accelerated 2.1 million years ago, coincident with intensification of

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Closing the Gap: Sustainable Intensification Implications ...

Corn grown as second-crop (safrinha) immediately after soybeans contributes to Brazilrsquo;s recent sustainable intensification of efforts to land spare and reduce deforestation. Brazilrsquo;s Mato Grosso state is very important for corn production with a large number of available hybrids for producers with different characteristics. Evaluating as many hybrids as possible increases the ...

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Agricultural intensification and changes in cultivated ...

Dec 08, 2009  Agricultural intensification was not generally accompanied by decline or stasis in cropland area at a national scale during this time period, except in countries with grain imports and conservation set-aside programs. Future projections of cropland abandonment and ensuing environmental services cannot be assumed without explicit policy ...

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Advancing Sustainable Intensification of Corn-Based ...

Project Methods The objective #39;evaluation of site-specific factors for use in statistical models to predict when grain yield of second-year corn following alfalfa will respond to fertilizer nitrogen (N) and the economically optimal N rate (EONR) for responsive sites#39; will be met through compilation of literature and unpublished data. Entries will be restricted to studies with ge;1 N ...

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What is sustainable intensification? - CIMMYT

Oct 14, 2020  Sustainable intensification is an approach using innovations to increase productivity on existing agricultural land with positive environmental and social impacts. Both words, “sustainable” and “intensification,” carry equal weight. CIMMYT conducts research on sustainable intensification to identify ways farmers can increase production ...

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From the Cover: Agricultural intensification and changes ...

Dec 08, 2009  Agricultural intensification was not generally accompanied by decline or stasis in cropland area at a national scale during this time period, except in countries with grain imports and conservation set-aside programs. Future projections of cropland abandonment and ensuing environmental services cannot be assumed without explicit policy ...

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Progress in the Investigations of Grain Boundary ...

Mar 08, 2016  ABSTRACT Internal friction (or damping) is a measure of energy dissipation during mechanical vibration. The internal friction peak induced by grain boundary (GB) relaxation was discovered by Kê in polycrystals in 1947. The GB internal friction and related anelastic effects have been successfully interpreted by Zener's anelastic theory and viscous sliding model.

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The effect of electric field intensification at ...

Sep 02, 2016  Booske et al. illustrated the E-field intensification at the boundary of two microwave sintered ceramic grains using a geometry and corresponding equations 32.

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Investigation of grain-boundary structure-segregation ...

Investigation of grain-boundary structure-segregation relationship in an N18 nickel-based superalloy. D. Lemarchand Groupe de Physique des Matériaux (Unité Mixte de Recherche associée au CNRS 6634), Université de Rouen , 76821, Mont Saint Aignan Cedex, ...

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Investigation of the Thermal Field on Solid Propellant ...

Nov 23, 2021  The existence and the propagation of cracks will affect the combustion efficiency of solid propellant, and the thermal field of grain with cracks needs to be simulated. In this paper, we applied one of the Particle Methods, Moving Particle Semi-implicit Method, to the investigation of the thermal field on solid propellant grain with cracks.

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Irradiation deformation near different atomic grain ...

Mar 23, 2016  Arjhangmehr, A., Feghhi, S. Irradiation deformation near different atomic grain boundaries in α-Zr: An investigation of thermodynamics

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Steam Sterilization Principles Common Mistakes Using ...

A steam sterilizer dries the load after sterilization by drawing a deep vacuum in the chamber (post- conditioning phase). A vacuum level of 1.0 to 2.0 psia (6.9 to 13.8 kPa) is recommended for efficient drying. At 1.0 psia (6.9 kPa) chamber pressure, water boils at 38.7°C (101.7°F).

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Boro Rice: An Opportunityfor Intensification

for Intensification B “Boro” is a Bengali language word derived from a Sanskrit word “BOROB”. This means a special type of rice cultivation on residual or stored water in low-lying areas after the harvest of kharif rice. Boro rice in India 1991 1.35 million ha 1995 1.60 million ha 2000 2.95 million ha Productivtiy of Boro Rice State ...

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STUDY ON SYSTEM OF RICE INTENSIFICATION IN

grain exporting country, Nepal imported 47323 mt milled rice from India in fiscal year 2008/09 (MoAC, 2010). Food grain production of the country compared to the total edible food requirement lagged behind by about 0.33 million tons for the fiscal year 2009/2010 (MoAC, 2010). Slow agricultural development, land shortage and population growth have

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IMPORTANCE OF FORENSIC PALYNOLOGY IN CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION

Jul 08, 2020  Forensic Palynology is the analysis of different types of pollen grains and spores in the legal context. These spores and Pollen is not a new tool in forensic investigation. Pollen and spore analysis begin in 1916 and was first examined by Lennart Von Post. Since from 1950s, spores and pollen are used frequently in criminal investigations like ...

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BATAMMARIBA (TAMBERMA) PEOPLE: AFRICA`S INDIGENOUS ...

Jul 22, 2013  Batammariba (also known as Tamberma, Somba, Bataba, Batammaraba, Ditamari, Niend and Tamari) are agro-pastoralist Oti-Volta, Gur-speaking and indigenous architecturally advanced people living in the mountainous regions of two West African countries of Togo and Benin. Tamberma (Batammariba) women wearing their traditional antelope headdress, Togo. ...

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