M E 475: Engineering Principles of Agricultural Machinery
- Catalog Description:
Engineering design principles of machines for the production, processing and handling of crops for food, fuel, bio-mass and fiber. Environmental and biological factors that influence machine design and operation. Economic and capacity analysis of machines and systems.
- Credits: 3
- Prerequisites: Declared in Biological Systems Engineering or Mechanical Engineering and EMA 202 or ME 240 or graduate standing
- Official Course Description (pdf)
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