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  • 2 Pages Particulate Matter - Gunn
    Particulate Matter - Gunn

    School: Idaho

    Course: Stag Tractor Power Units

    Particulate Matter 10 & 2.5 Particulate Matter 10 & 2.5 and Your Health Danielle Gunn Agricultural Extension Educator University of Idaho Particulate Matter is a mixture of solid particles and liquid droplets found in the air. Particulate Matter is

  • 3 Pages Pilot Digester - Thompson and Swan
    Pilot Digester - Thompson And Swan

    School: Idaho

    Course: Stag Tractor Power Units

    U of I Pilot Digester Design Project By Matthew Thompson & Hutch Swan 10 Requirements for Anaerobic Treatment 1. Substrate for biological growth 2. Temperature 3. pH 4. Alkalinity 5. Macronutrients 6. Micronutrients 7. Toxicity accommodation 8. Micr

  • 4 Pages INPUFF2 - Hill
    INPUFF2 - Hill

    School: Idaho

    Course: Stag Tractor Power Units

    Studies INPUFF2 A Gaussian Plume Air Dispersion Model Calibrating INPUFF-2 Model By ResidentPanelists Evaluation of OFFSET (Odor Setback Model) Performance Evaluation of Atmospheric Transport Models What is INPUFF2 EPA listed as an Alternate Air

  • 31 Pages Manure Production Proposal D384
    Manure Production Proposal D384

    School: Idaho

    Course: Stag Tractor Power Units

    9/2/03 page 1 Proposal for ASAE D384.1, Manure Production and Characteristics Purpose This standard provides three types of information for estimating characteristics of livestock and poultry manure including: Typical characteristics for manure as

  • 40 Pages Dairy Odor Mgmt
    Dairy Odor Mgmt

    School: Idaho

    Course: Stag Tractor Power Units

    Dairy Odor Management & Control Practices Ron E. Sheffield1 & Robyn Walton2 1 Extension Waste Management Engineer and Assistant Professor, Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, University of Idaho 2 Undergraduate Research Assistan

  • 74 Pages Constructed Wetlands - neh637-ch03
    Constructed Wetlands - Neh637-ch03

    School: Idaho

    Course: Stag Tractor Power Units

    United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service Part 637 Environmental Engineering National Engineering Handbook Chapter 3 Constructed Wetlands (210-VI-NEH, September 2002) Chapter 3 Constructed Wetlands Part 637

  • 14 Pages Seperation Methods - Burns
    Seperation Methods - Burns

    School: Idaho

    Course: Stag Tractor Power Units

    This is not a peer-reviewed article. Paper Number: 034131 An ASAE Meeting Presentation Development of a Standard Method for Testing Mechanical Manure Solids Separators Robert T. Burns University of Tennessee, 2506 EJ Chapman Dr., Knoxville, TN 37996

  • 13 Pages 11 Constructed Wetlands
    11 Constructed Wetlands

    School: Idaho

    Course: Stag Tractor Power Units

    Types of CWs Open Flow Constructed Wetlands Surface Flow Pool and Land Wetland High Marsh Subsurface Flow Gravel Wetland Low Marsh Open Flow SF Wetland Hydroponics SF Wetland SSF Wetland Bufferlands Sacramento, CA France Park - Loganspo

  • 9 Pages 10 - Anaerobic Digestion
    10 - Anaerobic Digestion

    School: Idaho

    Course: Stag Tractor Power Units

    Anaerobic Metabolism Anaerobic Digestion Anaerobic Series Metabolism Particulate organics Soluble complex organics Soluble simple organics Long-chain volatile acids Acetic acid 4H2 & CO2 Hydrolysis Hydrolysis Acidogenesis Acidogenesis Acetotrophic

  • 18 Pages 08 Solid Seperation
    08 Solid Seperation

    School: Idaho

    Course: Stag Tractor Power Units

    Separated Swine Manure Solids Manure Separation Whole Farm Approach Must Identify the Goal to achieve by separation To reduce Odor? To make liquid pumpable? To produce bedding? To prevent solids from filling ponds? Whole Farm Approach Must ask the

  • 11 Pages NPnutrition
    NPnutrition

    School: Idaho

    Course: Stag Tractor Power Units

    Syllabus Using Dietary Strategies to Control N and P excretion Mireille Chahine (Meeray Shaheen) Shaheen) Assistant Professor-Extension Dairy ProfessorSpecialist University of Idaho Animal and Veterinary Science Department mchahine@uidaho.edu 208-73

  • 4 Pages P REMOVAL FROM DAIRY WASTEWATER - YOUNG
    P REMOVAL FROM DAIRY WASTEWATER - YOUNG

    School: Idaho

    Course: Stag Tractor Power Units

    Phosphorus Removal from Dairy Wastewater Montessa Young December 2, 2003 Ag Waste Management Why Remove Phosphorus? Nitrogen: Phosphorus uptake in plants Corn Silage 4.4:1 Alfalfa 10.2:1 Tall Fescue 9.85 :1 Nitrogen: Phosphorus in dairy manure

  • 2 Pages Anaerobic Lagoon Design Worksheet
    Anaerobic Lagoon Design Worksheet

    School: Idaho

    Course: Stag Tractor Power Units

    Worksheet 10A-3Anaerobic lagoon design Decisionmaker: Chapter 10 Site: Date: Agricultural Waste Management System Part 651 Component Design Agricultural Waste Management Field Handbook Animal units 1. Animal type 2. Animal weight, lbs (W) 3. Number

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