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Information system design for the rationalisation of fungicide use : the control of Puccinia hordei Otth
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1983)
Considerable scope exists for the reduction of the primary and secondary costs associated with crop protection, by the formulation of judicious fungicide application regimes. The design, building and operation of a farm-level ...
Estimating thermal radiation fields from 3D flame reconstruction
(Lincoln University, 2003)
Designing fire safety into a building requires a designer to think through issues that include fire ignition, growth and spread. The dominant mechanism of spread is radiative heat transfer from flames. Therefore, in order ...
Development of a simulation model for drying deformation in radiata pine boards
(Lincoln University, 1998)
Drying deformation of radiata pine (Pinus Radiata D. Don) boards results in a great loss of revenue to the wood industry. A computer simulation model, which is capable of predicting the drying quality of radiata pine boards, ...
Development of a simulation model of an Air New Zealand aircraft materials remanufacturing system
(Lincoln University, 1999)
Remanufacturing is a process involving the repair or refurbishment of worn parts. Systems involved with remanufacturing differ from more traditional manufacturing operations in terms of material and work content characteristics. ...
The potential for using artificial neural networks to model radiata pine branch diameter distribution patterns
(Lincoln University, 2001)
Understanding diameter distribution patterns of branches within whorls in radiata pine (pinus radiata D. Don) is crucial/important to the eventual development of automation designed to detect defects (knots) on logs, which ...
A management simulation tool for modelling equipment reliability : A dissertation in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Bachelor in Agricultural Science (Hons) in Lincoln College
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1988)
The Lincoln College Centre for Computing and Biometrics (CCB) administers and maintains much electronic equipment, including a sizeable pool of networked and stand-alone IBM (PC) XT & AT compatible microcomputers. As the ...