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A professional course on engineering design and analysis of structures and environmental systems common to agricultural and commercial buildings. The course involves the two broad subject areas common to a Structures and Environment program of study. The first subject area consists of wood and concrete structural design, structural load estimation, introduction to applicable building codes, grain bin storage and fastener selection. The second subject area provides an introduction to thermal environmental engineering design appropriate for agricultural production facilities, including psychrometrics, heat transfer, ventilation and heating, air distribution within buildings, control systems, and thermal loads on facilities. Upon successful completion of this course, a student shall demonstrate engineering competence in: Structural design in agriculture, with emphasis on load estimation, light timber and concrete, granular materials storage, and fasteners. Psychrometrics, physical environment for animals and plants, design of thermal environment systems. Emphasis on plant and animal interaction with the building thermal environment. Heating, ventilating, cooling and interior air distribution.
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