26 courses found which satisfy the condition "Agriculture Engineering".
Facilities Agriculture Engneering
This course is designed to provide students with introductory level experiences in selected major areas of agricultural mechanics technology which may include small engine maintenance and repair, metal fabrication, concrete construction, building
construction, plumbing, electrical wiring, maintenance of agricultural machinery,equipment and tractors. Learning activities include information, skill development and problem solving.
Crop cultivation’ is compulsory course of College of Agronomy and Biotechnology for agronomy. Crop production process is a systematic project, involving the whole process of production and related theory and technology. In the crop production process, crop growth and yield and quality formation are the top priority, ecological conditions and economic conditions are the prerequisite of production, crop cultivation and management are the guaranty. Crop yield and quality depend on interaction between the genetic potential and environmental conditions. The course focuses on introducing the basic concepts, theories, methods and techniques of the crops and crop production, which covering the main content of crop production. There are several Highlights in this course, main cultivated crop types, distribution and production; growth and yield and quality of development regulating, environmental sources and crop production, crop cultivation systems, soil tillage, new agricultural technologies such as Chemical control technology, high-yield cultivation mode of major crops in North.
Field Experiment and Statistical Analysis
Soil Fertilizer Science
Fluid Pipeline Network
Based on physiological and biochemical processes of plant development, plant physiology introduces the physical, chemical and molecular biological mechanisms in the processes. And it reveals the growth, development and differentiation rules of plant by studying the plant and the function of environmental condition.
Introduction to the structure, diversity, and physiology of plants with an emphasis on evolutionary relationships and adaptations to life on land. Topics include growth, resource acquisition, interactions with other organisms (i.e., fungi, bacteria, insects), reproduction, and survival in extreme environments. Laboratory sessions provide an overview of plant and diversity and an introduction to basic physiological processes.
Agricultural Products Processing
Introduction to agriculture engineering
Through this course, the students will be able to understand and learn technical knowledge and skills to excel in the field of agriculture. Combined with the disciplines of Chemical, electrical engineering, plant biology this course helps in applying science and technology to agricultural process and production.
This course explores basic theories, pollution control technologies, and pollution control engineering in current Environmental Engineering practices. Upon successful completion of the course, students will master the basic theories and methods of pollution control engineering and prevention technology.
Mechanical Engineering Test Technology
In the first half of the term, a sequence of lectures surveys the conceptual concerns and technological factors of building: the origin and processing of the major classes of building materials; their physical properties, capacities, and vulnerabilities to physical and environmental stressors; the techniques used to work those materials; and the principles, procedures, and details of building assembly. Corresponding construction examples and case studies of mid-scale public buildings introduce students to the exigencies that so often influence decision making in the technical process and inflect (and potentially enrich) design intention—regulatory requirement, physical and environmental stress and constraint, procedural complication, labor and material availability and quality, energy consumption, and ecological impact. After spring recess and in coordination with the studio design phase of the Building Project, the course turns to the detailed study of light wood-frame construction. Five lectures with practical exercises track the stages of construction of the single-family house and supplement ongoing design development of the Building Project house. In both its direct technical application to the work in the studio and its exploration of more general themes in current construction practice, the course seeks to illuminate the ecological considerations as well as the materials, means, and methods that are fundamental to the conception and execution of contemporary building.
Statistics Methods of Experiments
Computer Aided Design
Basic principles of mechanical design
This course is a basic technology course to foster the mechanical design capacity of students. The course has its teaching content focused on basic knowledge, basic theory and basic methods, and has its practical training focused on the basic training of design skills and innovative design capability.
"General Biology is an introduction to biodiversity and the process of biological evolution, including the knowledge hierarchies: taxonomy, animal diversity, plant diversity, and evolution theories. With the basic groups of organisms and their distributions as the focuses, the evolution of life as the main line throughout, the course lets students understand the whole situation of biological world and evolutionary rules.
Biochemistry describes the chemical processes and mechanisms shared by all living organisms. The properties of amino acids; the structure and function of proteins, nucleic acids, lipids and carbohydrates; the kinetics and catalytic mechanisms of enzymes; the functions of vitamin, co-enzyme and hormone; transmembrane transportation; glycolysis; citric acid cycle; TCA cycle; electron transport and oxidative phosphorylation; glycogen metabolism; fat acids metabolism and amino acids metabolism are included in this course.