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  • Biological and Agricultural Engineering - NC State University
    Weaver Labs Locate Weaver Laboratories Quick Links 4 H Program Workshops NC ASABE Section Drainage Advisory Agritourism Soil Water Stormwater Pack Pullers BAE Waste Mgmt CALS Waste Mgmt Irrigation Society Grad Certificate Biofuels Water Quality Irrigation Resource Air Quality Stream Restoration Low Impact Dev Aquaculture Coastal Stormwater Vermicomposting Composting Aquacultural Systems Engineering Tenure track Faculty Position Open Learn more about the NCSU Aquaculture Program All Department News Training and Credit

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  • Academic Programs :: NCSU Biological Agricultural Engineering
    agricultural engineering This is a discipline of engineering that applies engineering principles and the fundamental concepts of biology to agricultural and biological systems and tools ranging in scale from molecular to ecosystem level for the safe efficient and environmentally sensitive production processing and management of agricultural biological food and natural resources systems Definition provided by ASABE American Society of Biological and Agricultural Engineers We are so glad you are interested in BAE academic programs The Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering offers various programs designed to prepare students and engineering professionals for productive careers in the biological and agricultural engineering and technology professions Offered are two Undergraduate Programs earning B S degrees and a Minor program The Biological Engineering program is for those who wish to become an engineer This program provides a solid engineering foundation and is accredited by the Engineering Commission of ABET 111 Market Place Suite 1050 Baltimore MD 21202 4012 telephone 410 347 7700 Undergraduate school ranking The second B S degree program is a technology program in Agricultural and Environmental Technology This program is for those who wish to manage technical applications employed in the agriculture and the environmental areas The third is an academic minor in Agricultural and Environmental Technology In the Graduate Programs students can earn a Masters MBAE non thesis PhD or choose the Certificate Program Our graduate program is highly regarded and continues to rank in the top 10 of U S colleges for Biological and Agricultural Engineering Graduate school ranking Biological and Agricultural Engineering unlike many other engineering programs offers learners several paths of study focusing on Bioprocessing Environmental or Agricultural engineering studies Students are encouraged to adjust electives to focus on areas of specific interest Our faculty are known for their personal attention to students Faculty often involve and

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  • Undergraduate Degree Programs :: NCSU Biological Agricultural Engineering
    Engineering Undergraduate Degree Programs Biological Engineering Degree AET Technology Degree AET Minor Other Links BAE Academic Programs Educational Objectives BAE Course Listing BAE Scholarships NCSU Academic Policy NCSU Academic Advising NCSU Transfers BAE Graduate Program S Andrew Hale Undergraduate Coordinator phone 919 515 6760 fax 919 515 6719 e mail andy hale ncsu edu or talk to Program Assistant and Student Recruiter Heather Austin 919 515 6710 Talk to us and Apply to Bio Ag NCSU Learn More 15 Reasons to Engineer Undergrad Fast Facts Jobs Opportunities Department Scholarships Student Achievers About the Labs More About Bio Ag NCSU Academic Advising Study and Activity Areas Prepare for these programs Future Undergrad Youth Programs About Our Undergraduate Programs Welcome to Undergraduate Programs in the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering The department offers two undergraduate degrees and a minor These programs are for students who have an interest in engineering and technology and who enjoy studying physical life and mathematical sciences subjects like biology math chemistry and physics and like working outdoors or in a laboratory Engineering Program The Biological Engineering BE degree program has three undergraduate engineering concentration areas Agricultural Bioprocess and Environmental Technology Program The program in Agricultural Environmental

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  • Graduate Programs :: NCSU Biological Agricultural Engineering
    info2 ncsu edu Please talk to us first before you Apply to Graduate School Learn More Graduate Fast Facts Department Scholarships Student Achievers About the Labs About Bio Ag graduate degrees The Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering at NCSU offers the MS MBAE and PhD degrees as well as a Graduate Certificate in the Design and Analysis of Environmental System Watershed Assessment and Restoration The MS and PhD are research oriented degrees for graduates who wish to conduct research in a specialized field The MBAE is a non thesis masters degree recently redesigned to accommodate working professionals who need advanced education but do not desire a career in research This degree can now be completed via Distance Education DE Our graduate certificate is designed for environmental professionals who wish to enhance their graduate credentials without investing the time effort and expense required for a graduate degree The certificate is also now available via DE BAE graduate programs offer students the opportunity to obtain a world class graduate education in the fields of environmental engineering bioprocess engineering machine systems design and controlled environment engineering We also offer an exciting cosmopolitan lifestyle unlike that available in a typical university town Located in Raleigh the capital of North Carolina and in close proximity to Research Triangle Park a hub of industry research and two other nationally known universities UNC Chapel Hill and Duke BAE and NCSU offer a unique professional and social environment The region in and around each of the three universities offers its own culture and unique characteristics BAE and NCSU are close to the ocean and the mountains providing numerous opportunities for a wide variety of extracurricular and recreational activities Graduate Program Objectives To enable students to develop as professionals capable of successfully competing for high demand positions in

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  • Extension :: NCSU Biological Agricultural Engineering
    Photos NCSU Extension CALS Extension NC Cooperative Extension extension Quick Links 4 H Program Workshops NC ASABE Section Drainage Advisory Agritourism Soil Water Stormwater Pack Pullers BAE Waste Mgmt CALS Waste Mgmt Irrigation Society Grad Certificate Biofuels Water Quality Irrigation Resource Air Quality Stream Restoration Low Impact Dev Aquaculture Coastal Stormwater Vermicomposting Composting Dr Mike Burchell Extension Leader Phone 919 513 7348 Fax 919 515 6772 e mail mike Burchell

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  • Extension Programs :: NCSU Biological Agricultural Engineering
    Action Photos NCSU Extension CALS Extension NC Cooperative Extension extension Quick Links 4 H Program Workshops NC ASABE Section Drainage Advisory Agritourism Soil Water Stormwater Pack Pullers BAE Waste Mgmt CALS Waste Mgmt Irrigation Society Grad Certificate Biofuels Water Quality Irrigation Resource Air Quality Stream Restoration Low Impact Dev Aquaculture Coastal Stormwater Vermicomposting Composting The extension programs in the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering have evolved over time and continually change to educate people about agricultural and environmental issues of importance These programs assist diverse audiences and include not only rural farm communities but youth and urban populations who s activities are increasingly affecting the environment The department offers a variety of programs and information to assist communities with the implementation of engineering practices that protect the environment and strengthen agricultural systems Assistance to farmers Training programs Technology demonstrations Contact Dr Garry Grabow Extension Leader Phone 919 513 7348 Fax 919 515 6772 e mail ncsu edu Programs Environmental Resource Management Water Control and Systems Management Irrigation Systems Drainage Systems Urban Stormwater Management Water Quality Group Water Resource Education Drinking Water Quality French Broad River Watershed Restoration Watershed Management Wetlands Riparian Buffers Stream Restoration Waste Controls Composting Vermicomposting Recycling

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  • Extension Mission :: Extension - NCSU Biological Agricultural Engineering
    empowers people and provides solutions NCSU College of Ag and Life Sciences Facts about NC Cooperative Extension Biological and Agricultural Engineering Extension provides engineering support for environmental concerns and production agriculture Capabilities in environmental control for livestock facilities and farm machinery have been updated However many specialists programming has changed to reduce emphasis on developed technology being provided by the private sector to new or changing needs For example work on energy conservation now focuses on postharvest management and on farm energy which have been identified as important agricultural needs in North Carolina Extension personnel advise an agricultural manufacturer helping with machinery problem Traditional irrigation activities have become part of the overall total water management program The safety program has expanded to include health occupational and environmental concerns The livestock environmental systems program is now complemented by expanding programming on non point source control urban runoff total watershed management basin wide planning ground water quality drinking water safety air quality and solid waste management The timeliness and quality of these dynamic programs in Extension Biological and Agricultural Engineering is verified by the excellent complementary grant and contract funding received This funding extends capabilities to evaluate and demonstrate new technologies that can be incorporated into the overall Extension technology transfer program The goal of Extension in Biological and Agricultural Engineering is to continue to address new engineering and environmental needs for the State of North Carolina in a timely and quality manner The North Carolina Extension Mission Why we do what we do Our Land grant mission As a Land grant institution created by the Morrill Act of 1862 NC State University is a people s university Land Grant universities have a unique mission to serve the educational needs of people in their home states To expand further this mission Congress

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  • Extension Publications :: NCSU Biological Agricultural Engineering
    Smith Bio AgExtension Stormwater Protecting Drinking Water Watersheds NC Extension Information Soil Air and Water USDA Water EPA Water Infrastructure Waste Management Animal Waste Management Wastewater Irrigation Waste Composting and Vermicomposting Organic Material Waste Reduction Publication Title Publication Number Revision Date Bio Ag Author s in bold Water Quality and Waste Management Glossary EBAE 144 90 1996 Gregory D Jennings and Ronald E Sneed Use of On Farm Records for Modifying a Certified Animal Waste Management Plan AG 439 42 hosted on Soil Science Site 2000 DA Crouse James Barker JL Havlin Swine Manure as a Fertilizer Source AG 439 4 1997 JP Zublena James Barker JW Parker CM Stanislaw Poultry Manure as a Fertilizer Source AG 439 05 1997 JP Zublena James Barker TA Carter Dairy Manure as a Fertilizer Source AG 439 28 1997 J P Zublena J C Barker D P Wessen Components of a Complete Manure Management Plan EBAE 185 93 1996 James Barker JP Zublena Greene County Animal Mortality Collection Ramp EBAE 186 93 1996 James Barker HR Williams Composting Poultry Mortality in North Carolina note missing figures PS Facts 11 1996 T Carter K Anderson J Arends James Barker K Bunton B Hawkins J Parsons D Rives S Scheideler M Stringham and M Wineland Livestock Waste Sampling Analysis and Calculation of Land Application Rates EBAE 111 84 WQWM 77 1996 James Barker Utilization of Dairy Manure as Fertilizer EBAE 133 88 WQWM 79 1996 James Barker Livestock Manure Nutrient Assessment in North Carolina EBAE 170 93 WQWM 79 1996 James Barker JP Zublena Management Tips for Temporary Storage of Broiler and Turkey Litter WQWM 97 CD 17 1996 James Barker Formulating a Mortality Compost Recipe EBAE 174 93 WQWM 83 1996 James Barker Management of Dairy Wastewater EBAE 106 83 WQWM 84 1996 James Barker Dairy Manure Flush Lagoon Treatment System Randleigh Dairy Farm EBAE 040 77 WQWM 85 1996 James Barker Disposal of Antibiotic Contaminated Milk EBAE 175 93 WQWM 85 1996 James Barker Worksheet to Determine Size of Poultry Mortality Composter EBAE 177 93 WQWM 90 1996 James Barker Lagoon Design and Management for Livestock Waste Treatment and Storage EBAE 103 83 WQWM 91 1996 James Barker Irrigation System Characteristics and Costs listed under irrigation and drainage EBAE 178 93 WQWM 92 1996 Ron Sneed Methane Fuel Gas from Livestock Wastes EBAE 071 80 WQWM 93 2001 James Barker Poultry Layer Production Facility Manure Management High Rise Deep Pit EBAE 131 88 WQWM 95 1996 James Barker Poultry Layer Production Facility Manure Management Under Floor Flush Lagoon Management EBAE 130 88 WQWM 96 1996 James Barker Swine Production System Management Open Dirt or Pasture Lots EBAE 179 93 WQWM 101 1996 James Barker Swine Production Facility Manure Management Pit Recharge Lagoon Management EBAE 128 88 WQWM 102 1996 James Barker Swine Production Facility Manure Management Under floor Flush Lagoon Treatment EBAE 129 88 WQWM 103 1996 James Barker Design Criteria for Swine Waste Flushing Systems EBAE 080 81 WQWM 104 1996 James Barker Bynum Driggers Ron Sneed Crystalline Salt Formation in Wastewater Recycling Systems EBAE 082 81 WQWM 105 1996 James Barker Field Tests for the Nutrient Value of Manure EBAE 181 93 WQWM 110 1996 James Barker Manure Liquid Solids Separation EBAE 182 93 WQWM 111 1996 James Barker Swine Manure Solids Concrete Settling Basin Design EBAE 183 93 WQWM 112 1996 James Barker Frequently Asked Environmental Questions About Livestock Production EBAE 215 98 wqwm 185 1998 James Barker Swine Manure Solids Earthen Settling Basin Design EBAE 184 93 WQWM 113 1996 James Barker Livestock Manure Characterization Databases NA 2001 James Barker J P Zublena F R Wall Soil Facts Dairy Manure as a Fertilizer Source AG 439 28 hosted on Soil Science Site 1997 JP Zublena James Barker WP Wessen Livestock and Poultry Buildings After a Flood livestock fact sheet 2002 James Barker Robert O Evans Roberto Munilla J Mark Rice Ronald Sheffield Philip Westerman Sludge Survey Methods for Anaerobic Lagoons pdf format 2008 Sludge Survey Appendices Forms Revised August 2008 Appendices 1 4 as pdf format Appendices Forms 1 3 NOTE Excell file excel version 97 2003 sheets calculate AG 639w 2008 Philip W Westerman l A Shaffer J Mark Rice Poultry Litter Amendments Short Version Poultry Litter Amendments Long Version AG 657w AG 657w 2006 Sanjay Shah Philip Westerman James Parsons Biogas Anaerobic Digester Considerations for Swine Farms in NC AG 707 2006 Phil Westerman Jay Cheng Kelly Zering Carbon Credits for Methane AG 708 2008 Phil Westerman Matt Veal Jay Cheng K Zering Struvite Crystallizer for Recovering Phosphorus from Lagoon and Digester Liquids AG 724w 2009 Philip Westerman K Zering D Rashash Bio Ag Extension Animal Waste Management NC Extension Animal Agriculture USDA Livestock Publication Title Publication Number Revision Date Bio Ag Author s in bold Decentralized Wastewater Glossary Hose Drag Systems for Land Application of Liquid Manure and Wastewater AG 634 2005 Garry Grabow KS Shaffer Sanjay Shah Irrigation Scheduling to Achieve Proper Application of Wastewater AG 607 2000 Robert O Evans KA Shaffer Ron Sheffield JT Smith Land Applications of Municipal Sludge Advantages and Concerns AG 439 3 1997 A Robert Rubin L M Shafley JP Zublen Management of Single Family and Small Community Wastewater Treatment and Disposal Systems AG 439 11 1990 MT Hoover W J Wicker T J Hoban T A Feitshans A Robert Rubin Information Needed for Cost Share on Irrigation Dry Hydrants in Waste Management Systems EBAE 187 95 1996 Ronald Sneed Design and Specifications for Permanent Wastewater Irrigation Systems for Controlled Grazing EBAE 135 89 1996 Ronald Sneed James Barker Maintenance and Off Season Storage of Irrigation Equipment AG 602 NA Ron Sheffield Irrigation System Characteristics and Costs EBAE 178 93 1996 Ronald Sneed Field Calibration Procedures For Animal Wastewater Application Equipment Stationary Sprinkler Irrigation System AG 553 1 1997 James C Barker Robert O Evans J T Smith R E Sheffeld Hard Hose And Cable Tow Traveler Irrigation System AG 553 2 1997 James C Barker Robert O Evans

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