Browsing Biological and Agricultural Engineering Faculty Research and Publications by Author "Montross, Michael D."

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Browsing Biological and Agricultural Engineering Faculty Research and Publications by Author "Montross, Michael D."

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  • Bhadra, Rumela; Casada, Mark E.; Boac, Josephine M.; Turner, Aaron P.; Thompson, Sidney A.; Montross, Michael D.; Maghirang, Ronaldo G.; McNeill, Samuel G.
    In grain bins, the compaction of stored grain is caused by the overbearing pressure of the bulk material in the bin. To predict the amount of grain in the bin, compaction values must be determined based on the average bulk ...
  • Turner, Aaron P.; Montross, Michael D.; Jackson, Joshua J.; McNeill, Samuel G.; Casada, Mark E.; Boac, Josephine M.; Bhadra, Rumela; Maghirang, Ronaldo G.; Thompson, Sidney A.
    Estimation of the quantity of stored grain is important for crop insurance, financial statements, and inventory control. Traditionally, the height of grain has been measured using weighted tape measures, and the volume is ...
  • Turner, Aaron P.; Montross, Michael D.; McNeill, Samuel G.; Sama, Michael P.; Casada, Mark E.; Boac, Josephine M.; Bhadra, Rumela; Maghirang, Ronaldo G.; Thompson, Sidney A.
    The bulk density of grain in a storage structure varies vertically and horizontally due to the overburden pressure created by the cumulative weight of the overlying material. As the overburden pressure increases, the stored ...
  • Bhadra, Rumela; Turner, Aaron P.; Casada, Mark E.; Montross, Michael D.; Thompson, Sidney A.; Boac, Josephine M.; McNeill, Samuel G.; Maghirang, Ronaldo G. (Transactions of the ASABE, )
    Shelled yellow corn is commonly stored in concrete or corrugated steel bins. Granular materials compact under their own weight, primarily due to particle rearrangement, leading to an increase in bulk density and a change ...

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