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(The Internet-First University Press, 2017-03-07)This prominent econometrician recounts his journey at Cornell, dealing with The Early Years, The Middle Years, his role as Department Chair, Achieving Faculty Diversity, The Later Years, and Other Cornell Experiences. He ...
(The Internet-First University Press, 2017-03)This is a collection of non-peer-reviewed ASAE (now ASABE) meeting papers. Most of these manuscripts were subsequently published in peer-reviewed venues. However, this is the sole, online source for a number of these “stranded” ...
(The Internet-First University Press, 2017-02-07)Gene German describes his Cornell journey from the Food Industry Management Program and the Home Study Program in Food Industry Management to his experiences teaching popular courses, advising students and leading the Food ...
(1986-06)A new method of element decomposition is introduced in the formulation of a new shell finite element. The actual element is decomposed into a translational element defined completely by the nodal translations and a difference ...
VIBRATORY FRUIT HARVESTING: AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF AN APPLE FRUIT-STEM RESPONSE TO FORCED OSCILLATIONS (Cornell University, 1971-06)This 1971 M.S. thesis studied the mechanical harvesting of fruits when subjected to periodic forced oscillations. A numerical study of a double physical pendulum model is compared with high-speed photographic studies of ...