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Work on multi-barn system, 1982 and undated

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Work on multi-barn system, 1982 and undated
Agricultural experiment stations
Agriculture -- Research
Tobacco curing
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circa to
This record contains papers from a report on the multi-barn system of curing tobacco and includes charts, a graph, and summary and conclusion statements. The researchers developed a computer-simulated energy model to study the effect that curing-system design has on energy utilization in the curing process. The charts included in this record provide data on the time and energy requirements for the multi-chamber curing system used at the Tobacco Research Station in Oxford, North Carolina.

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Cultivating a Revolution

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Special Collections Research Center at NCSU Libraries
William H. Johnson Papers, 1941-2005 (Bulk, 1956-1983) (MC00062) held by
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Scanned folders from the same box

  1. Other Photos, Oxford, 1950s
    Series 4, Box 31, Folder 1
  2. Work on multi-barn system, 1982 and undated, Series 4, Box 31, Folder 2 (Current Folder)
  3. Williamson & Johnson research notes, 1978-1980
    Series 4, Box 31, Folder 3
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