Agricultural Mechanics: Fundamentals & Applications

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Elmer L. Cooper
Delmar, 1997 - Agricultural engineering - 756 pages
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This comprehensive edition contains the latest in agricultural mechanics, including new sections on MIG and TIG welding. Abundantly illustrated and concisely written , the book moves fluidly from principles to applications in nearly every phase of the field. While highlighting personal and group safety, career development, and cooperative work skills throughout, the text places agricultural mechanics in the broad context of agriculture, science, and engineering. Reference tools include a complete supplement package to enhance both the learning and teaching process.(Agricultural mechanics, MIG welding, TIG welding, hand woodworking, metal working, welding, plumbing, hydrauling, pneumatic system)

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Contents

EXPLORING CAREERS IN AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS
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d SECTION 2 USING THE AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS SHOP
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PAINTING
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Dr. Elmer Cooper is a professor emeritus of the University of Maryland. He taught in public schools for over 17 years, including grades 8 through 12 and adults. Dr. Cooper served as State Supervisor of Agriculture/Agribusiness and Renewable Natural Resources in Maryland for four years. He was a teacher and educator at Virginia Tech and the University of Maryland for 12 years, and many outstanding teachers in the field have benefited from his guidance.

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