Most industrial problems must be recast for use in undergraduate courses. Recasting often includes problem simplification and adaptation to the educational objectives of the course. Requirements for disclosure of proprietary or trade secret information must be avoided. A number of examples are provided in the fields of forest, agricultural and horticultural engineering.
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Dooley, J.H. 1998. Recasting Industrial Problems for Use in an Academic Setting. ASAE Paper 985003. St. Joseph, MI: American Society of Agricultural Engineers
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