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A no Tillage Cultivation System with High Yield and Environment-protecting Functions

Chen Guoping

Strategic Study of CAE 2000, Volume 2, Issue 1,   Pages 87-89

Abstract: the water evaporation and inhibits the full seedling growth, which results in the low and unstable yieldhighly preserve the rainfall in summer and autumn of last year, increasing the seedling growth rate yield

Keywords: no tillage system     sand-storm climate     soil deposition     increase yield    

Zero increase in peak discharge for sustainable development

Xing Fang, Junqi Li, Yongwei Gong, Xiaoning Li

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2017, Volume 11, Issue 4, doi: 10.1007/s11783-017-0935-5

Abstract: Most of the developed countries require a zero increase in peak discharge for any land development, andThe policy of zero increase in peak discharge can be considered as historical and early stage for theThe zero-increase policy links to financial responsibility and sustainability for construction of urbanThe connections and differences among LID practices, the zero-increase policy, and the flood controlWe promote and advocate the zero-increase policy on peak discharge for comprehensive stormwater management

Keywords: Stormwater management     Detention basin     Zero increase     Peak discharge     Sustainable development     Design rainfall    

PLANT DENSITY, IRRIGATION AND NITROGEN MANAGEMENT: THREE MAJOR PRACTICES IN CLOSING YIELD GAPS FOR AGRICULTURAL

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2021, Volume 8, Issue 4, doi: 10.15302/J-FASE -2020355

Abstract: Here, we investigate current maize production at the field scale, analyze the yield gaps and impactingfactors, and recommend measures for sustainably closing yield gaps.The relative yield reached 70% in both years.Boundary line analysis indicates that a relative yield increase of 8% to 10% might be obtained by optimizingthe yield-limiting factors.

Keywords: boundary line analysis     irrigation method     precision agriculture     spatial variability     yield gaps     yield-limiting factors    

Strength-increase mechanism and microstructural characteristics of a biotreated geomaterial

Chi LI, Siriguleng BAI, Tuanjie ZHOU, Hanlong LIU, Xiao QIN, Shihui LIU, Xiaoying LIU, Yang XIAO

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2020, Volume 14, Issue 3,   Pages 599-608 doi: 10.1007/s11709-020-0606-7

Abstract: The purpose of this study is to explore the strength-increase mechanism and microstructural characteristics

Keywords: biotreated geomaterial     microbially induced calcite precipitation     strength-increase mechanism     microstructural    

The effect of conservation tillage on crop yield in China

Hongwen LI,Jin HE,Huanwen GAO,Ying CHEN,Zhiqiang ZHANG

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2015, Volume 2, Issue 2,   Pages 179-185 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2015058

Abstract: the Conservation Tillage Research Center (CTRC), Chinese Ministry of Agriculture (MOA), the mean crop yieldincrease can be at least 4% in double cropping systems in the North China Plain and 6% in single croppingCrop yield increase was particularly significant in dryland areas and drought years.The mechanism for the yield increase in CT system can be attributed to enhanced soil water content and

Keywords: conservation tillage     crop yield     soil structure     development strategies    

Breeding strategies for increasing yield potential in super hybrid rice

Shihua CHENG,Xiaodeng ZHAN,Liyong CAO

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2015, Volume 2, Issue 4,   Pages 277-282 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2015081

Abstract: To develop super hybrid rice, considerable effort should be made to explore genes related with high yield

Keywords: super hybrid rice     breeding strategies     yield potential    

Highlight yield forming and innovative technologies in tropical crops

Wenquan WANG

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2016, Volume 3, Issue 4,   Pages 283-284 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2016128

The cavitation erosion damage process of dynamically loaded journal bearings

MA Yan-yan, CHENG Xian-hua

Frontiers of Mechanical Engineering 2006, Volume 1, Issue 4,   Pages 461-464 doi: 10.1007/s11465-006-0059-2

Abstract: The numerical results show that the values of equivalent plastic strain and void volume fraction increase

Keywords: bearing     fraction increase     collapse     process     evolvement    

Preventing the Immense Increase in the Life-Cycle Energy and Carbon Footprints of LLM-Powered Intelligent

Peng Jiang,Christian Sonne,Wangliang Li,Fengqi You,Siming You,

Engineering doi: 10.1016/j.eng.2024.04.002

Abstract: Intelligent chatbots powered by large language models (LLMs) have recently been sweeping the world, with potential for a wide variety of industrial applications. Global frontier technology companies are feverishly participating in LLM-powered chatbot design and development, providing several alternatives beyond the famous ChatGPT. However, training, fine-tuning, and updating such intelligent chatbots consume substantial amounts of electricity, resulting in significant carbon emissions. The research and development of all intelligent LLMs and software, hardware manufacturing (e.g., graphics processing units and supercomputers), related data/operations management, and material recycling supporting chatbot services are associated with carbon emissions to varying extents. Attention should therefore be paid to the entire life-cycle energy and carbon footprints of LLM-powered intelligent chatbots in both the present and future in order to mitigate their climate change impact. In this work, we clarify and highlight the energy consumption and carbon emission implications of eight main phases throughout the life cycle of the development of such intelligent chatbots. Based on a life-cycle and interaction analysis of these phases, we propose a system-level solution with three strategic pathways to optimize the management of this industry and mitigate the related footprints. While anticipating the enormous potential of this advanced technology and its products, we make an appeal for a rethinking of the mitigation pathways and strategies of the life-cycle energy usage and carbon emissions of the LLM-powered intelligent chatbot industry and a reshaping of their energy and environmental implications at this early stage of development.

Keywords: Large language models     Intelligent chatbots     Carbon emissions     Energy and environmental footprints     Life-cycle assessment     Global cooperation    

YIELD AND FRUIT QUALITY OF ALMOND, PEACH AND PLUM UNDER REGULATED DEFICIT IRRIGATION

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2021, Volume 8, Issue 4,   Pages 583-593 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE -2020325

Abstract: Yield and fruit quality traits were determined. The effect of RDI differed between species.Yield and fruit size were reduced significantly only in peach under RDI-50.Fruit quality improved in this species in the first year of the experiment, with an increase of sugar25% in peach and 50% in almond and plum with improvements in fruit quality without affecting total yield

Keywords: fruit quality / fruit yield / Prunus domestica / Prunus dulcis / Prunus persica / regulated deficit irrigation    

Estimating the effect of urease inhibitor on rice yield based on NDVI at key growth stages

Kailou LIU,Yazhen LI,Huiwen HU

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2014, Volume 1, Issue 2,   Pages 150-157 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2014028

Abstract: The results showed that the grain yield increased significantly when urea was applied with NBPT, withthe highest yield observed at 1.00% NBPT (wt/wt).Rice yield could be predicted from the NDVI taken at key rice growing stages, with ranging from 0.34Therefore, it was feasible to estimate rice yield for different amounts of urease inhibitor using NDVI

Keywords: normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI)     N-(n-butyl) thiophosphoric triamide (NBPT)     rice     grain yield    

Lodging resistance and yield potential of winter wheat: effect of planting density and genotype

Yonggui XIAO,Jianjun LIU,Haosheng LI,Xinyou CAO,Xianchun XIA,Zhonghu HE

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2015, Volume 2, Issue 2,   Pages 168-178 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2015061

Abstract: Improved lodging resistance is important for achieving high yield in irrigated environments.At the higher density, the average grain yield was 2.6% higher, even though lodging score rose by asCultivars carrying high plant density tolerance and high yield potential, such as Jimai 22 and Liangxingrecommended as leading cultivars for production as well as elite crossing parents for further increasing yield

Keywords: common wheat     yield potential     lodging performance     pushing resistance     leaf area index    

Relationship between the number of tapping-induced secondary laticifer lines and rubber yield among

Yueyi CHEN,Xinsheng GAO,Xiaofei ZHANG,Weimin TIAN

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2016, Volume 3, Issue 4,   Pages 363-367 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2016122

Abstract: The lack of suitable early selection parameters means that traditional rubber breeding for yield is time-consumingThe number of the secondary laticifers in the trunk bark tissues is positively correlated with rubber yieldIn the present study, the rubber yield from 280 of 4–5 year-old virgin trees from 7 cross combinationslines of secondary laticifers varied in different germplasm and was positively related to the rubber yield, indicating this could be used as a suitable parameter for early evaluation of yield potential of rubber

Keywords: Hevea brasiliensis     rubber yield breeding     early evaluation     tapping     secondary laticifer differentiation    

PLANT DENSITY, IRRIGATION AND NITROGEN MANAGEMENT: THREE MAJOR PRACTICES IN CLOSING YIELD GAPS FOR AGRICULTURAL

Xiuwei GUO, Manoj Kumar SHUKLA, Di WU, Shichao CHEN, Donghao LI, Taisheng DU

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2021, Volume 8, Issue 4,   Pages 525-544 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2020355

Abstract: Here, we investigate current maize production at the field scale, analyze the yield gaps and impactingfactors, and recommend measures for sustainably closing yield gaps.The relative yield reached 70% in both years.Boundary line analysis indicates that a relative yield increase of 8% to 10% might be obtained by optimizingthe yield-limiting factors.

Keywords: boundary line analysis     irrigation method     precision agriculture     spatial variability     yield gaps     yield-limiting    

Light-Based Chips Promise to Slash Energy Use and Increase Speed

Mitch Leslie

Engineering 2021, Volume 7, Issue 9,   Pages 1195-1196 doi: 10.1016/j.eng.2021.07.005

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Chen Guoping

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Zero increase in peak discharge for sustainable development

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Strength-increase mechanism and microstructural characteristics of a biotreated geomaterial

Chi LI, Siriguleng BAI, Tuanjie ZHOU, Hanlong LIU, Xiao QIN, Shihui LIU, Xiaoying LIU, Yang XIAO

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The effect of conservation tillage on crop yield in China

Hongwen LI,Jin HE,Huanwen GAO,Ying CHEN,Zhiqiang ZHANG

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Breeding strategies for increasing yield potential in super hybrid rice

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Highlight yield forming and innovative technologies in tropical crops

Wenquan WANG

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The cavitation erosion damage process of dynamically loaded journal bearings

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YIELD AND FRUIT QUALITY OF ALMOND, PEACH AND PLUM UNDER REGULATED DEFICIT IRRIGATION

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Estimating the effect of urease inhibitor on rice yield based on NDVI at key growth stages

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Lodging resistance and yield potential of winter wheat: effect of planting density and genotype

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Relationship between the number of tapping-induced secondary laticifer lines and rubber yield among

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