Kendall R. Kirk, Ph. D.

Lecturer, Agricultural Mechanization 

Office: Edisto Research & Education Center

B.S. Biosystems Engineering - Clemson University --2002
M.S. Biosystems Engineering - Clemson University -- 2004
Ph. D. Biosystems Engineering - Clemson University -- 2010

Service at Clemson University:
Research Assistant, Agricultural and Biological Engineering, 2002- 2004
Lecturer, Agricultural Mechanization, 2005-present

Research Interest:
Aquaculture, Fabrication, Power & Machinery, Control Systems, Soil & Water, Computer Modeling.

Professional Societies:
American Society of Agricultural Engineers
World Aquaculture Society
Aquacultural Engineering Society

Recent Publications:

  • Kirk, K. R. 2004. Distributed Animal Production in a Partitioned Aquaculture System. Master of Science Thesis, Clemson University, Clemson, SC.
  • Brune, D. E., K. R. Kirk, and A. G. Eversole. 2004. Autotrophic intensification of pond aquaculture; shrimp production in a Partitioned Aquaculture System. 5th International Conference on Recirculating Aquaculture, Roanoke, VA.
  • Kirk, K. R., A. Aranguren, D. E. Brune, A. G. Eversole, and T. E. Schwedler. 2004. Culture of marine shrimp in a zero-discharge Partitioned Aquaculture System. World Aquaculture Society Meeting, Honolulu, HI.

Current courses taught:
AG M 205: Principles of Fabrications
AG M 206: Machinery Management
AG M 301: Soil and Water Conservation
AG M 452: Mobile Power

State in which registered:
South Carolina, Engineer in Training (E.I.T.)

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