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Dr. Brock Faulkner, P.E.

Dr. Brock Faulkner, P.E.
Title Assistant Professor
Office 301E Scoates Hall
Phone (979) 862-7096
E-mail faulkner@tamu.edu
Specialization Environmental – Air Quality
Info Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • B.S., Texas A&M University, Agricultural Engineering
  • M.S., Texas A&M University, Biological & Agricultural Engineering
  • Ph.D., Texas A&M University, Biological & Agricultural Engineering

Research Interests

Characterization and mitigation of air pollution from agricultural production and processing operations. Cotton harvesting and ginning.

Recent Publications

  1. Faulkner, W.B., D. Downey, D.K. Giles, and S.C. Capareda. 2011. Evaluation of particulate matter abatement strategies for almond harvest. Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association 61: 409-417.
  2. Borhan, M.S., S.C. Capareda, S. Mukhtar, W.B. Faulkner, R. McGee and C.B. Parnell. 2011. Determining seasonal greenhouse gas emissions from ground level area sources in a dairy operation in Central Texas. Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association 61: 786-795.
  3. Faulkner, W.B., J.D. Wanjura, R.K. Boman, B.W. Shaw, and C.B. Parnell. 2011. Evaluation of modern cotton harvest systems on irrigated cotton: harvester performance. Applied Engineering in Agriculture 27(4): 497-506.
  4. Faulkner, W.B., J.D. Wanjura, E.F. Hequet, R.K. Boman, B.W. Shaw, and C.B. Parnell. 2011. Evaluation of modern cotton harvest systems on irrigated cotton: fiber quality. Applied Engineering in Agriculture 27(4): 507-513.
  5. Faulkner, W.B., J.D. Wanjura, R.K. Boman, B.W. Shaw, and C.B. Parnell. 2011. Evaluation of modern cotton harvest systems on irrigated cotton: economic returns. Applied Engineering in Agriculture 27(4): 515-522.
  6. Faulkner, W.B., J.D. Wanjura, E.F. Hequet, R.K. Boman, B.W. Shaw, and C.B. Parnell. 2011. Evaluation of modern cotton harvest systems on irrigated cotton: yarn quality. Applied Engineering in Agriculture 27(4): 523-532.
  7. Borhan, M.S., S.C. Capareda, S. Mukhtar, W.B. Faulkner, R. McGee and C.B. Parnell. 2011. Greenhouse gas emissions from ground level area sources in dairy and cattle feedyard operations. Atmosphere 2(3): 303-329. doi: 10.3390/atmos2030303.
  8. Faulkner, W.B., E.F. Hequet, J.D. Wanjura, and R.K. Boman. 2012. Relationships of cotton fiber properties to ring-spun yarn quality on selected High Plains cottons. Textile Research Journal 82(4): 400-414.
  9. Borhan, M.S., S. Capareda, S. Mukhtar, W.B. Faulkner, R. McGee, and C.B. Parnell. 2012. Comparison of seasonal phenol and p-cresol emissions from ground level area sources in a dairy operation in Central Texas. Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association 62(4): 381-392.
  10. Faulkner, W.B. and S.C. Capareda. 2012. Effects of sweeping depth on particulate matter emissions from almond harvest operations. Atmospheric Pollution Research 3(2): 219-225. doi:10.5094/APR.2012.024.
  11. Samarasinghe,  N., S. Fernando, R. Lacey, and W.B. Faulkner. Algal cell rupture using high pressure homogenization as a prelude to oil extraction renewable energy. Renewable Energy.  In press.
  12. Faulkner, W.B. and J.S. Haglund. 2012. Flattening coefficients for oleic acid droplets on treated glass slides. Aerosol Science and Technology 46: 828-832.