His Geometry study typically links adjacent topics like Reduction (mathematics) and Product (mathematics). His Geometry research extends to Product (mathematics), which is thematically connected. His Mechanical engineering research spans across into fields like Agricultural engineering and Process engineering. Shaojin Wang performs integrative study on Agricultural engineering and Horticulture in his works. In his study, Shaojin Wang carries out multidisciplinary Horticulture and Postharvest research. He brings together Process engineering and Mechanical engineering to produce work in his papers. His work on PEST analysis is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Pyralidae. Pyralidae is closely attributed to Plodia interpunctella in his study. His Plodia interpunctella study frequently links to adjacent areas such as PEST analysis.
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Trends in microwave- related drying of fruits and vegetables
M. Zhang;J. Tang;A.S. Mujumdar;S. Wang.
Trends in Food Science and Technology (2006)
Dielectric Properties of Fruits and Insect Pests as related to Radio Frequency and Microwave Treatments
S. Wang;J. Tang;J.A. Johnson;E. Mitcham.
Biosystems Engineering (2003)
Physical, chemical and microbiological changes in stored green asparagus spears as affected by coating of silver nanoparticles-PVP
Jianshen An;Min Zhang;Shaojin Wang;Juming Tang.
Lwt - Food Science and Technology (2008)
High-temperature-short-time thermal quarantine methods
J. Tang;J.N. Ikediala;S. Wang;J.D. Hansen.
Postharvest Biology and Technology (2000)
Experimental and numerical studies on the heterogeneity of crop transpiration in a plastic tunnel
T. Boulard;S. Wang.
Computers and Electronics in Agriculture (2002)
Industrial-scale radio frequency treatments for insect control in walnuts: I: Heating uniformity and energy efficiency
S. Wang;M. Monzon;J.A. Johnson;E.J. Mitcham.
Postharvest Biology and Technology (2007)
Radio frequency treatments to control codling moth in in-shell walnuts
S Wang;J.N Ikediala;J Tang;J.D Hansen.
Postharvest Biology and Technology (2001)
Greenhouse crop transpiration simulation from external climate conditions
T. Boulard;S. Wang.
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (2000)
Permittivity and Measurements
V. Komarov;S. Wang;J. Tang.
Encyclopedia of RF and Microwave Engineering (2005)
Developing postharvest disinfestation treatments for legumes using radio frequency energy
S. Wang;G. Tiwari;S. Jiao;J.A. Johnson.
Biosystems Engineering (2010)
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