Since the release of the SEDIMOT II model, the Agricultural Engineering Department has taught approximately 300 consulting and mining engineers, reclamation specialists, government agency personnel, and academia. The program is being used on all types of computer systems, company owned as well as time sharing vendors. Over 50 firms are using the HP3000 system of the College of Agriculture at the University of Kentucky under arrangements with the Institute for Mining and Minerals Research, Office of Informational Services and Technical Liaison.
Logsdon, David S. and Warner, Richard C., "File Editing on the HP3000 for the SEDIMOT II Computer Model" (1983). Agricultural Engineering Extension Updates. 58.