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Verification of a mathematical model for a passive spray boom suspension


Journal of Agricultural Engineering Research 34(3): 245-255
Verification of a mathematical model for a passive spray boom suspension
A mathematical model, described in Journal of Agricultural Engineering Research 1982, 27 (1) 61-70, of the response of a universal twin link boom suspension to a roll input was extended to include the response to a yaw input.

Accession: 001507254

DOI: 10.1016/s0021-8634(86)80022-1

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