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Vibrating breaking plow: design of an implement with vibration damper

, : Vibrating breaking plow: design of an implement with vibration damper. Rivista di Ingegneria Agraria 15(3): 176-182

The main problems in vibratory tillage implements are identified (fatigue, resonance, ergonomics).

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