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Control for mechanized level basins


, : Control for mechanized level basins. Paper, American Society of Agricultural Engineers (86-2111): 15

Eight mechanized level-basin irrigation systems ranging in size from 26 ha with 23 basins to 94 ha with 18 basins have been installed in S.W. Arizona, USA in the last 10 years. Requirements of the control system for the gate are listed. Electrical/mechanical control units were more reliable and easier to use than AC-powered electronic controllers, though the latter were more flexible.

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