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Basic studies on design theories of agricultural wheels (part 3) - analyses of installing angle of lug trailing side



Basic studies on design theories of agricultural wheels (part 3) - analyses of installing angle of lug trailing side



Journal of the Japanese Society of Agricultural Machinery 53(2): 3-11



The design theories for the optimum lug location were obtained with a view to improving wheel performance.

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