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Effect of the knife cutting edge type of the active cutting mechanism of the pick-up trailer on the energy consumption during the cutting process



Effect of the knife cutting edge type of the active cutting mechanism of the pick-up trailer on the energy consumption during the cutting process



Roczniki Nauk Rolniczych Seria C, Technika Rolnicza 78(2): 151-160



The aim of the tests was to determine the effect of the type of knife cutting edge of the active cutting mechanism of a pick-up trailer on the energy consumption during the straw cutting process. The methods and results of the tests are presented. It was found that the type of knife cutting edge significantly affects energy consumption.

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