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The effects of tire inflation pressure on soil stresses


, : The effects of tire inflation pressure on soil stresses. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 91-1062): 13pp

Soil stress states were calculated under a tractor tyre operated at 4 different inflation pressures and 1 dynamic load. Peak soil stresses increased with increasing inflation pressure in a Norfolk sandy loam, but showed no similar trend in a Decatur clay loam.

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