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A nonlinear 3-D finite element analysis of soil forces on curved tillage tools



A nonlinear 3-D finite element analysis of soil forces on curved tillage tools



Canadian Agricultural Engineering 35(1): 11-15



A three-dimensional non-linear finite element model was used to study the effect of blade curvature on tillage tool draught. Two types of curved tool were considered. The hyperbolic constitutive model was used in the analysis.

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