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Estimation of the operation, consumption of fuel and energy in the process of mechanized harvest of sugar beets


, : Estimation of the operation, consumption of fuel and energy in the process of mechanized harvest of sugar beets. Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Rolniczej im H Koataja w Krakowie, Mechanizacja i Energetyka Rolnictwa 9(244): 45-56

Experiments were carried out using various sugarbeet harvesters and transporters to determine fuel consumption, energy requirements and losses due to mechanical damage during and after harvesting. Results are tabulated.

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