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A mobile laboratory for the analysis of the tractor-implement-soil interactions. Part 3: Comparison between methodologies to evaluate the power adsorbed by implements


Rivista di Ingegneria Agraria 27(4): 193-197
A mobile laboratory for the analysis of the tractor-implement-soil interactions. Part 3: Comparison between methodologies to evaluate the power adsorbed by implements
This paper compares 2 methodologies for the evaluation of the power absorbed by 3 soil tillage implements: a 3 furrow reversible plough (half-mounted), a disc harrow (drawn) and a spring loaded tine cultivator (mounted). These power values are calculated as products of useable traction force (Wa1) by the work speed and also through the characteristic curves of the laboratory engine (Wa2e), on the basis of specific fuel consumption.

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