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Title: Properties of the sugar beet tops during the harvest
Authors: Bulgakov, V. M.
Adamchuk, V. V.
Nozdrovicky, L.
Boris, M.
Ihnatiev, Yevhen
Ігнатьєв, Євген Ігорович
Игнатьев, Евгений Игоревич
Keywords: sugar beet
sugar beet tops
structure
properties
harvesting
hardness
Issue Date: 2016
Series/Report no.: Proceeding of 6th International Conference on Trends in Agricultural Engineering (Prague, 7-9 September 2016);
Abstract: All methods of sugar beet tops separation from the roots are based on the difference in the placement tops and root crops relative to the soil surface and their relative placement. Separation of tops residues after cutting is based on the various strength of sugar beet heads and leaves. The aim of the study is to determine the optimal method of mechanical impact on the beet tops in order to improve the quality of its harvest process. To study the form and structure of the sugar beet stalks there was used cuttings used photo-shoot overlaid by coordinate grids. For determine the hardness of various zones was used specially designed hardness tester. Impact action on the root crops head was investigated by a special laboratory facility. As a result of experimental studies there were obtained a new data characterizing the structure, shape and strength of the various zones of the root crops head and leaves with the aim to study the possibilities of effective mechanical destruction of leaves and subsequent separation of them from the head.
URI: http://elar.tsatu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/3779
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