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Title: Experimental investigation of the work of a ploughing aggregate, operating according to the system "push-pull"
Authors: Bulgakov, Volodymyr
Булгаков, Володимир Михайлович
Булгаков, Владимир Михайлович
Ivanovs, S.
Arak, M.
Kuvachov, Volodymyr
Кувачов, Володимир Петрович
Кувачев, Владимир Петрович
Shymko, L.
Bandura, V.
Keywords: ploughing
system "push-pull"
Issue Date: 2018
Series/Report no.: Agronomy Research;Vol. 16, is. 5. ( Р. 1950-1959)
Abstract: The use of ploughing machine-and-tractor aggregates, operating according to the principle of - , finds increasing application in the world since it allows ensuring the stability of the movement and the depth of ploughing, reduction of the energy indicators. The aim of this experimental study is to determine under field conditions the dynamic and operational technological parameters of the ploughing machine-and-tractor aggregate, operating according to the - system. This aggregate was an integral ploughing-tillage wheeled HTZ 16131 tractor, in front of which there was mounted a two-bottom plough, and at the rear four-bottom ploughs. This aggregate has satisfactory path parameters of the movement during the execution of the technological process of ploughing. The oscillations of the furrow path for this aggregate are of a low-frequency nature and are concentrated in a rather narrow frequency range (0 50 m-1). At the operating speed of 2.0 m s-1 it is 0 0.16 Hz. The maximum value of the mutual correlation function between the input impact (the turning angle of the driven wheels of the aggregating tractor) and the output value its relative bearing is positive and reaches a value of 0.88. Stability of the ploughing depth for the aggregate according to the + scheme is 1.65 cm2, which is 1.98 cm2)
URI: http://elar.tsatu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/6495
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