Industrial Engineering & Management

ISSN: 2169-0316

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William jones

University of agriculture sciences, Chicago, United States

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    Vibrating Dual Bent-Share Cultivator
    Author(s): William jones*

    In this research, the suitability of a vibrating dual bent share cultivator was studied. Therefore, an eccentric pin slider mechanism was designed to vibrate the 2 shanks laterally, employing a tractor power takeoff. this study investigates the sector performance of the vibrating dual bent share cultivator with three different vibration frequencies (0, 0.88, and a couple of Hz) during a clay loam soil at two working depths (100 and 200 mm) and having a water content of a 0.7 or 0.9 plastic limit. rock bottom values of the draught, specific draught, and MWD were recorded at a vibration frequency of two Hz and a working depth of 100 mm. The draught force, specific draught, and MWD of the non-vibration implement were reduced by employing a vibration frequency of two Hz. The coefficient of determination and F values proved that the vibration frequency was simpler than the soil water conte.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2169-0316.2021.10.103

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