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Size spectrum of tillers for grain crops seedbed preparation  [2012]

Yakovlev, N.S., Public corporation "Siberia Agroindustrial House"; Dokin, B.D., Siberia Research and Development Inst. of Engineering and Electrification of Agriculture, Novosibirsk Region (Russian Federation);

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Size standard calculation of tillage equipment is presented. The working width of the implement determines the size standard basis. The main parameters are the tine size and the distance between two adjacent tines rows, i.e., the tines number of an individual implement. The main unification component is a roller as the most labor-intensive implement component. The design of new equipment and the upgrading of existing machinery, besides the above mentioned parameters, suppose the unification of the following assemblages: the design of the middle part of tiller frame, roller attachment mechanisms, mounted and trailed devices; wings lifting mechanisms; the mechanisms of depth adjustment and motion stabilization. With the use of that calculation method the following mounted implements have been developed: Lider-6.5N, Lider-7.2N, Lider-7.2, Lider-10.8. A distinctive feature of the new implements is three-row layout of the tillage tools. That feature enables operating on the fields with higher moisture content and heavy weed infestation. In addition, the number of furrows made by the rear tines row was reduced from 10 to 6. New installation brackets on the back bar of the frame has been used, that enables making all the rollers of one standard size. The described implements differ by tine number and the size of side movable frames only. The new tillage implements Lider-6.5N, Lider-7.2N, Lider-7.2, Lider-10.8 are highly unified. The use of Lider-7.2N coupled with
SZP-3.6 seeder on the "Kilchug" farm of the Krasnoyarsk Region enabled saving 560 thousand RUR from the tilled area of 800 ha.

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Bulletin of Altai State Agrarian University

ISSN : 1996-4277