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Chapter 4. Powered Tillage Equipment. Part I. Rotary Tillers
Published by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, St. Joseph, Michigan www.asabe.orgCitation: Published in Advances in Soil Dynamics Volume 3 Chapter 4, Part I, pp. 361-378 ( Copyright 2009 American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers ) .(doi:10.13031/2013.26878)
Authors: Takashi Kataoka
Keywords: History of the Rotary Tiller, Components of a Tractor-Mounted Rotary Tiller and Its Operating Conditions, Characteristics of Rotary Tillers with C-Shaped Blades, Reverse-Rotational Rotary Tillers, Rotary Blade, Particle Kinetics Model, Rigid Body Kinetics Model.
Abstract [First paragraphs]: Powered tillage equipment can be classified as rotary tillers, crank tillers, and vibratory tillers. Rotary tillers contain powered straight shafts whereas crank tillers and vibratory tillers contain powered crank mechanisms. Crank tillers are equipped with either tines or blades (in which case they are called spading machines). The most common type of vibratory tiller is the vibratory subsoiler, which is discussed in Part II of this chapter.(Download PDF) (Export to EndNotes)