Evaluating combine cylinder performance in wild rice harvest.

J. J. Boedicker, C. E. Schertz

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Abstract

Two methods suitable for standard combine harvesters are described. One involves the use of combines during actual harvest, the other a specially modified, stationary combine. The effect of 3 cylinder-related variables (material-other-than-grain rate, cylinder and concave type, cylinder speed) on overall performance was studied. Performance criteria are discussed, analysis procedures described and sample performance results obtained by both methods presented.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)10
JournalPaper, American Society of Agricultural Engineers
Issue number84-1589
StatePublished - 1984

Bibliographical note

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Keywords

  • rice
  • productivity
  • apparatus
  • Combine harvesters
  • equipment
  • Harvesting
  • performance
  • test procedure
  • testing

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