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Title: Technologies of supporting decision in understanding conditions for projecting technological processes
Authors: Brovarets, O. O.
Kovbasa, V. P.
Affiliation: Kyiv Cooperative Institute of Business and Law
Vinnytsia National Agrarian University
Bibliographic description (Ukraine): Brovarets O. O. Technologies of supporting decision in understanding conditions for projecting technological processes / O. O. Brovarets, V. P. Kovbasa // Econtechmod. — Lviv : University of Engineering and Economics in Rzeszow, 2019. — Vol 8. — No 3. — P. 25–32.
Bibliographic description (International): Brovarets O. O. Technologies of supporting decision in understanding conditions for projecting technological processes / O. O. Brovarets, V. P. Kovbasa // Econtechmod. — Lviv : University of Engineering and Economics in Rzeszow, 2019. — Vol 8. — No 3. — P. 25–32.
Is part of: Econtechmod, 3 (8), 2019
Econtechmod, 3 (8), 2019
Journal/Collection: Econtechmod
Issue: 3
Volume: 8
Issue Date: 20-Mar-2019
Publisher: University of Engineering and Economics in Rzeszow
Place of the edition/event: Львів
Lviv
Keywords: information and technical system
local operational monitoring
soil
samples
variability
size
research
Number of pages: 8
Page range: 25-32
Start page: 25
End page: 32
Abstract: Modern agriculture involves the implementation of a particular technological operation, according to the appropriate map-task, which is developed pre-based on diverse information. Knowledge of a certain structure of soil cover variability, obtained using information and technical systems of local operational monitoring of the agrobiological state of agricultural lands, allows us to adopt effective operational decisions for efficient managemen tagrobiological potential of agricultural lands. Obviously, under such conditions, there is a need for fundamentally new approaches to agricultural production, which is to ensure the proper quality of technological operations. The quality of the implementation of technological operations is an integral indicator of the efficiency of production of agricultural products within the agrobiological field. The necessary quality of implementation of the basic technological processes in plant growing is provided by the integrated information and technical systems of operational monitoring of the agrobiological state of agricultural lands. This opens new prospects for organic farming using such “smart” agricultural machines. In connection with this, the task is to obtain reliable data on the agrobiological state of the soil environment by reducing the error in determining the magnitude of the electrical conductive properties of the soil, providing individual stabilization of the working electrodes and the mechanism of lifting / lowering the working electrodes, copying inequalities of the soil environment, reducing the intensity of the destruction of the soil structure , self-cleaning of the working contact of the electrode and ensuring the stability of the electrical contact of the electrode with the soil, by instrument design perfection. The task is achieved by using the information and technical system of operational monitoring of the soil environment of the structure to determine the conductive characteristics of the soil environment. The purpose of this research is to determine the critical loading at the loss of stability by thin-walled working electrodes made in the form of working electrodes of various shapes (thinwalled solid, three-spit and four-spindle discs with different thickness of the rim). Information and technical system of local-operational monitoring of agrobiological state of soil environment of different configurations with one-side compression.
URI: http://ena.lp.edu.ua:8080/handle/ntb/49588
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URL for reference material: http://www.veristech.com
http://agrotehnology.com/tochnoezemledelie/ideologi/o-chem-rasskazyvaetudelnaya-elektroprovodnost-pochvy
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2. Bagirov I. Z. 1963. Investigation of the deformation and resistance of soil to the wedge at different speeds. Author's abstract. dis Cand. tech Sciences: special 05/05/11 Minsk: Institute of Agriculture. 24 p.
3. Johnson Y., MillerP. 1979. Theory of plasticity for engineers. Per. from english M., Mashinostroenie. 568 p.
4. Kovbasa V. P. 2001. Simulation of the distribution of stresses in the soil under the action of deformers. Proceedings of the Tavria State Agrotechnical Academy. Melitopol: TDADA. 2. vol. 16. P. 123–127.
5. Kulen A., Kuipers H. 1986. Modern agricultural mechanics. M., Agropromizdat. 349 p.
6. Kushnarev A. S. 1980. Mechanic-technological bases of the process of vasimaction of working organs of soil cultivating machines and implements on soil: diss ... doc. tech Sciences: 05.20.01. Melitopol. 329 p.
7. Shukle, L. 1976. Rheological problems of soil mechanics. Moscow: Stroyizdat. 486 p.
8. Tsytovich, N. A. 1983. Mechanics of Soils. Moscow: Higher School. 288 p.
9. Vyalov S. S. 1978. Rheological Foundations of Soil Mechanics. M ., Whisper. School. 447 pp.
10. Ishlinsky A. Yu. 1986. Applied problems of mechanics. Book 1. Mechanics of visco-plastic and not quite elastic bodies. Moscow : Nauka. 360 p.
11. SW–Soil and Water. 2009. Relationship between pre-compaction stress and shear strength under confined and semi-confined loadings for a sandy loam soil. Biosystems Engineering Volume 102, Issue 2February 2009, Pages 219–226.
12. Research Paper: SW–Soil and Water. 2007. Numerical modelling of soil stress and pressure distribution on a flat tillage tool using computational fluid dynamics. DEM Biosystems Engineering Volume 97, Issue 3 July 2007, Pages 407–414.
13. Dynamic modeling of soil–tool interaction: An overview from a fluid flow perspective. In DEM Journal of Terramechanics. Volume 43, Issue 4October 2006, Pages 411–425.
14. Lurie A. I. 1970. The theory of elasticity. Moscow. 940 p.
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16. Medvedev V. V. 2007. Inhomogeneity of soils and precision agriculture. Part I. Introduction to the problem. Kharkiv Izd. Izd 13 printing house. 296 p.
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22. Wilcox G. G. 1947. Determination of electrical conductivity of soil solutions. In Soil Science. vol. 63. 107 p.
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26. Kopikova L. P. 1979. Experience in the application of conductivity methods for the compilation of detailed soil-melioration maps. Bulletin of VIUA. \No. 43. with. 21–23.
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32. Adamchuk V. V., Moyseenko V. K., Kravchuk V. I., Voytyuk D. G. 2002. Technique for future agriculture. In: Mechanization and electrification of agriculture. Glevakha: NSC "IMESG". Vol. 86. pp. 20–32.
33. Contemporary trends in the development of agricultural machinery designs. 2004. Ed. V. I. Kravchuk, M. I. Grytsyshina, S. M. Kovalya. Kyiv: Agrarian Science. 398 p.
34. Ormagy K. P. 1991. Quality control of field work. Moscow : Rosagropromizdat. 191 p.
35. Pontryagin L. S., Boltyansky V. G., Gamkrilidze R. V., Mishchenko E. F. 1983. Mathematical theory of optimal processes. Moscow : Science. 392 p.
36. Buracek V. G., Zheleznyak O. O., Zatserkovny V. I. 2011. Geoinformation analysis of spatial data. Nizhyn: Aspect-Polygraph Publishing Ltd. 440 p.
37. Masl I. P., Mironenko V. G. 1999. Automated system of locally-doped fertilizer and chemical plant protection products. UAAN: Developmentproduction. Kyiv : Agrarian Science. pp. 348–349.
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