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Performance Analysis of Electronic Control System for Weeding Implement such as Slope Land
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 Title & Authors
Performance Analysis of Electronic Control System for Weeding Implement such as Slope Land
Park, Won-Yeop; Hong, Sung-Ha; Lee, Jae Min; Lee, Sang-Sik;
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 Abstract
This study was conducted to develop electronic control system of weeding implement that can operated at various areas such as slope land and inclined road side. The weeding implement consists of five main parts; the electronic control system, the hydraulic system, the main frame, the boom and arm mechanism, and the rotary type weeder. And the weeding implement was developed to be attached by three-point hitch of tractor considering the use of electronic control system. As a result, the electronic control test was conducted with the weeding implement attached to tractor in slope land. The results of the electronic control system test showed satisfactory weeding performance.
 Keywords
Weeding implement;Electronic control system;Slope land;Hydraulic system;Three-point hitch;
 Language
Korean
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