Principles Of Farm Machinery

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Publisher CBS Publications All Agricultural Engineering books by CBS Publications
ISBN 9788123909776
Author: R. A. Kepner, Roy Bainer, E. L. Barger
Number of Pages 542
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Principles Of Farm Machinery by R. A. Kepner, Roy Bainer, E. L. Barger
Book Summary:

The primary objective in preparing a new edition of Principles of Farm Machinery at this time was to incorporate SI (metric) units of measure. Engineering colleges and schools in many universities are moving rapidly toward the use of the SI system in teaching engineering courses. In this Third Edition U.S. customary units are also shown in most places because responses to a questionnaire sent to all agricultural engineering departments in the United States and Canada were overwhelmingly in favor of the dual-unit presentation. Customary units have been omitted in some places where the significance of the numbers is in their relative values rather than their absolute magnitudes or where including dual units would unduly complicate the presentation of a graph. Problems have only SI units.


Audience of the Book :
This book will be useful for agriculture students.

Table of Contents:

1. Research and Development in Farm Machinery

2. Implement Types, Field Capacities, and Costs

3. Mechanical Power Transmission and Power-Take-Off Drives

4. Hydraulic Power Transmission and Implement Controls

5. Soil Tillage and Dynamics

6. Moldboard Plows

7. Disk Implements

8. Hitch Systems and Hitching Tillage Implements

9. Chisel-type and Multipowered Tillage Implements

10. Crop Planting

11. Row-Crop Cultivation, Flaming, and Thinning

12. Applying Fertilizers and Granular Pesticides

13. Spraying and Dusting

14. Hay Harvesting: Cutting, Conditioning, and Windrowing

15. Packaging and Handling Hay

16. Forage Chopping and Handling

17. Grain and Seed Harvesting

18. Corn Picking and Shelling

19. Cotton Harvesting

20. Root Crop Harvesting

21. Fruit and Vegetable Harvesting and Handling

22. Appendices

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