# DESIGN PARAMETERS FOR AG. MACHINES Flashcards

The power required to draw an

implement can be determined by ___

a. multiplying the drawbar forces with

the velocity of the implement.

b. multiplying the specific draft of the

implement with the drawbar force of the

implement.

c. dividing the drawbar force with the

velocity of the implement.

d. None of the above

multiplying the drawbar forces with

the velocity of the implement.

The effective area of the plow that is

in contact with the soil can be computed

by ______

a. multiplying the drawbar force with

the specific draft of the soil.

b. dividing the drawbar forces with the

specific draft of the soil.

c. multiplying the specific draft of th soil

with the speed of the plow.

d. None of the above

dividing the drawbar forces with the

specific draft of the soil.

It is the actual rate of work of an

implement in hectares per hour divided

by the theoretical rate of work of the

implement.

a. Mechanical efficiency

b. Field efficiency

c. Throughput efficiency

d. None of the above

Field efficiency

Transmission efficiency is the ratio

of the axle power output of the driven

shaft to the _____

a. axle power input of the driver

shaft.

b. axle power input of the driven

shaft

c. power generated at the shafts axle

d. None of the above

axle power input of the driver

shaft.

Axle power is a function of ____

a. axle torque and rpm

b. axle torque and axle load

c. axle load and rpm

c. None of the above

axle load and rpm

Number of hills the seeder can plant for

a given area is a function of _______

a. Plant and row spacing

b. Percentage germination and emergence

c. All of the above

d. None of the above

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The number of row attachment of

seeder can be determined from the

computed width of the seeder attachment

divided by ___

a. Plant spacing

b. Row spacing

c. Plant and row spacing

d. None of the above

Row spacing

The width of seeder can be determined

from the field capacity of the machine

divided by the ______.

a. Travel velocity of the machine

b. Number of seed planted

c. Number of rows of seeder

d. None of the above

Travel velocity of the machine