Analysis of the Mathematical Model of the Spray Dose Applied by the Field Sprayer Nozzles

Karol Garbiak 1  and Jan Jurga 1
  • 1 Department of Construction and Usage of Technical Devices, West Pomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin

Abstract

The article presents analysis of the mathematical model for determination of a momentary dose of spray applied by the field sprayer nozzles which move on the curve with the forward speed the value of which may differ from the speed accepted for regulation. Regulation speed and regulation dose, real forward speed of a sprayer, angular velocity during the curve movement, and the coefficient of the nozzle location towards the axis of the sprayer turn are independent variables in the suggested model. Based on the mathematical model, plots were drawn and analyses of relation of the spray dose to particular variables were carried out including inter alia, a repeated field spray, application of a dose which considerably differs from the regulation dose and diversity of the dose on the working width of the sprayer.

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