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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Title: Modeling Drainage Tubing Installation Performance for Pull-Behind Plows Using Simulink

Authors
item Stauffer, Eric - FORD MOTOR COMPANY
item Brown, Larry - OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
item Fausey, Norman
item Knueven, Curtis - OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
item Fouss, James

Submitted to: ASAE Annual International Meeting
Publication Type: Other
Publication Acceptance Date: July 30, 2001
Publication Date: July 30, 2001
Citation: Stauffer, E., Brown, L.C., Fausey, N.R., Knueven, C., Fouss, J.L. 2001. Modeling drainage tubing installation performance for pull-behind plows using simulink. ASAE Annual International Meeting.

Technical Abstract: The overall purpose of the research is to evaluate the installation performance of subsurface drainage installation equipment. The Ohio State University and the USDA Agricultural Research Service (ARS) are working together to conduct this research. A pilot companion study was initiated to supplement, and possibly extend, our field data collection efforts. The simulation study focused on the Liebrecht Ditcher drainage plow, and follows that conducted in the 1970's by J.L. Fouss. Field installation data will be used to help calibrate and evaluate the simulation model. The simulation model will then allow us to evaluate drainage plow design and performance over a much larger possible range of site, topography, soil and operating conditions. The paper presents a summary of the modeling procedures.

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