Simulation of the Pneumatic System of a Seed Drill with a Vertical Flow Direction
The purpose of the work is to reveal the influence of conical directing agents on the speed and trajectory of particles movement in the vertical pneumatic conduit of the sowing machine and to establish their rational parameters. With the help of numerical modeling the particle flight trajectories in the air flow were obtained. The carried out researches have shown expediency of application of the conical directing agent, allowing to take away a longitudinal stream of particles from walls of a pneumatic conduit and to centre their trajectories of movement along an axis of a pneumatic conduit. Particles are focused to the center of the distributor when the distributor covers the area of pneumatic conduit cross-section close to 25%.
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