Performance assessment of orchard sprayers, Part 3: CFD modelling

A M Endalew, Donald Dekeyser, Tim Goossens, Nico Hendrickx, David Nuyttens, Pieter Verboven

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    Orchard sprayers that effectively maintain the balance between maximizing biological efficacy and minimizing environmental contamination are in need. In order to address some of the orchard spraying issues (e.g. spray uniformity on the target, optimizing biological efficacy, avoiding excessive residue and reducing spray drift, etc), a project was started in 2009 in Flanders, Belgium. The project was started to develop an interactive and user friendly software to understand and improve the application of plant protection products in orchards. It includes a controlled machine characterization (Part 1), field trials (Part 2) and CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) model development (Part 3). This abstract presents the results of the CFD model that represents the controlled laboratory air and spray flow measurements.
    TaalEngels
    TitelProceedings 11th Workshop on Sustainable Plant Protection Techniques in Fruit Growing
    Datum2011
    Pagina's38-39
    StatusGepubliceerd - 2011
    Evenement11th Workshop on Sustainable Plant Protection Techniques in Fruit Growing (2012) - Bergerac, Frankrijk
    Duur: 8-jun-201110-jun-2012

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