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The Design and Analysis of Self—Balancing Adjustment Implement Leveling Control System

Abstract : This article analyzed the shortcomings of the present laser land leveling machine, when it works on the uneven land. A self-balancing adjustment control system is proposed, which attempt to expand the implement level control, so as to improve and enhance the leveling precision and efficiency. This system can automatically keep the agricultural implements balance when it works in the uneven land. Real-time roll angle of the implement was obtained be a gyroscope sensor, which fixed on the center of the implement. The controller actuate the magnetic valve according to the real-time roll angle of the implement. This study provides a method for auto leveling controlling system of agricultural implement. Which can improve the flatness of the land. With this control system, the absolute roll angle of the implement, which worked on a 15° slope land has decreased 47.8%, the relative improvement is 18.6%, and the land altitude intercept is less than 1%.
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Qingfeng Yang, Yehua Shang, Siyu Liu, Fujie Zhang, Yue Cong, et al.. The Design and Analysis of Self—Balancing Adjustment Implement Leveling Control System. 11th International Conference on Computer and Computing Technologies in Agriculture (CCTA), Aug 2017, Jilin, China. pp.507-516, ⟨10.1007/978-3-030-06137-1_47⟩. ⟨hal-02124237⟩

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