THE FORMATION AND MANAGEMENT OF HARVEST AND TRANSPORT COMPLEXJournal: The Way of Science (Vol.1, No. 55)
Publication Date: 2018-09-28
Authors : Iovlev G.A. Goldina I.I.;
Page : 8-12
Keywords : management; optimization; probability theory; harvesting; methodology; yield; number of vehicles.;
This article summarizes the results of many years of research conducted by the staff of the Department of the Department of Service of Transport and Technological Machines and Equipment in Agro-Industrial Complex of the Ural State Agrarian University at a number of enterprises of the Sverdlovsk Region. Studies were performed with different methods, techniques, theories, methodologies, mathematical analysis, mathematical modeling, etc. Various designs of combine harvesters, technological schemes of threshing of grain crops, their features, advantages and disadvantages were investigated and analyzed. The work of the modernized threshing and separating device of the combine “ACROS-530” was studied and analyzed. The study also analyzed the results of testing combine harvesters (domestic and foreign) on the MIS of the Russian Federation. In this article, which is devoted to the operational optimization of the harvesting and transport complexes (HTC), the following was revealed: it is possible to determine the current crop yield in terms of the “time of filling the tanker”. According to this indicator, it is possible to determine the number of vehicles required to ensure optimal (without downtime) operation of the harvesting complex. Using the elements of probability theory (mathematical analysis), you can control the performance of the HTC. This technique can be used in almost all types of work on harvesting, fodder conservation. There are harvesting of grain, potatoes, vegetables, harvesting haylage, silage, corn, etc. According to the research results, the dependence of the yield on the time of filling the tanker was derived. After rapid determination of the yield, it is possible to determine the number of vehicles required to ensure optimal (without downtime) operation of the harvesting complex. Proper acquisition and management of the harvesting and transport complex affects the economic performance of the use of combine harvesters and vehicles for hauling.
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