Standard

Classification of spray nozzles based on droplet size distributions and wind tunnel tests. / De Schampheleire, M; Spanoghe, P; Nuyttens, D; Baetens, K; Cornelis, W; Gabriels, D; Van der Meeren, P.

Proceedings 58th International Symposium on Crop Protection. Vol. 71 2a. ed. 2006. blz. 201-207 (Communications in Agricultural and Applied Biological Sciences; Vol. 71, No. 2a).

Onderzoeksoutput: Hoofdstuk in Boek/Rapport/CongresprocedureC1: Artikels in proceedings van wetenschappelijke congressen, die niet inbegrepen zijn in A1, A2, A3 of P1Onderzoek

Harvard

De Schampheleire, M, Spanoghe, P, Nuyttens, D, Baetens, K, Cornelis, W, Gabriels, D & Van der Meeren, P 2006, Classification of spray nozzles based on droplet size distributions and wind tunnel tests. in Proceedings 58th International Symposium on Crop Protection. 2a edn, vol. 71, Communications in Agricultural and Applied Biological Sciences, nr. 2a, vol. 71, blz. 201-207.

APA

De Schampheleire, M., Spanoghe, P., Nuyttens, D., Baetens, K., Cornelis, W., Gabriels, D., & Van der Meeren, P. (2006). Classification of spray nozzles based on droplet size distributions and wind tunnel tests. In Proceedings 58th International Symposium on Crop Protection (2a ed., Vol. 71, blz. 201-207). (Communications in Agricultural and Applied Biological Sciences; Vol. 71, No. 2a).

Vancouver

De Schampheleire M, Spanoghe P, Nuyttens D, Baetens K, Cornelis W, Gabriels D et al. Classification of spray nozzles based on droplet size distributions and wind tunnel tests. In Proceedings 58th International Symposium on Crop Protection. 2a ed. Vol. 71. 2006. blz. 201-207. (Communications in Agricultural and Applied Biological Sciences; 2a).

Author

De Schampheleire, M ; Spanoghe, P ; Nuyttens, D ; Baetens, K ; Cornelis, W ; Gabriels, D ; Van der Meeren, P. / Classification of spray nozzles based on droplet size distributions and wind tunnel tests. Proceedings 58th International Symposium on Crop Protection. Vol. 71 2a. ed. 2006. blz. 201-207 (Communications in Agricultural and Applied Biological Sciences; 2a).

Bibtex

@inbook{d1c9f54933fa49d1b43e7659f690986d,
title = "Classification of spray nozzles based on droplet size distributions and wind tunnel tests",
abstract = "Droplet size distribution of a pesticide spray is recognised as a main factor affecting spray drift. As a first approximation, nozzles can be classified based on their droplet size spectrum. However, the risk of drift for a given droplet size distribution is also a function of spray structure, droplet velocities and entrained air conditions. Wind tunnel tests to determine actual drift potentials of the different nozzles have been proposed as a method of adding an indication of the risk of spray drift to the existing classification based on droplet size distributions (Miller et al, 1995). In this research wind tunnel tests were performed in the wind tunnel of the International Centre for Eremology (I.C.E.), Ghent University, to determine the drift potential of different types and sizes of nozzles at various spray pressures. Flat Fan (F) nozzles Hardi ISO 110 02, 110 03, 110 04, 110 06; Low-Drift (LD) nozzles Hardi ISO 110 02, 110 03, 110 04 and Injet Air Inclusion (AI) nozzles Hardi ISO 110 02, 110 03, 110 04 were tested at a spray pressures of 2, 3 and 4 bar. The droplet size spectra of the F and the LD nozzles were measured with a Malvern Mastersizer at spray pressures 2 bar, 3 bar and 4 bar. The Malvern spectra were used to calculate the Volume Median Diameters (VMD) of the sprays.",
author = "{De Schampheleire}, M and P Spanoghe and D Nuyttens and K Baetens and W Cornelis and D Gabriels and {Van der Meeren}, P",
year = "2006",
language = "English",
volume = "71",
series = "Communications in Agricultural and Applied Biological Sciences",
number = "2a",
pages = "201--207",
booktitle = "Proceedings 58th International Symposium on Crop Protection",
edition = "2a",

}

RIS

TY - CHAP

T1 - Classification of spray nozzles based on droplet size distributions and wind tunnel tests

AU - De Schampheleire, M

AU - Spanoghe, P

AU - Nuyttens, D

AU - Baetens, K

AU - Cornelis, W

AU - Gabriels, D

AU - Van der Meeren, P

PY - 2006

Y1 - 2006

N2 - Droplet size distribution of a pesticide spray is recognised as a main factor affecting spray drift. As a first approximation, nozzles can be classified based on their droplet size spectrum. However, the risk of drift for a given droplet size distribution is also a function of spray structure, droplet velocities and entrained air conditions. Wind tunnel tests to determine actual drift potentials of the different nozzles have been proposed as a method of adding an indication of the risk of spray drift to the existing classification based on droplet size distributions (Miller et al, 1995). In this research wind tunnel tests were performed in the wind tunnel of the International Centre for Eremology (I.C.E.), Ghent University, to determine the drift potential of different types and sizes of nozzles at various spray pressures. Flat Fan (F) nozzles Hardi ISO 110 02, 110 03, 110 04, 110 06; Low-Drift (LD) nozzles Hardi ISO 110 02, 110 03, 110 04 and Injet Air Inclusion (AI) nozzles Hardi ISO 110 02, 110 03, 110 04 were tested at a spray pressures of 2, 3 and 4 bar. The droplet size spectra of the F and the LD nozzles were measured with a Malvern Mastersizer at spray pressures 2 bar, 3 bar and 4 bar. The Malvern spectra were used to calculate the Volume Median Diameters (VMD) of the sprays.

AB - Droplet size distribution of a pesticide spray is recognised as a main factor affecting spray drift. As a first approximation, nozzles can be classified based on their droplet size spectrum. However, the risk of drift for a given droplet size distribution is also a function of spray structure, droplet velocities and entrained air conditions. Wind tunnel tests to determine actual drift potentials of the different nozzles have been proposed as a method of adding an indication of the risk of spray drift to the existing classification based on droplet size distributions (Miller et al, 1995). In this research wind tunnel tests were performed in the wind tunnel of the International Centre for Eremology (I.C.E.), Ghent University, to determine the drift potential of different types and sizes of nozzles at various spray pressures. Flat Fan (F) nozzles Hardi ISO 110 02, 110 03, 110 04, 110 06; Low-Drift (LD) nozzles Hardi ISO 110 02, 110 03, 110 04 and Injet Air Inclusion (AI) nozzles Hardi ISO 110 02, 110 03, 110 04 were tested at a spray pressures of 2, 3 and 4 bar. The droplet size spectra of the F and the LD nozzles were measured with a Malvern Mastersizer at spray pressures 2 bar, 3 bar and 4 bar. The Malvern spectra were used to calculate the Volume Median Diameters (VMD) of the sprays.

M3 - C1: Articles in proceedings

VL - 71

T3 - Communications in Agricultural and Applied Biological Sciences

SP - 201

EP - 207

BT - Proceedings 58th International Symposium on Crop Protection

ER -