Standard

Comparison between drift test bench results and other drift assessment techniques. / Nuyttens, David; Zwertvaegher, Ingrid; Dekeyser, Donald.

Aspects of Applied Biology: International Advances in Pesticide Application. ed. / P G Andersen; P Balsari; P I Carpenter; S E Cooper; C R Glass; B Magri; P C H Miller; C Mountford-Smith; T H Robinson; D Stock; W A Taylor; J van de Zande. Vol. 122 Association of Applied Biologists, 2014. blz. 293-301.

Onderzoeksoutput: Hoofdstuk in Boek/Rapport/CongresprocedureC1: Artikels in proceedings van wetenschappelijke congressen, die niet inbegrepen zijn in A1, A2, A3 of P1Onderzoekpeer review

Harvard

Nuyttens, D, Zwertvaegher, I & Dekeyser, D 2014, Comparison between drift test bench results and other drift assessment techniques. in PG Andersen, P Balsari, PI Carpenter, SE Cooper, CR Glass, B Magri, PCH Miller, C Mountford-Smith, TH Robinson, D Stock, WA Taylor & J van de Zande (eds), Aspects of Applied Biology: International Advances in Pesticide Application. vol. 122, Association of Applied Biologists, blz. 293-301, Oxford, Verenigd Koninkrijk, 8/01/14.

APA

Nuyttens, D., Zwertvaegher, I., & Dekeyser, D. (2014). Comparison between drift test bench results and other drift assessment techniques. In P. G. Andersen, P. Balsari, P. I. Carpenter, S. E. Cooper, C. R. Glass, B. Magri, P. C. H. Miller, C. Mountford-Smith, T. H. Robinson, D. Stock, W. A. Taylor, ... J. van de Zande (editors), Aspects of Applied Biology: International Advances in Pesticide Application (Vol. 122, blz. 293-301). Association of Applied Biologists.

Vancouver

Nuyttens D, Zwertvaegher I, Dekeyser D. Comparison between drift test bench results and other drift assessment techniques. In Andersen PG, Balsari P, Carpenter PI, Cooper SE, Glass CR, Magri B, Miller PCH, Mountford-Smith C, Robinson TH, Stock D, Taylor WA, van de Zande J, editors, Aspects of Applied Biology: International Advances in Pesticide Application. Vol. 122. Association of Applied Biologists. 2014. blz. 293-301

Author

Nuyttens, David ; Zwertvaegher, Ingrid ; Dekeyser, Donald. / Comparison between drift test bench results and other drift assessment techniques. Aspects of Applied Biology: International Advances in Pesticide Application. editor / P G Andersen ; P Balsari ; P I Carpenter ; S E Cooper ; C R Glass ; B Magri ; P C H Miller ; C Mountford-Smith ; T H Robinson ; D Stock ; W A Taylor ; J van de Zande. Vol. 122 Association of Applied Biologists, 2014. blz. 293-301

Bibtex

@inbook{c41af7057cd44828b017a9ca23e3b205,
title = "Comparison between drift test bench results and other drift assessment techniques",
abstract = "The effects of application speed, boom height and spray characteristics on drift reduction potentials were measured using a drift test bench ISO/FDIS 22369-3 under controlled indoor conditions using a fully automated spray track. The results were compared with those from other drift assessment means. Tests confirmed the already known effects of nozzle type, spray pressure and boom height on drift potential with drift reduction potential values ranging from -127.7{\%} up to 93.7{\%}. A good correlation between drift reduction potentials from the test bench (DRPB) and the wind tunnel measurements (DRPW) was found which was less the case for the field experiments (DRPF). In addition, a good correlation between V75 and DRPB was found with an R² of 0.93. By presenting spray deposition curves on the test bench as a function of time between passing of the spray and uncovering the collectors, the effect of speed on drift potential was assessed which was in contrast with the field drift measurements probably because of the limited wake effects. This approach should be further investigated with real sprayers and with an adapted methodology (actuator position, test bench length).",
author = "David Nuyttens and Ingrid Zwertvaegher and Donald Dekeyser",
year = "2014",
language = "English",
isbn = "0265-1491",
volume = "122",
pages = "293--301",
editor = "Andersen, {P G} and P Balsari and Carpenter, {P I} and Cooper, {S E} and Glass, {C R} and B Magri and Miller, {P C H} and C Mountford-Smith and Robinson, {T H} and D Stock and Taylor, {W A} and {van de Zande}, J",
booktitle = "Aspects of Applied Biology",
publisher = "Association of Applied Biologists",
address = "United Kingdom",

}

RIS

TY - CHAP

T1 - Comparison between drift test bench results and other drift assessment techniques

AU - Nuyttens, David

AU - Zwertvaegher, Ingrid

AU - Dekeyser, Donald

PY - 2014

Y1 - 2014

N2 - The effects of application speed, boom height and spray characteristics on drift reduction potentials were measured using a drift test bench ISO/FDIS 22369-3 under controlled indoor conditions using a fully automated spray track. The results were compared with those from other drift assessment means. Tests confirmed the already known effects of nozzle type, spray pressure and boom height on drift potential with drift reduction potential values ranging from -127.7% up to 93.7%. A good correlation between drift reduction potentials from the test bench (DRPB) and the wind tunnel measurements (DRPW) was found which was less the case for the field experiments (DRPF). In addition, a good correlation between V75 and DRPB was found with an R² of 0.93. By presenting spray deposition curves on the test bench as a function of time between passing of the spray and uncovering the collectors, the effect of speed on drift potential was assessed which was in contrast with the field drift measurements probably because of the limited wake effects. This approach should be further investigated with real sprayers and with an adapted methodology (actuator position, test bench length).

AB - The effects of application speed, boom height and spray characteristics on drift reduction potentials were measured using a drift test bench ISO/FDIS 22369-3 under controlled indoor conditions using a fully automated spray track. The results were compared with those from other drift assessment means. Tests confirmed the already known effects of nozzle type, spray pressure and boom height on drift potential with drift reduction potential values ranging from -127.7% up to 93.7%. A good correlation between drift reduction potentials from the test bench (DRPB) and the wind tunnel measurements (DRPW) was found which was less the case for the field experiments (DRPF). In addition, a good correlation between V75 and DRPB was found with an R² of 0.93. By presenting spray deposition curves on the test bench as a function of time between passing of the spray and uncovering the collectors, the effect of speed on drift potential was assessed which was in contrast with the field drift measurements probably because of the limited wake effects. This approach should be further investigated with real sprayers and with an adapted methodology (actuator position, test bench length).

M3 - C1: Articles in proceedings

SN - 0265-1491

VL - 122

SP - 293

EP - 301

BT - Aspects of Applied Biology

A2 - Andersen, P G

A2 - Balsari, P

A2 - Carpenter, P I

A2 - Cooper, S E

A2 - Glass, C R

A2 - Magri, B

A2 - Miller, P C H

A2 - Mountford-Smith, C

A2 - Robinson, T H

A2 - Stock, D

A2 - Taylor, W A

A2 - van de Zande, J

PB - Association of Applied Biologists

ER -