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PDPA Laser-based characterisation of agricultural spray nozzles. / Nuyttens, David; De Schampheleire, Mieke ; Baetens, Katrijn; Sonck, Bart.

In: Agricultural Engineering International: CIGR Journal, Vol. VIII, 2006, blz. Manuscript PM 06 024.

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Harvard

Nuyttens, D, De Schampheleire, M, Baetens, K & Sonck, B 2006, 'PDPA Laser-based characterisation of agricultural spray nozzles', Agricultural Engineering International: CIGR Journal, vol. VIII, blz. Manuscript PM 06 024.

APA

Nuyttens, D., De Schampheleire, M., Baetens, K., & Sonck, B. (2006). PDPA Laser-based characterisation of agricultural spray nozzles. Agricultural Engineering International: CIGR Journal, VIII, Manuscript PM 06 024.

Vancouver

Nuyttens D, De Schampheleire M, Baetens K, Sonck B. PDPA Laser-based characterisation of agricultural spray nozzles. Agricultural Engineering International: CIGR Journal. 2006;VIII:Manuscript PM 06 024.

Author

Nuyttens, David ; De Schampheleire, Mieke ; Baetens, Katrijn ; Sonck, Bart. / PDPA Laser-based characterisation of agricultural spray nozzles. In: Agricultural Engineering International: CIGR Journal. 2006 ; Vol. VIII. blz. Manuscript PM 06 024.

Bibtex

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title = "PDPA Laser-based characterisation of agricultural spray nozzles",
abstract = "Characterising agricultural sprays is a critical factor when investigating and predicting the spray drift, deposition on plants, spray coverage and biological efficacy. Hence to underpin a research project to predict spray drift, a measuring protocol to enable consistent characterisation of spray from nozzles used in agriculture using a Phase Doppler Particle Analyser (PDPA) was developed. The set-up measures droplet sizes and velocities based on light-scattering principles.It comprises a controlled climate room, a spray unit, a three-dimensional automated positioningsystem, and an Aerometrics PDPA 1D system.",
author = "David Nuyttens and {De Schampheleire}, Mieke and Katrijn Baetens and Bart Sonck",
year = "2006",
language = "English",
volume = "VIII",
pages = "Manuscript PM 06 024",
journal = "Agricultural Engineering International: CIGR Journal",
issn = "1682-1130",
publisher = "International Commission of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering",

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RIS

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T1 - PDPA Laser-based characterisation of agricultural spray nozzles

AU - Nuyttens, David

AU - De Schampheleire, Mieke

AU - Baetens, Katrijn

AU - Sonck, Bart

PY - 2006

Y1 - 2006

N2 - Characterising agricultural sprays is a critical factor when investigating and predicting the spray drift, deposition on plants, spray coverage and biological efficacy. Hence to underpin a research project to predict spray drift, a measuring protocol to enable consistent characterisation of spray from nozzles used in agriculture using a Phase Doppler Particle Analyser (PDPA) was developed. The set-up measures droplet sizes and velocities based on light-scattering principles.It comprises a controlled climate room, a spray unit, a three-dimensional automated positioningsystem, and an Aerometrics PDPA 1D system.

AB - Characterising agricultural sprays is a critical factor when investigating and predicting the spray drift, deposition on plants, spray coverage and biological efficacy. Hence to underpin a research project to predict spray drift, a measuring protocol to enable consistent characterisation of spray from nozzles used in agriculture using a Phase Doppler Particle Analyser (PDPA) was developed. The set-up measures droplet sizes and velocities based on light-scattering principles.It comprises a controlled climate room, a spray unit, a three-dimensional automated positioningsystem, and an Aerometrics PDPA 1D system.

M3 - A2: International peer reviewed article (not A1-type)

VL - VIII

SP - Manuscript PM 06 024

JO - Agricultural Engineering International: CIGR Journal

JF - Agricultural Engineering International: CIGR Journal

SN - 1682-1130

ER -