Transmission Type de transmission marche avant Hydrostatique Type de transmission marche arrière Hydrostatique Nombre de vitesses en marche avant 4 vitesses Retour au sommaire. Coupe et cueilleurs Largeur de la coupe A 4,9 ou 5,5 ou 6,1 ou 6,7m Largeur de la coupe B Tapis 7,62 m, tablier variable Nombre de becs maïs A 6 ou 8 becs Broyeur de cannes de maïs Option Mode de suspension de la coupe PFC oléopneumatique Diamètre du rabatteur Réglage du régime des rabatteurs Régulé, hydrostatique Nombre de chaines du convoyeur d'alimentation 3 chaînes Type d'inversion de la rotation du convoyeur Hydraulique Retour au sommaire.
Fluid dynamics benches
Battage et séparation Diamètre du batteur 1 rotor batteur-séparateur Réglage du régime 3 plages Particularités du contre batteur 3 sections du conte-rotor Autre séparateur 1 rotor batteur-séparateur: diamètre 76,2 cm, longueur 2, m. Trémie et vis Volume de la trémie à grains l l Retour au sommaire. Pneumatiques Taille des pneus avant 32 Taille des pneus arrière en 2 roues motrices 28 Taille des pneus arrière en 4 roues motrices Option 4RM Retour au sommaire.
Contenances Capacité du reservoir lit carburant, Urée Retour au sommaire.
CASE IH Axial-Flow 6140 de 2017
Hide details. Abstract : Because of current environmental issues, some technologies are being developed to reduce the fuel consumption and to reduce the emissions of CO2. Energy recovery by means of Organic Rankine Cycles or Hirn Cycles recovery is one investigated track to answer these issues.
At present, some systems based on Organic Rankine Cycle ORC are available in industry but advanced studies are needed to allow their application in the road transport industry. A better understanding of the two-phase fluid behaviour is necessary to optimize the design models of the components containing a two-phase refrigerant. For the Organic Rankine Cycle system, the thermodynamic conditions are different to standards relevant to refrigeration or air-conditioning systems.
Indeed, the key characteristic of the ORC system is the evaporation saturation temperature. The empirical models for boiling in such conditions are limited by the experimental data on which they are based, whereas analytical and theoretical approaches are needed to advanced knowledge on the behaviour of thermohydraulic two-phase refrigerant.
This PhD thesis aims at studying the flow boiling characteristics of Rfa in a 3.
To achieve this goal, an experimental test facility was designed and built to conduct refrigerant evaporation experiments. This test facility allowed to perform flow regime visualizations, pressure drop and heat transfer measurements in minichannel. First, an image processing method for two phase flow pattern characterization was developed.
Based on this method and with the help of an adequate analysis of the heat transfer coefficient, the main flow regimes have been identified. The influence of saturation temperature on the flow patterns and their transitions has been highlighted. The second objective was to provide new experimental data concerning flow boiling heat transfer in minichannel.
Flow boiling heat transfer coefficients at such high temperature have, so to say, almost never been reported in the open literature so far. Youguang Ma 1 AuthorId : Correspondent author. Hide details. Abstract : Droplet formation and breakup dynamics in either dripping or jetting regimes in microfluidic flow-focusing devices were investigated experimentally.
More viscous liquids were dispersed into less viscous liquids in square microchannels with and mu m wide, respectively. In the dripping regime, for low viscosity ratio of both phases, the variation of the minimum width of the dispersed thread with the remaining time could be scaled as a power-law relationship with exponent related to initial conditions, and the droplet size could be correlated with the flow rate ratio of both phases and the capillary number of the continuous phase; while for high viscosity ratio of both phases, the dispersed thread experiences a linear thinning procedure, and the droplet size can be scaled with the Weber number of the continuous phase.