2015
DOI: 10.1590/1807-1929/agriambi.v19n12p1209-1214
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Abstract: R E S U M OA operação de colheita mecanizada de sementes demanda que as regulagens das colhedoras sejam dinâmicas, fato que afeta diretamente a qualidade da operação e dos grãos colhidos. Desta forma, o objetivo do presente trabalho foi monitorar, em intervalos regulares de tempo, a qualidade da operação de colheita de sementes de soja realizada simultaneamente por duas colhedoras de grãos, com emprego do controle estatístico de qualidade (CEQ). O trabalho foi realizado em um campo de produção de sementes na r… Show more

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“…According to the classification by Gomes & Garcia (2002), the CV of the present study was high, possibly due to the effects of harvester, climate, plant, and soil factors, which cause high variability during data collection. High CV values have been observed by other researchers (Campos et al, 2005;Holtz & Reis, 2013;Silva et al, 2013;Loureiro Júnior et al, 2014;Cassia et al, 2015) and suggest the need for a classification that considers the specificities of the agricultural area, particularly with respect to agricultural mechanization.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 82%
“…According to the classification by Gomes & Garcia (2002), the CV of the present study was high, possibly due to the effects of harvester, climate, plant, and soil factors, which cause high variability during data collection. High CV values have been observed by other researchers (Campos et al, 2005;Holtz & Reis, 2013;Silva et al, 2013;Loureiro Júnior et al, 2014;Cassia et al, 2015) and suggest the need for a classification that considers the specificities of the agricultural area, particularly with respect to agricultural mechanization.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 82%
“…The purity test indicates how the combination of harvester and rotor rotation speeds influence mechanical damages during the harvesting operation. Cassia et al (2015) tested two similar harvesters with different cylinder clearance and rotor rotation settings and obtained purity of approximately 99% for at least of the combinations, meaning that it is possible to obtain seed lots with low rates of mechanical damage from mechanical harvesting.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…tons during soybean harvest. Losses in mechanized soybean harvesting can be caused by factors, such as the use of non-adapted cultivars, grain water content, machine settings (cylinder rotation, harvester speed, hollow opening, and cutting height), and often are caused by the lack of trained operators for this function (Cassia et al 2015). In this regard, there are many questions about the size of the frame used to collect losses during mechanized soybean harvesting.…”
Section: Loss Sampling Methods For Soybean Mechanical Harvestmentioning
confidence: 99%