Development of Modern Production Prototypes of Wide-Coverage Sprinkler Irrigation Equipment
G.V. Olgarenko1, S.S. Turapin2, A.I. Ryazantsev3, A.O. Antipov4
1G.V. Olgarenko, Director Professor, Doctor of Agricultural Sciences, Federal State Scientific Institution All-Russian Research Institute Raduga.
2S.S. Turapin, Ph.D. Deputy Director, Federal State Scientific Institution All-Russian Research Institute Raduga.
3A.I. Ryazantsev, Chief Researcher, Professor, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Federal State Scientific Institution All-Russian Research Institute Raduga.
4A.O. Antipov, Associate Professor, Department of OTD, TiMPO, State Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education Moscow Region “State Socio-Humanitarian University.
Manuscript received on 28 September 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 10 November 2019 | Manuscript Published on 22 November 2019 | PP: 884-889 | Volume-8 Issue-6S3 September 2019 | Retrieval Number: F11550986S319/19©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.F1155.0986S319
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Abstract: Creating effective irrigation systems requires solving the dialectic problem: selecting high-performance equipment and irrigation technology that takes into account the rational water and energy use requirements and maximum adaptation to the region of their application ensuring environmental safety, preserving and increasing the fertility of irrigated soils. The fundamental is the principle of maximum adaptation of sprinkling equipment to specific soil, climatic and relief conditions, taking into account the environmental indicators acceptable for a particular landscape. In the period from 2015, development work on the reconstruction of domestic wide-coverage sprinklers in the Russian Federation was resumed. Over this short period, a number of companies went from developing working design documentation for prototype models of preproduction series of sprinkler machines to conducting state acceptance tests confirming the status of a Russian manufacturer to their active introduction in irrigated areas of domestic agricultural producers. When developing a number of models of sprinkler machines, the FSBI All-Russian Research Institute “Raduga” took an active part in their designing and in experimental work, development of technical documentation and support for conducting state tests; they are that were considered in this article. All samples were developed on the basis of the conditions of compliance with modern agrotechnical requirements, namely, when watering, artificial precipitation should form in its structure close to natural rains with a droplet diameter of 0.8-1.2 mm and an intensity of up to 0.25 mm / min. with a uniform distribution over area not less than 0.8. Testing of the samples was carried out by the Federal State Institution “Vladimir State Zone Machine Testing Station” in accordance with “ STO AIST 11.1-2010. Sprinkling machines and installations. Methods for assessing functional indicators”, and also related standard and regulatory documents. The tests passed allowed us to obtain positive protocols of state acceptance tests with recommendations on putting in serial production or putting in production after implementing the corrections.
Keywords: Wide-Coverage-Sprinkler Irrigation Machines, Design Documentation, Tests, Protocol, Sprinkling, Modernization.
Scope of the Article: Production