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10 # 1477
Impact of soil conditions on wear intensity of construction materials
10 # 1480
The quality of produced haylage as affected by the moisture content of green crop treated with microbioiogical-enzimatic additive and harvested with a rolling baler
103 # 2217
Using of the MPC type controller for convection rying process control
111 # 2457
The effect of the moisture content on mechanical properties of winter wheat grain
153 # 3633
The influence of moisture content of barley on the flaking process
16 # 768
Effect of storage duration on physical properties of rye grain
19 # 1004
Evaluating the operation quality of single-row and six-row sugar beet harvesters
21 # 503
Course of damaging seeds at mechanical harvest
64 # 722
Field studies on optical sensor for dynamic measurments of soil moisture
70 # 1189
Impact of selected extrusion process parameters on ekstrudate colors changes
71 # 1428
Effect of selected factors on seed elasticity index
71 # 1441
Effect of selected geometrical hole parameters on the flow intensity of oats grains
71 # 1440
Effect of the size and position of square hole on flow intensity of the rape seeds
77 # 34
Some strength properties of rape seeds
79 # 107
Effect of grain moisture content and temperature on energy consumption at crushing
8 # 1030
Model studies on the effects of rye grain moisture content, duration of storage and silo "slenderness" on horizontal and vertical pressures
82 # 228
Temperature changes in bean seeds heated with infrared radiation
87 # 362
Measurement of moisture content in basket willow sprouts and chips
87 # 390
Neural models for wearing of working elements in soil
88 # 429
Quality of raw product evaluated based on the degree of rape seed damage
96 # 1963
Assessment of soil moisture content spatial variability on the basis of electric conductivity maps. Part II
96 # 1960
The effect of magnetic stimulation of seeds on growth and cropping of seed pea grown at varying soil moisture content
96 # 1970
Using impedance spectrometry to measure corn grain moisture content
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