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16. Example 4 – Spray Output

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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:30 by NZTecAdmin

In this example, the goal is to work out spray output in litres per hectare for boom spray.
This is a harder example!

The boom is travelling up and down a field not in a circular motion.

In this application we know the following measurements:

  • total litres/min output from the nozzles,
  • boom width in metres,
  • the speed of the boom in km/h.

The output in litres per hectare is required to work out the amount of chemical to add to the tank. The formula that learners are given is:



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