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Rheological phenomenon of the sinkage and horizontal displacement of paddy field soil and its application


, : Rheological phenomenon of the sinkage and horizontal displacement of paddy field soil and its application. Proceedings, 9th international conference of the International Society for Terrain Vehicle Systems, held in Barcelona, Spain, 31 August 4 September 1987 Volume 1: 104-111

A general rheology model to illustrate the properties of time vs. sinkage and horizontal displacement curves of a paddy field soil are presented. Rheological parameters were deduced from the model. Rheological test equipment which could be used in the laboratory and field was developed to obtain sinkage and horizontal displacement curves under a constant load.

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