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Krissadang Sookramoon*, Natsima Tokhun, Weerawat Ounsaneaha and Pannraphat Takolpuckdee


The development of a sugarcane leaf cutter machine with a size of 1.8×1.8×0.78 meters that uses power from a 13-hp gasoline engine to transmit power to the reduction gear to change the direction of rotation and transfer power to the ball pulley was conducted at Valaya Alongkorn Rajabhat University. The sugar cane leaf cutter is attached to the cardstock and works in a rotating manner. The blade is a grass cutter tendon. The blade set was placed on a trailer towed by a 13-horsepower agricultural multi-purpose vehicle. In the test, the area was used for an area of 0.80 × 50 meters (sugarcane leaf cutting width × distance) using the speed of the engine at 1,500, 2,000, 2,500, and 3,000 rpm, respectively. Expending forward gears while the car has speeds of 3 and 5 km/h and use the speed of the sugarcane pruning machine at 700, 840, 900, and 1,000 rpm. The test results at a vehicle speed of 3 km/h showed that the rotational speed of the sugarcane pruning machine gear shaft was 700 rpm and the engine speed was 1,500 rpm, which yielded a theoretical capacity of 1.5 rai per hour. The Acquired capacity to actually work was 1.1 rai per hour and achieved 73.3 percent field efficiency. When increasing the speed of the sugarcane pruning machine and the engine, the EFC (Actual Working Capacity) and EFF (Field Working Efficiency) values increased with the speed. The average fuel consumption of a tractor was 210 ml/50 m. and the average fuel consumption of a sugarcane leaf cutter machine was 375 ml/50 m. Gasohol 91 was used as a test fuel.

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