THE INFLUENCE OF RANDOM TECHNOLOGICAL AND CONTROL IMPACTS ON THE PROCESS OF SEED SOWING AND MINERAL FERTILIZERSM. A. Aduov, S. N. Kapov, S. A. Nukusheva, E. Zh. Kaspakov, B. K. Tarabaev, K. G. Isenov1 and K. Volodya
This article discusses functional analysis of complex multilevel system of seed sowing and fertilizer distribution into soil. Susceptibility to the influence of random technological and control impacts on the process has been determined. Functional flowchart has been developed illustrating general approach to analysis of seed sowing comprised of agrobiological (ABS), mechanicaltechnological(MTS), technical (TS), and agrotechnological (ATS) systems which sometimes cannot be fit into single procedure and, in terms of specific targets, can be either simplified or complicated. Thus, it is recommended to analyze performances characterizing efficiency of seed sowing and fertilizer distribution into soil and then to perform functional analysis. Random impacts will characterize the efficiency, such impacts are classified as inputs. In addition, technological impacts include those which are related with peculiar features of technological procedures and classified as output performances. Control impacts are those which enables control of technological processes, determining design variables of sowing machinery UC (t) and fertilizer distributing facilities UC(t), as well as possibility to modify them U (t) using control unit (CU).
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