PARAMETER CALIBRATION OF DISCRETE ELEMENT SIMULATION MODEL OF WHEAT STRAW-SOIL MIXTURE IN HUANG HUAI HAI PRODUCTION AREA
At present, there is a lack of accurate discrete element simulation model and parameters in the optimization research and development of key components such as soil contact of seedbed preparation equipment in Huang Huai Hai double cropping production area, which hinders the optimization and improvement of equipment operation effect. In this paper, the discrete element method is used to study the interaction between soil-touching components and wheat straw-soil mixture to improve the performance of equipment. Firstly, the Hertz-Mindlin with JKR Cohesion contact model is selected for the wheat straw-soil mixture to calibrate the parameters. Then, the method of combining physical test and simulation test is used to calibrate the parameters, the cylinder lifting method is used to determine the buildup angle of wheat straw soil mixture, and the Plackett-Burman screening method and the steepest climbing test are used to determine the optimal combination range of soil-straw static friction coefficient, soil-straw dynamic friction coefficient and soil-soil dynamic friction coefficient contact model parameters. Using Box-Behnken test, the regression equation of the stacking angle of wheat straw soil mixture was obtained, and the variance and interaction effect of the regression model were analysed. The regression model was used to find the optimal solution in Design-Expert software with an angle of repose of 41.23°, which yielded a soil-straw static friction factor of 0.072, a soil-straw dynamic friction factor of 0.78, and a soil-soil dynamic friction factor of 0.068, with an angle of repose error of 1.43%, indicating that the contact model parameters are reliable, and the parameters can provide a reference and theoretical basis for the study of the key components of the seedbed preparation equipment such as touching soil in the Yellow and Huaihai Sea two-maturity zone.
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