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Int J of Advanced Design and Manufacturing Technology
Soil compaction under tractors tires is becoming a major concern as larger machines are being used in recent years. The heavy duty off-road machines particularly those related to agricultural practices drastically compact the soil causing higher energy consumption and lower yield. The size and form of the tire and soil interaction as well as soil type are important in stress distribution. The objective of this study was to develop a model for soft soil responding to tire pressure and axel loadfatcat:36t6wsh7vzbdxeruxd6rb6xi6m