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|Parts applications:||To control the agricultural UAV|
|Material:||Aluminum alloy 6061, etc.|
|Manufacturing Process:||CNC milling|
|Finish Treatment:||Anodic Oxidation（light）|
|Difficulties & Highlights：||High precision, Install no gap|
|Size||Customer's 3D/2D drawing|
|Palace of origin||Shenzhen, China (mainland)|
Agricultural drones /UAV
Agricultural drones are drones applied to farming in order to help increase crop production and monitor crop growth. Through the use of advanced sensors and digital imaging capabilities, farmers are able to use these drones to help them gather a richer picture of their fields. Information gathered from such equipment may prove useful in improving crop yields and farm efficiency.
Agricultural drones allow relief for the modern day farmer. Not even 100 years ago, horse-drawn tractors were still being used as an everyday means for the average farmer. Drone technology can cut down labour requirements and reduce resource requirements (such as fresh water and pesticides). Farmers are also able to use drones to retrieve aerial-view images of their fields; there are currently three different types of view provided to the farmer through a drone. The first is seeing the crop from a birds’ eye view; this particular view can reveal many issues such as irrigation problems, soil variation, and of course, pest and fungal infestations. The second view that is able to be received from the drones is something that known as multispectral images; these images are used to show an infrared view as well as a visual spectrum view. When these views are combined, the farmer is able to see the differences between healthy and unhealthy plants. This difference is not always clearly visible to the naked eye, so having the ability to see the crops from these views can assist the farmer with assessing crop growth, as well as crop production. Additionally, the drone can survey the crops for the farmer periodically to their liking. From a choice of weekly, daily, or to each hour, the farmer is able to use this information to show the changes in the crops over time, thus showing where there might be some “trouble spots”. This proves to be a key benefit because by identifying these trouble spots, the farmer can then attempt to improve crop management and improve the overall production of their crop.
There is a lot of room for growth with agricultural drones. With technology constantly improving, imaging of the crops will need to improve as well. With the data that drones record from the crops the farmers are able to analyze their crops and make educated decisions on how to proceed given the accurate crop information. Software programs for analyzing and correcting crop production have the potential to grow in this market. Close your eyes and imagine a farmer being able to fly a drone over their crops, be able to accurately identify an issue in a specific area, and then take the necessary actions in order to resolve the problem. Having this capability allows the farmer to, in turn, have more time to focus on the big picture of production instead of spending time surveying their crops. The drones allow for real time data to be delivered back to the user to be inspected, which for a farmer, is a huge game changer.
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Work-hardening of aluminum and its alloys
During plastic deformation: Dislocation generation and multiplication occur faster than annihilation by dynamic recovery →dislocation tangles, cells and subgrain walls →increased strength.
Solid solution elements have significant effects on work hardening in several ways;
Enhancing the rate of dislocation multiplication
Reducing the rate of recovery
Increasing the effectiveness of dislocations as barrier to metal flow.
For non-heat treatable alloys:
Strain hardening provide strength to the alloy via dislocation interaction
For heat treatable alloys:
Strain hardening may supplement the strength developed by precipitation hardening
Strength ↑ Ductility ↓
No good for application that ductility is critical.
Work-hardening curves for aluminum alloys
Note: Cold working causes an initial rapid increase in yield stress.
During tensile testing, the alloy exhibits work hardening after yielding.
Work hardening curves of annealed, recrystallised aluminum alloys can be expressed as follows:
Work hardening curves of cold-work tempers (non-heat-treatable alloy after cold work to the initial strain) can be expressed as follows:
Note: work-hardening of aluminum alloys decreases with increasing temperature.
We take the CNC machining as core technology, meanwhile, we integrate other upstream and downstream resources in our industrial chain to provide service for the customer.
We have 4 five-axis CNC, more than 30 high-speed CNC machining centers, CNC lathes, CNC carved machines, in total we have more than 50 machining equipment.
We are able to provide machining service of CNC milling, turning, engraving, cutting, tapping, drilling, etc.
Quality control & After-sale service
We will provide all documents as you need such as inspection report, material report, etc. To meet your quality requirements of products and parts.
If the parts have any quality problems when you got them, no matter it happened when we made them or caused by the delivery, we will try best to help you to solve the problems and take our part of responsibility, so you will be free from worries.