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Physical properties of 14 cultivars of cereal grains at moisture contents of 12.7 and 16.4% wet-mass basis and 17 cultivars of oilseeds at a moisture content of 8.1% were measured. For several crops, bulk and kernel densities were significantly different among cultivars. Compacted bulk densities obtained by dropping the seeds 2.7mwere greater by up to 15% (for Harmon oats) than the densities measured by the standard method used by the Canadian Grain Com mission. Ranges of emptying angles of repose within a crop were as high as22-34
physical properties of cereal and oilseed cultivars grown in western canada
Muir, W.E. and R.N. Sinha 1988. PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF CEREAL AND OILSEED CULTIVARS GROWN IN WESTERN Canada. Canadian Agricultural Engineering 30(1):51-56.
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