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Thesis (M.S.)—University of Nebraska—Lincoln, 1964. Department of Agricultural Engineering.
The objectives of this study were: a. to apply the land locomotion soil value system to an artificial soil at three moisture levels and various compaction levels, to determine the condition that exhibited the least variance with repeated operation, b. to determine the soil conditions that exhibited the greatest stability of the soil-wheel relationships of a hard and a soft wheel, c. to determine the soil condition that showed the least variance for repeated operations.
Advisor: G. W. Steinbruegge