Vibration and Shock Analysis of Fruit and Vegetables Transport -Cherry Transport from Yamagata to Taipei-
Vibration and shock data was collected using accelerometers placed in corrugated fiberboard containers of cherries transported from Yamagata, Japan to Taipei, Taiwan. Vibration during airplane transport differed from that of transport by trucks, with much high-frequency vibration and the highest peak frequency measured at 80 Hz. Vibration features of Japanese trucks differed from those of Taiwanese trucks. Cherries loaded on trucks in Yamagata and undergoing customs procedures and inspection at Narita International Airport (Narita) showed fewer shocks and lower acceleration, < 10 G. Packaged cherries loaded on planes at Narita and unloaded at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (Taoyuan) showed the highest shocks. Maximum shock acceleration of 60 G throughout transport was detected in loading at Narita. Shock acceleration during quarantine and customs procedures at Taoyuan was also high like at Narita. Cherries transported by truck in Taipei underwent a maximum shock acceleration of 20 G, exceeding that in Japan truck transport.
|作成者||ISHIKAWA Yutaka KITAZAWA Hiroaki SHIINA Takeo|
|公開者||Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences|
|権利||Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences|