The REGIM project, developed by a team of recently graduated ASPers of 17th cycle and presented at the last ASP Day, represents an innovative solution to the challenges faced by the agricultural sector. By introducing regenerative dampers into agricultural machines, the project aims to increase their efficiency, reduce their energy consumption, and minimize their environmental impact. This is a promising development that can potentially transform the agricultural industry and contribute to a more sustainable future.
The REGIM project aims to bring an innovative regenerative damper into the agricultural sector. A damper is a device that suppresses vibrations and dissipates their energy in the form of heat. In the case of the agricultural sector, dampers are used to reduce the vibrations generated by agricultural machines, such as tractors and harvesters.
The REGIM project proposes the use of a regenerative damper, which is able to recover the kinetic energy of the vibrations and convert it into readily usable electric energy. This energy can then be used to power other components of the agricultural machine, reducing the overall energy consumption of the machine and increasing its efficiency.