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2006, vol. 31, iss. 4, pp. 87-97
The influence of scientific-technological and industrial revolution on early development of agricultural engineering
aUniversity of Belgrade, Faculty of Agriculture
bPoljoprivredna škola 'Josif Pančić', Pančevo
Although the early applications of the agricultural mechanization can be dated in the I century b.c., the intensive use of the machines in agriculture started in the XIX century, as a result of the scientific and technical development. Taking this into account in this article the influence of scientific revolution and industrialization on agricultural engineering has been presented.
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