Tutor / director / evaluatorDuarte, Abel; Ferreira, Fernando; Santos Silva, Manuel; Malheiro, Maria Benedita; Ribeiro, Maria Cristina; Ferreira, Paulo; Barbosa Guede, Pedro
Document typeBachelor thesis
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Over recent years the research and development for aquaponics has received increased attention due to its possibilities in helping reduce strain on resources within 1st and 3rd world countries. Aquaponics is the combination of hydroponics and aquaculture and mimics a natural environment in order to successfully apply and enhance the understanding of natural cycles within an indoor process. By using this knowledge of natural cycles it is possible to create a system with the capabilities similar to that of a natural environment with the benefits of electronic adaptions to enhance the overall efficiency of the system. This paper covers our solution to this opportunity involving overall design, the technology involved and what benefits it could bring to the current market.
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