A Greenhouse climate model for night-time conditions
Tutor / directorOliva Llena, Asensio
Document typeMaster thesis
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Greenhouse climate control is extremely important in order to foster crop development and avoid plant diseases. Among the most important variables to control, there are temperature, humidity, PAR radiation and CO2, all of them are di cult to manage. This work aims to study greenhouse climate during night-time condi- tions, the same greenhouse case was analysed through a macro-element energy model (Chapter 2), a CFD (Computational Fluid dynamics) model (chapter 3) and experimental measures (chapter 4). Finally the three methods were compared and discussed (chapter 5).
DegreeMÀSTER UNIVERSITARI EN ENGINYERIA DE L'ENERGIA (Pla 2013)