DYNAMIC CLIMATE CONTROL IN COMBINATION WITH AVERAGE TEMPERATURE CONTROL SAVES ENERGY IN ORNAMENTALS

@inproceedings{Ottosen2005DYNAMICCC,
  title={DYNAMIC CLIMATE CONTROL IN COMBINATION WITH AVERAGE TEMPERATURE CONTROL SAVES ENERGY IN ORNAMENTALS},
  author={Carl‐Otto Ottosen and Eva Rosenqvist and Jesper Mazanti Aaslyng and L. Jakobsen},
  year={2005}
}
Abstract In the past decades, attempts have been made to produce pot plants in dynamic environments based on models for plant growth and gas exchange aiming at a reduced energy use. The energy minimising and daylight dependent control system IntelliGrow has been developed for production of pot plants and vegetables. Its basic principles are simple, as temperature and CO2 concentration are regulated according to outdoor Photosynthetic Photon Flux Density (PPFD), based on photosynthesis models… 

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