Modeling of the Climate for a Greenhouse in the North-East of México

  title={Modeling of the Climate for a Greenhouse in the North-East of M{\'e}xico},
  author={Javier Leal Iga},
  journal={IFAC Proceedings Volumes},
Abstract Climate control is one of the principal reasons to use a greenhouse. The efficiency of the control depends of the precision of the model that better describes the dynamics variables inside the greenhouse. Is presented a modification of a climate model in an greenhouse in order to include the effects of: air density variations due to humidity changes, the humidity addition by nebulizers, the use of shade cloths and the use of forced ventilation. Such effects are required for greenhouses… 

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