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Comparison and analysis of different control strategies for climate control in livestock buildings



Comparison and analysis of different control strategies for climate control in livestock buildings



Agrotique 89 Proceedings of the second international conference, Bordeaux, France, 26-28 September 1989: 155-168



A method of evaluating the influence of a control algorithm on the environment in animal housing and the corresponding energy use is presented. A model was developed for a pig house and validated in a commercial building in a 1 yr experiment. A global simulation model was developed by combining the submodels of the heating and ventilation systems, temp. sensor, animal and controller using the control algorithm and its set points as inputs.

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